I was at the grocery store recently and wondered when people became so slow in their actions. Now, I'm not just talking about older people who may have a justifiable reason for slow movement. I'm talking about perfectly healthy looking people who move like Methuselah.
I'm looking for a can of Lysol and two women are in front of my targeted interest. Fine. They'll move soon, right? Apparently not. I see them debate the pros and cons of Floral Scent or Mountain Spring. Not verbally, just in their minds. I always get original scent. I see it. I grab it. I go. I'm just going to spray it in my dirty clothes hamper and the trash can. I really don't care if they small like a mountain spring. I just don't want them to smell. Period.
Wal-Mart is the mecca for slow walkers. I know you must pause to look at things when shopping. That is the point of shopping. But please don't block the entire aisle with your cart as you decide which Pantene shampoo is for you. Especially if you're bald because I don't think it will help you in any noticeable way.
My frustration stems from being slowed down by this "mosey along" mentality. I don't really care how slowly people move as long as I'm not behind them. Or next to them.
Maybe I need to shop at different stores.