This Guy Learned The Hard Way Not To Honk At Granny…

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Most of us know the importance of respecting our elders.

You should listen more (listening more than speaking to an elder’s words is important because their words come from a place with many, many, many years of experience). Be Polite (do not interrupt them, and don’t address them by their first name unless they have given you permission. Use sir or ma’am).

Of course, remember to show them respect and appreciation. You can accept there will be some differences in attitudes and opinions because of a gap in generations; however, it’s important to remember that cultural norms and expectations change across generations. Things that seem perfectly normal to you may seem unthinkable to someone two generations older than you and vice versa. Still, in the end, always be respectful to anyone you come across who has been around for a few decades.

But it looks this impatient Mercedes driver misplaced his manners.

Watch him get what he deserves! Hilarious!

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