1. People who stand right at the edge of a curb, but aren't actively planning to cross. Double points if they're staring at their cell phone whilst doing this. Look. If you're not crossing the street, stand a few feet away from the curb, so that every single car doesn't have to slow down when driving by on the off chance that you might randomly step out in front of them at any given moment.
2. People who stop to have conversations in the location that most blocks other people trying to walk by. You want to stop and have a conversation, then step to the side and do it. It's not like you're going anywhere anyway, so why not be a tiny bit aware of others around you?
3. People who park their shopping cart blocking one side of the aisle, while standing next to it and rummaging through stuff on the shelf on the other side of the aisle, effectively blocking the entire aisle. Then being oblivious to all the folks trying to get by. Oh. Double points if this is combined with number 2 above, and it's two people stopping to chat while each blocking different halves of the aisle with their respective carts.
4. Honestly, just about any use of a cell phone that doesn't involve sitting in a stationary location. It's somewhat hysterical watching someone walking down a hallway that's like 15 feet wide, weaving from side to side like a drunk driver down the interstate, head down, engrossed in whatever super important stuff is on his screen.
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