Middle-aged women always shoot me dirty looks because of my outfits but I don’t care, I feel sorry for them | The Sun

Middle-aged women always shoot me dirty looks because of my outfits but I don’t care, I feel sorry for them | The Sun


A WOMAN has confessed to getting 'glared' at by middle-aged women because of her outfits.

Kendall Hoyt, from the US, posted a video of herself on TikTok calling out the women and giving them a taste of their own medicine.

Posting to her account, King Kendall, she demonstrated some of the outfits that have seemingly caused older women to give her dirty looks.

Kendall wrote: "Glaring at middle-aged women the way they glare at me," as she posed in three different outfits.

She wore a black and mesh dress in the first clip, and then a red corset and short black mini skirt in the next.

The last look featured a cut-out, bodycon black mini dress, as she looks the camera up and down.


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But Kendall isn't fazed by these women's stares and say's she actually feels sorry for them.

"Sorry u wear jeggings & have 5 kids Lisa," she captioned the post.

The video has since gone viral with over 450k views and women took the comments section of the video to debate the matter.

Many stated a simple stare often put them in their place, while others questioned why older women would try and make younger women feel bad.

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One wrote: "The simplest act of just staring back at them is the most powerful one honestly."

Another commented: "No bc the older I get the weirder it is in hindsight that older women glared at teen me in public lmao."

A third penned: "They've gotten more mad at me for giving them a smile than glaring back at this point lmaooo."

Meanwhile, a fourth added: "I always give people back the same energy, makes them check themselves."

And a fifth noted: "I promise to power through middle age by gassing up those younger than me. Slay."

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