Having driven here the last 2 years everyday, I am used to the assholes who drive down the shoulder or in the oncoming lane and then expect to be let into the traffic queue right at the intersection.
For the life of me, I have no idea why people let them in. All these people are doing is jumping the queue and making it slower for everyone else.
I was pondering to myself why it seems so acceptable to do this on the road, but not so much in a more close contact situation, like the bank.
There I was, standing behind 1 other person at the teller. Then from out of nowhere comes another customer who just wedged right on in there with the teller as soon as I was about to step up. This happened again and I was getting peeved.
The next time I was a bit more aggressive and moved quicker. I’d even commenced my conversation with the teller when - HOLY SHIT - some lady plonks her forms right ON TOP of mine and the teller dropped what he was doing with mine and picked up hers!! :fume: To make it worse, she had a 10min transaction involving travellers checks, forex etc…man.
I turned to make eye contact with this rude woman, but everytime I was about to she would turn away.
What is the deal here? (and no, I hadn’t forgotten to ‘take a number’. The numbers seemed to be irrelevant today.)