Mean Yarn Nazi Lady Owner "Those aren't to be played with! I can't sell them if they are broken!"
Me: "Well if your yarn is that easily "broken" then I don't want your yarn. I want good quality yarn and if yours is such poor quality I will take my business elsewhere!"
or Me option #2 , "I'm surprised you sell anything at all with your rudeness!!!!"
or Me option # 3-I grab a handful of yarn and chuck it in her face! hehehe, just kidding ;)
Ok...maybe neither one of those are really good zingers. Speaking of zingers....I'm really sad hostess shut down...anyways...I digress. Do you ever feel like Meg Ryan in "You've Got Mail"? Not knowing what to say in the moment when someone is so rude and then later kicking yourself because you have now thought of what could have been the perfect "put them in their place" comment? I don't know...maybe it's better that I took the so called "high road" and didn't say anything. But I am still mad at myself for not saying at least something. What say you on the subject?? Any good zingers I could have said?? Would I have regretted it if I did say something?
Anyways, I ended up going to a different yarn shop with delightful and sweet ladies. I ended up telling them about my earlier experience with the Yarn Nazi, and they were far too familiar with her. She said that she hates children and one time she slapped a little girls hand for touching her yarn. The little girls mom went to the police station to press charges and the officer said "O her-we have a whole file on her". Yikes! So steer clear from the Yarn Nazi!....maybe I should write her a letter? No Carly let it go....let it go....
Oh, E and I also made THESE bad boys. O...my...yumminess