I don’t know whether it’s just me or it is actually unethical. These things have happened since way I was a kid, but yesterday it went deep into my mind. Me and my family went to meet up with my dad’s friend along with his family. My dad’s friend, the man, said to me in front of everyone, “Oh my…you’re very skinny…do you eat?”. Then their family looked at each other and giggled. Do I eat?? No, Sir, I don’t. That’s why I’m alive now. Strike 1. Anyway, I laughed as well just to look cool. Then, the man just couldn’t stop talking, that he said to my brother, “Look at your sister…tell her to eat…she’s so skinny…”. Strike 2. Wow. I then thought, if I become a parent someday, insya Allah, and meet my friend’s children, I promise, that I would never ever say those kinda things. Maybe it (looks) normal, for the parent, for the rest of the crowd to hear that and laugh all together as if it’s damn funny. But for the object of the joke, it’s…painful. I just can’t believe, that someone can actually meet a new person, and immediately smack the person with the words of, let’s say, “Hi, you’re fat”. I mean, helloooo?? And yet they think it’s funny. Haha.