Seriously. When I was growing up, it seemed like the number one rule was "don't get in the way." Don't stand in doorways, don't block aisles, always be aware of your surroundings to make sure you won't be in anybody's way. Nobody else seems to abide by these rules. Take grocery shopping for instance. I'm a single man, so I'm generally only looking to pick up whatever I need that particular day. But on occasion when I do push a cart, I always defer to people without one, since they take up less space and can move faster. Isn't that what anybody would do? Nope. They use their carts like battering rams. Every time I go to the store I have to dodge people who want to run me over, because it's so important that they get to go first. And if they feel like stopping, they just park that cart wherever they want, not giving a fuck if they might be blocking someone else's path. Don't even get me started on driving. In heavy traffic when somebody is trying to pull out in front of you, you might think it's the polite thing to let them. Don't do it, because I guarantee they will be turning left at the earliest available opportunity and you won't be able to get around them. Is there just no hope for humanity?