Expletive Example 1
Friday night I met up with my brother N and sister-in-law J for dinner at a local Subway. Only a few people were there.
First of all, a
lady female parks in the handicap spot. She ignores a comment from brother about the issue. Maybe her handicap–for which they do not provide a handicap placard–is stupidity.
After we had received out order and were seated, a family comes in; man, woman, child. The child is a boy, about 9 years old. No shirt, no shoes. He proceeds to climb all over the tables and benches. Walking on the table tops, sitting on the table tops, scooting his dirty butt all over them.
I catch his eye and ask him to get off the table; that people eat there and they don’t want to eat on his dirty feet. Both his parents saw and heard me speak to their kid. They did nothing.
He gets off for one minute and then starts again. He even looked right at me while standing on the table! His parents did nothing.
I did not say another word. The parents and kid chose to be inconsiderate asshats.
After they left, another patron asked the staff to please wipe down the tables due to his dirty butt and feet.
I wonder why the staff did not say anything. No shirt, no shoes, no service. They were young so maybe they didn’t feel they had the right to speak up.
Expletive Example 2
I always back into my garage. It makes it easier to unload items from the trunk. Obviously that maneuver was out of the question. Since I had groceries that needed to be refrigerated immediately, I drove over the curb and into the garage.
After unloading things, I was going to go next door and ask whoever it was to move their car. And just as I was getting ready to do this, they left.
Asshats! I am appalled at the blatant inconsiderate behavior of some people! I could rant and rave, but it wouldn’t do any good. And it just destroys my peace.