This Rude Mother Mocks A Stranger For Being 'Dirty' So He Clapped Back On Facebook

by Kailee

We are told that we should never judge a book by its cover, and yet, many in society still do. Andy Ross, from Vancouver, was out running some errands when he overheard an extremely rude and judgemental comment about his character. Upon entering the store, he noticed that a young girl was staring at him, most likely because he was quite dirty from a long day at work on a construction site.

The young girl and her mother were in front of Andy when checking out. The girl was still staring. Upon getting ready to leave, he saw the girl's mother pointed, who then quietly said to her daughter, "that is why you need to stay in school". 

After overhearing this, Andy decided to confront the woman. He later posted an open letter to her over Facebook. There were several things about Andy that they didn't know. And now, his letter has gone viral.

Andy Ross, from Vancouver, is an educated and hardworking man, engaged to his girlfriend, Jenna, and father to his beautiful son.

After receiving an extremely judgemental comment from a woman at the store, Andy decided to write an open letter to her on Facebook.

Andy wrote, “First, I happen to be a very educated dirty man. I not only have a high school diploma, I also have a college degree and many medical certifications."

“Secondly, if you are telling your daughter to stay in school because I have tattoos up and down my arms, that will actually suppress her creativity and potentially hinder her imagination as she develops,” he continues.

The tattoos are "a representation of my pride in my country and my service over multiple combat tours as a special operations medic.”

“I happen to co-own Evergreen State Outdoors and am proud to own an outdoors company and support my rights to hunt and responsibly be a gun owner.”

“Finally, I chose to work in a construction industry. I am proud to say that I am apart of building America and I enjoy my job everyday.”

Andy continues to write, “I tried working a desk job when I got out of the service and it wasn’t for me... I make good money, have benefits, and am able to provide for my family without issue.”

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