So, once again, people don’t believe me. Last time, I said I encountered a shoplifter in a Tesco Express. People don’t believe me, either.
I cannot agree more that these little incidents were just so unexpected and unreal.
But they did happen to me. They just did.
So, please don’t say things like I’m making up stories.
Again, if I want to make up stories to get myself famous or get myself invited to an interview on BBC, I will definitely make up stories a lot more serious and severe than bumping into a shoplifter in a Tesco Express or having people staring at me discussing my ethnicity.
I didn’t assume or say they’re White British.
But as you have mentioned, there are higher chances of bumping into other European migrants than British locals in big cities like London, Birmingham, Manchester, etc.
Who knows why they are so unprofessional?
That’s a question you should ask them or their manager, not me. I also want to know why they haven’t been fired yet.
British or not, I think it’s more about their past experiences and backgrounds.
If they are from the small towns or countrysides where there are hardly any non-White-European-looking residents nearby, then it’s inevitable that they don’t have that kind of multicultural mindset built inside them.