In the movie Zootopia, when Judy came back to her hometown after quitting her job, she met fox Gideon Grey, who bullied her when she was a little girl, by pushing her down and scratching her face. But fox Gideon Grey was not the bad boy any more, he apologized to Judy for what he had done, and confessed he was a major jerk at that time. Then Judy told him
I know a thing or two about being a jerk.
My question is: what did Judy exactly mean?
- She wanted to tell the fox that being a former cop, she knew a lot about what would a real jerk look like, and the fox was not a jerk at all.
- She wanted to tell the fox that everyone could be pissed off and make mistakes, including herself (I guess she was implying she hurt fox Nick’s feelings), so what Gideon had done was not a big deal.
Would you kindly tell me which answer is the right one? Or they are both wrong?