I had my 10 items in the express line when a woman with a very full shopping cart came in behind me. I suppose my intentions were not totally friendly but I did, politely, say that this was an express line. She just gave me a shrug and said, “I don’t care.” If I had my way the checkout person would be told to charge these customers an extra dollar for every five items over the limit, for which they would receive a receipt for their donation to the cancer fund or equivalent, and a sign would be posted to that effect.
I think it’s bemusement over the other’s excitement.
Stop rubbing whose noses on their uniforms? ☺
It’s called Auto-corrupt.
Well, thanks for those school memories. But you’re right, the janitor was everyone’s friend, whether you knew it or not. ☺
And often the ball in your hand looks more interesting than the one in their mouth.
But people who never learn grow up to make signs for supermarkets that say “Less than 12 items in this lane.” Is that what you want? ☺
As they say on The IT Crowd, “Did you try turning it off and back on again?”
You don’t understand the economics of this comic strip.
And you’ll feel something too when that toy tries to pass.