You know what I love about the controversial threads? You can always find someone who has a condition or life circumstances that makes only one solution plausible. So you'll get (warning: these examples are hypothetical) the person with the phobia about returning carts to the corral and the one whose religion dictates that she can never wear a slip under her skirt but she has to allow her bra straps to show.
I always find it amusing/frustrating when the simplest explanation is thrown out the window for the more obscure one.
For example, someone is in a crowded place, where humans are elbow to elbow, and someone accidentally brushes against someone else and that person goes off on them, even though the person who touched them apologizes over and over. There has actually been a thread involving a scenario kind of similar to this (a long time ago, on the other board I think) and there were actually posters who defended the person who went ballistic, stating maybe they have that obscure and extremely RARE *certain condition* that makes it painful for them to be touched, or something like that. Does that *certain condition* exist? Probably. Is it reasonable to assume it applies here and use it to make excuses for someone's lousy behavior? Well, *I* don't think so, and I find it very frustrating when posters do that.