Rude mom tells daughter ‘We don’t talk to dirty bikers’ – biker’s response goes viral

Many individuals continue to judge books by their covers, even though we know this is incorrect.

There are still a lot of people who are quick to judge someone by their appearance. Although it is wrong, people often make snap judgments based just on their initial impressions.

Luc Perreault is well-versed in this area. Luc is accustomed to people assuming things about him before they’ve even met him because he weighs 280 pounds and wears conventional motorcycle clothes. He went into Tim Hortons one day to get a coffee. He met a woman there who was with her small daughter.

The young girl was the one who came up to greet him, but her mother swiftly seized her when she did.

Thought it was an odd response, Luc realized what was going on when he heard the mother declare, “We don’t talk to dirty bikers,” a few moments later.

It goes without saying that this surprised Luc. He found it incomprehensible that the woman’s physical appearance would make her decide he wasn’t suitable to speak with her daughter. He sent a strong remark on Facebook after experiencing damaged feelings.

“To the family that was at Tim Horton’s today in the red SUV,

I’m a large, 280-pound guy who loves motorbikes and has a lot of tattoos. I work as a welder, and I’m loud, drink beer, swear, and have a gaze that makes you think I’d devour your soul if you looked at me the wrong way.

You’re not aware that I have been married for 11 years, that my children call me “Daddy,” that I graduated from college, that my mother is proud of me and tells everyone how fortunate she is to have such a beautiful son, and that my nieces and nephews always enjoy seeing me, Miss Luc.

I wept more than my daughter did when she fractured her arm. I go out of my way to thank military veterans, I read literature, I lend a helping hand, and I even cried at Armageddon.

Because of this, even though you hurt my feelings, keep in mind that the “dirty biker would be the first person to run into your burning house to save your little girls goldfish so she wouldn’t be sad!!!!” the next time I smile and say hello to your little girl and you grab her and say, “No no dear we don’t talk to dirty bikers.”

It should come as no surprise that since Luc shared his tale online in 2013, it has received a lot of attention. The article has been featured on other news websites and has received over 4,000 shares on Facebook. It’s still being shared globally seven years later, and I think that’s fantastic.

The story’s lesson is straightforward. Never form opinions about someone before having a proper conversation and meeting them. It’s true what our mother always said: you shouldn’t judge a book by its cover.

Tears well up in my eyes as I read this; it’s such a deep message, and I feel sorry for those who are so narrow-minded and pass judgment on others without knowing anything about them.

It’s never acceptable to judge someone before getting to know them, so if you believe Luc had good reason to be offended, please share this post!Share Luc’s benevolent message.

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