Also: - When a person unloads their cart and then leaves the empty cart sitting there, blocking your way into the line. Are you fucking kidding me? (yes, I said that out loud) I had never seen anyone do that until I moved to South Florida, and it’s happened to me at least a dozen times since. - When people are rude to the cashiers. Cashiers are paid to be nice to you and assist you, not be your personal whipping boy. They are probably catching shit all day long from customers, coworkers, bosses, etc. The VERY least you can do is treat them with a little bit of dignity/kindness. - People who block the aisle while they are looking at stuff, then give you a dirty look or (worse) refuse to move when you politely say “excuse me” to pass by. - People who bring their pocket dogs into the store and cart them around in the shopping cart (another popular South Florida phenomenon). I plan to wash my food before I eat it, but that doesn’t mean I want your dog’s bum germs all over my bag of apples. - People who abuse the electric wheelchairs. I get that not every handicap is clearly visible and I try not to judge, but sometimes it is really bloody obvious that you don’t need the electric wheelchair. Let someone who needs it actually use it. - I have a much higher tolerance for a crying/screaming kid than a kid that is just being a hellion. I watched one kid take candy bars from the register display and throw them all over the ground - the parent looked down, saw what they did, and then just walked away and left the mess for the person behind her to run over or clean up. If you can’t keep your kid under some basic resemblance of control in a public place, don’t take said kid to public places.