There was a guy at the supermarket that refused to follow safety rules, ugh, the way he talked to staff was bad and it ultimately ended with the Typical Karen line....(can you guess what it is?) This dude shouts”I WANNA SPEAK TO YOUR MANAGER!!”” This guy was acting like... a KAREN. I pointed this out to my mate, who corrected me to tell me that men could not be “Karen’s”Now I’m desperate to hear the internet’s opinion on thisI would be less convinced that I’m right if this dude had refrained from the most cliched Karen line that had ever karenned a Karen. i was reminded of this when a dude on here assured us that they could not be a Karen because they are only 15. Surely, “Karen” isnt reserved to just one age and gender (it may have derived from a particular group, let’s face it, middle aged woman do make up a huge %of Karen’s out there, as well as inspiring the term from the beginning)however, to me, it’s the attitude overall.. not limited only to a haircut? You wouldnt go up to Mary Berry and label her a Karen, would you? She fits the gender and age range, but she’s not a Karen, right? Far too sweet and pleasant, plus probably never gets out enough to ever feel the need to talk to anyone’s manager. haha, it sounds like I’ve got beef with the Karen label. Funnily enough, I haven’t yet been called a Karen (at least not to my face) perhaps cause I’m a guy? I just don’t like that bitches think they safe, impervious to the label. If you act like a stupid little Karen, I’m calling you a Karen. I hold no prejudice on what you look like. and if you catch me acting like a stupid little Karen, I would want you to call me out too....teeheeImagine if all replies are all just you lot calling me out for the Karen-ness of this post? I CAN SEE IT tooPlease let this happen, that would round off this post quite nicely I reckon take away my Karen-ginity As always, it’s a rant, not a personal attack on anyone who’s name is actually Karen. peace and love vigyaa Best wishes, Ka...ra...William.