Originally Posted by 32green
People in Supermarkets with no spacial awareness.
I was in Walmart one day... yes Walmart... a store utterly filled with morons.
And not just morons... grossly obese morons.
Anyway, to make a long story short
, I am in Walmart because my wife made me go (suddenly a whip cracks) because she had bought a bike for my nephew online and I had to pick it up at the store. Not so bad, I should be in and out of there before the zombies get me.
But no, somebody told her that they sell some foaming bath soaps that my 5 year old likes and she wants me to get it "while I'm there".
So I get the bike, throw it in the shopping cart and head over to get the soap. I am about to leave the aisle and realize that a herd of morons has now trapped me in both directions. Funny because I would have thought that the soap aisle would have been the last place I would see most Walmart shoppers.
Anyway, there is a guy in front of me blocking my way and all he has to do is move his cart forward a little so that it isn't right next to the other cart that is right next to his. He glances over at me, sees, that I am waiting and then proceeds to keep looking at the soap.
I wait somewhat patiently.
He keeps looking at the soap the way southtown looks at women. You know... he knows what it is, likes to look at it but knows damn well there is no chance it's actually going home with him.
Yet he still keeps looking at all the soaps and picks one up and puts it down before grabbing yet another one and doing the same.
By now, I have lost my patience and he makes the mistake of looking toward me once again and doesn't move his cart.
I took a couple of steps back and proceeded to run forward and use my shopping cart as a battering ram and literally launched his cart right out of the aisle.
He turned to me with a pissed off look and I just smiled and said, "Next time move your cart a$$hole."