So, I walk my dog on the streets. It seems universal (at least in Korea and USA) that random people like to make barking noises at my dog. I don’t understand it, but whatever.
I never heard any cat calls or anything like that from Koreans or even strangers yelling things at me from their cars. In USA, I’ve had a few people whistle but not much else. Today, however, I clearly heard something yelled at me (seeing as how there was just one car passing and I was the only person on the street). So what lovely words did I hear?
um…thanks? I’ll put that on my to-do list.
There was quite a lot of anger/hate in words that I think should be words of encouragement. After all, it was definitely a guy who uttered it, and I have met very few guys who would try to dissuade a girl from said actions.
So, thank you, Mr. American male for reminding of the open vulgarity that exists in American culture.