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    • Not taking sides but why do you need a hat indoors
      dascrasy 26 oct
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    • It was probably cause taking off your hat was a sign of not being in a hurry and staying a while, and people cared more about manners then
      Fish4 26 oct
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    • No fedoras, take a shower
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    • If you don't take a hat off in my house while eating then your not welcome, just disrespectful
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    • How shit are your grandparents people? My boomers are polite as fuck to everyone sound like you just come from trash....
      dectseven 27 oct
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    • ACB is confirmed.
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    • By verbally berate he means making the waiter/waitress get the order right instead of settling for shit service
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    • do you guys live without a roof since you wear hats indoors
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    • How about take your hat off and be nice to the waitress showing the boomer who's better?
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    • I take my hat off but i dont yell at the waiters
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    • There used to be a set of moral codes and ethics we used to abide by in the US. You were top manners right from wrong the Golden rule ever since they took God out of schools every generation seems to be teaching their kids less and less about proper manners and etiquette
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    • Shadded glasses I can understand because you look like a douch plus could be creepily staring, but hats? I'm wearing the hat because it makes me feel and look good with my outfit. So I should be allowed to wear it indoors at a restaurant.
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    • Hey, millennial here. I’m kind to waiters. Aight. Peace.
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    • i take my hat off just because
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    • because traditionally the brims of most hats will obscure your face when looking down at your meal. This is considered rude, since you're supposed to be looking your family/friends/etc in the eyes when speaking to them. It doesn't need any definitive logical reason, it's just a symbol of courtesy.
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    • This meme is retarded
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    • If i went through the extra trouble just to put on a fucking hat, im going to wear my fucking hat.
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    • my gramma is the nicest lady i've ever met
      Kasagure 27 oct
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    • Never understood the “No hats on inside” rule. WTH! Like that makes no sense. It’s a piece of clothing. So what!?
      CapnPunch 27 oct
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    • Damn. Didn't know so many people cared about a fucking hat being worn at a table. Grow up pussies. If you get offended by someone wearing a damn hat at a table. Then you don't have the room to be calling other generations or whatever weaklings. Dumb asses
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    • Why does a hat matter? I don't even wear them bur it sounds stupid that it matters if you have a hat inside, at least in today's world.
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    • Why does a hat matter? I don't even wear them bur it sounds stupid that it matters if you have a hat inside, at least in today's world.
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    • It feels weird to eat with a hat
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    • Some people feel a gesture of kindness replaces the need to be actually kind
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    • If that's disrespectful then at my house girls gonna have to start taking their clothes off to not offend me
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    • In my time serving food, I can admit that the shittiest age group was all of them and the nicest was all of them. It’s almost as if being shitty and being nice doesn’t have an age restriction. Neither was more than the other.
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    • You know what else I find weird even though it was normal for the times? Putting your coat on a puddle, so a lady can walk across. You must be outta your hoe mind if you think I'm gonna lay the coat with my rep colors on the wet ass ground. Walk around it.
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    • Damn is everyone on this app like an edgy 16 year old
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    • Autauga 27 oct
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    • Bruh I worked at an Arby’s for like a month and I fucking quit because I was so tired of people treating me like I wasn’t human.
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    • Why is taking your hat off inside controversial now, God
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    • Aww poor waitress. Was that boomer mean to you because you couldn’t do your one simple job bringing food from the kitchen to the table?
      Vanned 29 oct
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    • They do it because she’s a woman and is probably doing something wrong.
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    • Taking your hat off inside is a military tradition that's been passed down since WWI. The reasoning behind it is that if you were under cover (3 walls and a roof) you were safe and could remover your helmet.
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    • I don't take my hat off for like fast food or even restaurants like chilis or applebees, places like that. I DO take it off when entering someone elses home, eating a meal at a dinner table, and when a lady enters the room.
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    • *This generation in 40 years* "you know your grandpa was a real warrior. He fought on the streets for equality after a black man was nooned by police" "ohhhh what did he do?". "Oh he looted and then burned down family owned local businesses, you know....for justice"
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    • God i fuckin hate people like this. "I dont yell at servers...i just rant online and give horrible reviews to places." Its like the leaving the plates stacked and shit yall complain about yet will place shit all over a store in the wrong spot because you dont want to buy it anymore.
      oatneal89 28 oct
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    • But then kids now don't understand that it's respectful to stop for funerals
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    • My grandparents did the opposite of part 2. Gramps takes his hat off. Gets wrong order and either eats it or politely mentions it wasn't right (something like he ordered pancakes not waffles or chicken and not hamburgers not "it has mustard") when berated for being picky just apologizes for troubles
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    • And look where we are now... surrounded by a bunch of disrespectful entitled assholes. A little respect goes a long way. Too bad dipshits like you will never understand that.
      Wracwulf 28 oct
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    • There has never been a funny meme with the word boomer or Karen in it
      MemeCandy 28 oct
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    • Boomers will take their hat off indoors and then be respectful to people that deservere it, you don't have a right to be a fucking retard and not get berated for it.
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    • Damn people really be crying over a hat
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    • Yes to both of these :(
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    • Obviously a formal hat is allowed inside but a casual hat in a non-casual setting bad manners. A classic show of respect is shown in the way you dress wearing a casual hat has a connotation of distrustfulness when worn in a situation for which it has no tangible function.
      eoneon 27 oct
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    • Ah yes, love millennial genz superiority complex memes.
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    • GO PACK GO
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    • Taking a hat of in someone else’s home or establishment is a sign or respect. Adding to google: it’s from medieval times when knights took off their helmet to show their face as a sign of trust and respect
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    • Millennials and gen z think boomers are pure evil, while they themselves are capable of doing no wrong
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    • That's cuz boomers caught hands of they didn't do what they were told, and no one gave a damn what they thought, until you could be if service you were a burden
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    • Americans have no culture, no tradition and this is why they don't find meaning and end up suiciding.
      Sayak 27 oct
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    • Cringe
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    • the same kinda people that say this are the kind of people that will try to ruin someone's life because they voted for a republican
      pcwl97 27 oct
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    • Bruh its called table etiquette a more common one is chewing with your mouth closed.
      Codpiece 27 oct
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    • Gen Z is gonna either save or completely destroy society
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    • "don't put your elbows on the table, it's rude." Okay SHARON I think my elbows are bothering the staff a bit less than your 15 sperate requests for the wine list even though they don't have one and your belligerent insulting of the cook over your food.
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    • This post fills me with rage. Wearing a hat at the dinner table is rude depending on the occasion. Also I’m southern and my family’s pretty traditionally southern so we’re all about respect, and if we have an issue with the waitstaff we usually tip like 10% instead of 20%, including my grandparents
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    • I use to argue to my grandparents that I continue to wear my hat inside because I use it as a fashion accessory and not a tool lol
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    • You people saying its from some past reason are missing the point. Nothing about hats indoors = disrespectful. It's just somebody wearing a hat because they want to wear a hat. Theres no unwritten "rules" or hidden messages behind it. If you take it as a disrespect, they probably couldn't care less.
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    • Did anybody else’s parents have a “no singing at the table” rule
      Spira 27 oct
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    • I don't wear a hat at the table either way. But I do make a point of having good manners to waitresses and waiters
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    • Savme with putting your elbows on the table. Like calm down, people don't care
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    • Typical zoomer shit, no self awareness, no respect, and rabid hate for boomers
      Mobius 27 oct
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    • Teaching your kids not to act like disrespectful assholes to ppl working would be a better thing to put effort in. Looks matter less than actions imo, and traditionally old ppl think the reverse where appearance matters a lot. I’d rather my kids “look” disrespectful than actually BE disrespectful
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    • Hat/helmets/head gear outside of religious wear are for protection from the elements or combat. Keeping it on in someone’s house tells them that you feel unsafe or that they are incapable of providing protection. Hence the sign of disrespect.
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    • Millenials will call boomers rude and then scream at someone for wearing a MAGA hat
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    • I'm eating rn so I can post my Darius memes currently
      Yakurash 27 oct
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    • God forbid anyone have manners. Let’s just fling our shit at each other and call it a day.
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    • Ifunny: Karens get offended by everything. Also Ifunny: A hat?! At my dinner table?! Disrespectful bastard. Have you know no manners?!
      memeg0djr 27 oct
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    • If you can give me a good, valid reason as to how its disrespectful, then maybe i'll be more open minded
      Mithrael 27 oct
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    • Taking your hat off shows respect, same reason for the anthem, moment of silence, and lastly, funerals
      Teachers 27 oct
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    • Yes boomers are awful says a generation burning down buildings and crying in the street because orange man bad.
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    • So.... Here's the reason why wearing a hat indoors is disrespectful: Because for years we have been told it is disrespectful. Therefore, it is ingrained in our minds to be offended by it. All cultures have these sorts of things. It is "group think" - bad because everyone is told it is bad.
      Cory88 27 oct
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    • And still no one can explain why you should take your hat off when you eat. Instead of taking off your hat signifying “I’m staying a while” you can just say it. Some people get irked by the dumbest fucking things.
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    • I only take my hat off during the national anthem everything else can suck a dick
      DaddySage 27 oct
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    • Interesting, seems like there are a lot of angry boomers on iFunny 😳
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    • And then hate blacks, jews, gays, women, their wives, their lives, their jobs, their children, but they take their hats off so
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    • not me nor my stepdad take out hats off and my grandparents don’t care
      COVID_19 27 oct
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    • Why is it disrespectful?
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    • Boomers? My mother is Gen X and you wear a hat in her house and you either remove it or remove yourself. Same rules for my home too
      Nfruits 27 oct
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    • Xeshi 27 oct
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    • Today's generation gets mad if you don't know their make believe words
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    • Many of you guys clearly are unaware of the history of Baby Boomers, because there was an entire 5 years where a decent amount of them did exactly this.
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    • People in the comments really defending boomers berating food service workers because they assume people just trying to get by are lower than them. Yall really are something
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    • I notice a lot of people saying not to wear hats indoors and that's it's rude... can anyone give me one solid reason why?
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    • Damn those Boomers and their... manners!
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    • your brain on cultural subversion
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    • Lmao notice all these mfs saying that its rude to have a hat on but no one can give an actual reason for it
      BigWall 27 oct
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    • My generation is just a bunch of pussy snowflakes tho
      pigles1 27 oct
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    • Oh you dumbasses and your tag words. Not to mention a total misunderstanding of what respect is.
      jimthar 27 oct
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    • And then make fun of someone for their personal life choices
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    • Boomers also have a good chance they were military where you do NOT wear your hat indoors. Not a bunch of whiny "i don't have to" and "but I dont wanna" crybaby beeches.
      DevilzLS 27 oct
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    • The retards calling baby boomers “unnecessary weight” are the same retards who would’ve hated them for fighting in Vietnam
      _Hans 27 oct
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    • I feel bad for our generation. We’re being taught that everything can be anything and we’re not even allowed to make jokes about it. And people are just too stupid to realise it
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    • Shots are being fucking fired in these comments
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    • It comes from a time where you only had your hat on when you’re about to leave. So having your hat on during dinner is pretty much saying “your food isn’t even good enough for me to get comfortable.”
      Sword45 27 oct
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    • ooh piece of fabric on head rude cuz eat
      Sunshyn 27 oct
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    • I take my hat off at the table, and I’m friendly to the staff, unlike some of my friends, who happen to do neither.
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    • Every generation is shit
      Dead_Account 27 oct
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    • Lol, then there’s our generation who are nice to waiters but tells people on the internet to noon themselves for having a different opinion.
      Jeb4444 27 oct
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