Tuesday, June 10, 2008
I have a huge pet peeve. It probably isn't yours too since I see almost everyone doing it.
Here it is...When you go to Wal-Mart there are two doors. One is Enter...one is Exit.
Can people not read anymore? Is it too hard to take the extra steps to walk over to the enter side when entering. If I am walking into the store I am walking into the Enter side. Why do I have to dodge the annoying people with their carts full of groceries coming out of the enter door?
When I am leaving with my cart full of groceries, why do I have to maneuver my cart around the illiterate people that can't read the exit sign?
It really bothers me so much that I am going to have to start saying things to people.
How does one correct grown adults for entering the wrong side at Wal-Mart? And even more than that...how does a Christian tell someone in God's love of course "Hey idiot, use the other door!"
Perhaps I should just start running people over instead of being polite and letting them pass by. Maybe if I give them a good ram or two with my cart and just casually point up to the sign, then they will get the picture.
Maybe I could bring a long pointer or one of those pointers with the laser on it...I could deeply clear my throat and point as I non chalantly sip a Mtn Dew or something.
Of course Wal-Mart does not help this issue at all. At least in my Wal-mart things are backwards. The carts are on the exit side instead of the enter which really makes no sense.
So I beg you...the next time you go to Wal-Mart, pay attention to the side you enter!
You never know where I might be hiding and just what I might do!