Or maybe he's upset that you're taking his picture without his permission
@Tsaltydog, you don't need someone's permission to take a picture of them in a public place. I never really understood the people who get offended by that.
@Rumble, you dont need permission by law buddy. Still disrespectful. I can call you a cvnt legally all day, but its still rude.
@Rumble, your logic is rather silly it’s like saying you’re allowed to follow a random person around at night on the streets to their destination as long as you don’t do anything other then follow them around and don’t actually go in their house after them. It’s creepy and rude, while not illegal to follow people around it doesn’t mean you should do it. Sure my example is a bit more extreme but both are invasions of privacy and things that only creeps do.
He just wants to get a better view of the music
He’s just frustrated that you use them incorrectly after he made them.
No, that's just his Resting Asian Businessman Stereotype Face