ANSWERS: 44
  • It seems to me the closer you get to New York and Chicago the more rude drivers you get.
  • I've never been anywhere where rude people predominated.
  • Answerbag. But most people here are lovely!
  • There are quite a few on answerbag!, current company excluded of course:)
  • Houston, I found the larger the city, the more uptight and rude the people are.
  • I know this isn't the question but I thought it notable that in Hawaii there are as few rude people as I've seen anywhere. It's like growing up in paradise makes you as naturally laid back as you might think.
  • on chat lines some people really know how to hurt a girls feelings : (
  • I went to a Mongolian Cuisine restaurant in Durango, Colorado, and the waiters and waitresses were the rudest people I have ever met in my life. Not to mention an empty buffet.
  • A Georgia middle school.
  • I went to this amusement park once that had some very rude people, but they turned out to be rude dummies made out of a highly realistic plastic polymer, rather than the "Real" rude people I had expected. I've found that you don't need to go anywhere in particular to locate some very rude people, they tend to just sort of pop up out of the ground whenever you're in a bad mood, and are apparently bent on aggravating you to the point that you are left with no choice but to beat them sharply across the face with the largest book you can find. Speaking of which, excuse me for a moment,<Leans over and picks up hardcover volume of the Encyclopedia Britanica off of floor.> that person who just drove by the Hummer is really asking for it...
  • Germany. To me, some Germans seem really rude, pushy and self centred swine. Not all, some.
  • Inside a private catholic school. I expeceted everyone there to be really religious and quiet, but when that guy stuck out the middle finger, and the others wouldn't listen to me talk, boy was that a surprise. Real rude people.
  • Paris, It is such a beautiful city and the Parisiennes on average are so rude Also in Lagos, Nigeria, I found the people very arrogant and rude.
  • Florida when i was there on holiday i found the people a bit offish and moreso in the supermarkets the assistants never smiled,never said thankyou or please was very disappointed on how rude they were.
  • im with sandra
  • Prison.
  • At sports events. There are certain folks who think that just because they paid the price of admission, it gives them the right to forget about human decency. You know... The ones who must make rude arses of themselves and shout the F-Word at the top of their lungs in front of women & children,or the drunk obnoxious slobs who slobber and spill beer over other spectators.I don't care if you are an owner courtside, or are seated in the crows nest, It gives you no right to be a rude arse !!
  • The theology question section of AB
  • most places.
  • oh, RUDE people. i thought it said nude. well, nevermind.
  • Barns and Nobel bookstore in Lafayette, Louisiana.
  • Hello Gospelgirl, :-) I've come across some on here, but usually most are nice.
  • Boston, a couple of Naval ships, and certain topics here on AB.
  • DMVs around the world- But those same folks can be really nice when they aren't working.
  • There seems to be a fair few religious ones right here on ab.. but that's okay, I guess they gotta be somewhere :)
  • Virginia, especially Hampton Roads area southern New England, but I think they're proud of it ;) Driving on the roads in Boston, New Bedford etc.
  • Indianapolis Indiana for reasons too long to get into here...But not only rude but stupid!
  • the taco bell down the street
  • McDonald's.
  • When I first came to Canada, Montreal was a terribly rude city, if you didn't speak french. Once I learned to speak it, (or at least attempt it), they were alot friendlier. I was told by a friend of mine who lives there that so long as you attempt to speak french first, (being that it's the first language there,) they are more than willing to help you, but speaking english right off the bat is considered rude. (I'm Scottish, so they have to know that I'm not a local, though...you figure they'd cut me some slack).
  • When I get in my car,and get out on the road,I would see terrible and aggressive car drivers every time.People's personalities change and because they are surrounded by metal they somehow feel themselves invincible.
  • Chicago, and parts of Tennessee. Edit; don't know how I was feeling so generous as to leave out Milwaukee, seeing as I got maced in the face by a road-rager who went off on me and didn't see the dumb bimbo in front of me is why we both hadta swerve.
  • Unemployment office, sheesh they act like your taking out of their pockets when you've been laid off.
  • The entire West side of Portland, OR.
  • New York, Chicago, Montreal
  • Valle, AZ. Last weekend. Bah!
  • Planned Parenthood. The right wing religious nutbags hang out in front with their phony signs and browbeat women who are trying to exercise their constitutionally granted right to choice.I've participated in blockades where we try to keep the right wingers from getting into the clinic, and they even went so far as BITING MY ANKLES to try and get me to break the line so they could dash past...They'll stop at nothing, those evil, hateful ignorant homophobes. My boyfriend and I used to make out at clinic defense actions, because the right wingers would bring their kids, and when we made out, it would gross them out so badly that they would leave...it never failed to amuse us...
  • School and the store. There are a lot of polite and nice people at those two places, though. Sometimes you end up running into the occasional grouch. Hopefully they just woke up on the wrong side of the bed and aren't naturally like that. I'd rather them be rude to me than to someone else. Oh yeah.... another thing to add. There have been rude teenage drivers that have gotten on my nerves..... yelling, hanging out of the back of vehicles, putting the music in their car on so loud that you can hear it a street away acting like they're so cool. They give the good teenage drivers a bad reputation. That's just so not cool. Yeah, I don't really care if I'm a teenager. That is just what I think! Bus stops also has some pretty rude people that hang out there. Not everyone!
  • Fairfield County, Connecticut. Bergen County, New Jersey.
  • France is the ONLY country I went to where the people were total a**holes!!
  • A specific town in New Jersey
  • While I absolutely love NYC, people aren't too shy about telling you how they feel.
  • The DMV. Couple snippy employees with frustrated and impatient people and it gets ugly.
  • Canada, and South Carolina

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