So I’m sure y’all have had interactions with non-gun people that made you laugh - share your stories? here’s mine:
I was in Southern California at a gas station filling up my old truck. The fellow on the other side of the pump was super chatty, asked how my day was going, commented on the weather, told me about his plans for the weekend. Clearly a friendly outgoing guy. At one point, he asked me about the sticker in my truck window - it says “SWPL” surrounded by palm trees and a sunset.
Him: “What does SWPL stand for?”
Me: “South-West Pistol League”
He literally JUMPED back three feet, stuck his arms straight out like he was holding back a crowd, and yelled “GUN PEOPLE!”
He looked like this —>>
I about bust out laughing but managed to keep my calm friendly demeanor and just kept chatting like nothing had happened…
Me: “It’s a lot of fun, very safe group too. We have families who come out and bring their kids. we roast hotdogs and practice safe shooting and… < blah blah > …”
By the time he was done pumping I’d talked him in back in about half of that 3 feet.
but OMGosh seriously. He jumped three whole feet straight back!
I’m still chuckling.
so what’s your story?