posted on Jul, 22 2014 @ 04:50 PM
Ok, now that I have your attention, it really is just one Canadian but this really irritated the daylights out of me.
I was at the gas station. I am getting gas and picking up a few things. Since they don't have baskets my hands are full. I am waiting inline and
dropping things on the ground, when woman from Quebec comes in the store and asks, "Do you mind ? I just need to hand him (cashier) this." I am
thinking of course, that would only take a second. and it would be rude to say no since she is just handing the cashier her card.
That would have been all fine had that been what she actually planned to do. Nope, she cut in front of me to complain for 10 minutes about the fact
that $25 didn't fill up her R.V. WTF!? Now, I have a hard time believing that someone from Canada would think that the exchange rate and price of gas
would be so different that it would only cost $25 to fill up a R.V. But given our location, you had to have filled up in the U.S. at least once if
you came here from the nearest border crossing.
But I am standing there, dropping things after she tricked me into cutting in-line in front of me. So she could fight with the cashier over this. That
is what really bugs me. It is the trick she used to cut in line. Yes,I made a scene, I was insulted and that was just plain rude. You don't tell
someone "I just need to hand him this" and then precede to to get into a 10 minute debate while someone who had been waiting inline for a while and
keeps dropping things, while you lean over the counter so they can't even put some of their stuff down, and then act all shocked when the person gets
made and says "This is B.S."
If you hadn't lied about their reason for cutting in front of me, and if it wasn't so obvious that my hands were full and I was struggling to hold
everything and dropped things several times, I wouldn't be so annoyed.
Ok I feel better now. I just had to get that off of my chest. Sorry to all you Canadians who aren't actually rude.
edit on 22-7-2014 by
calstorm because: (no reason given)