I am so proud of myself for not killing the guy who was checking out grocery items at the coffee stand at wegmans at 6:15am this morning. So let’s take a step back, shall we? My neighbor two doors down is having a St. Patrick’s Day party tonight. I am to bring Green grapes and some nice bread because face it the kids are not going to be eating Corn Beef & Cabbage, but PB instead. So I ran into Wegman’s and bought 5 loaves of really nice bread, a few bunches of grapes, and some kids bath soap. Oh – and some frozen breakfast sandwiches which tastes like cardboard. I check out. I am really really really tired. I work, Tessa is teething, I had date night with the husband where we watched the series finale of Kyle XY which ticked me off, and I was drawing shamrocks for the kids to cut out during breakfast at 5am – I was informed at bedtime that they had to decorate the house for St. Patrick’s Day. So I decided I needed coffee this morning. I check out and go get a cup of coffee at the Wegman Coffee stand. The Lady getting her coffee was also paying for 4 boxes of Lean Cuisine – HELLO it’s 6am at Wegmans – 2 cash registers open – no waiting. The guy in front of me goes and pays for 2 bunches of bannanas that had to be weighed, strawberries, and at least 5 other things. Than he orders a small coffee. Wegmans also had a check out line open in the prepared food section- NO waiting. During the whole ordeal, I thought of about 9 ways to kill this guy with the coffee stirrers.
I mean do you know how dangerous to pull this stunt with a line of caffeine deprived people prior to 6:30am??????
Here’s my loser.
I’m sure he thought the sign indicated “portly men who can’t drive so good” but it was actually parents with children. And yes, he could only get his car halfway into the spot, and that took him three tried. It’s hard to tell, but he’s basically diagonally blocking in the guy next to him too.