I had a dog who passed last year who no-bullshit walked right beside me, and would respond to verbal commands. She was the only one I ever trusted to not leash. She was also a Pom who loved everybody, the worst thing she would do is try to lick you to death. I generally agree though, dogs need a leash.
I see this almost every day. Going into a business that has an in-door and an out-door. You are entering so you use the in-door and then there is a jackass standing inside waiting for you to get out of his way so he can use that same door to leave because you just opened it. Sometimes there will even be a line of people waiting to use the door you opened. As if there is no other door to use at all.
They are so incredibly lazy/entitled whatever you want to call it they would rather wait for you to get out of the way than just reach their fucking hand out and use the other door. On rare occasions they even get mad at you if you take too long to get out of their way...
In moments like that I wish I had the airtank/hammer from No Country For Old Men.
People that decide to unload their change at stores instead of going to the bank first or just using a small amount of change at a time or just dump it into those self service check outs where you can easily dump the change. Went to Target and someone payed about $30 of merchandise with just dimes,nickels and pennies. Not even quarters. Held up the line which felt like 10 minutes while the person counted all their change.
On the opposite end the two people ahead of me saw I only one item and let me check out right away. Guess they noticed how frustrated I was. I would have done self check out if it wasn't alcohol.
Every place I have worked, more or less, over the last 12 years has had staff lounge or staff area for eating/breaks, and some of them are pretty small, cramped spaces without great ventilation. Sometimes you can smell shit that was microwaved the morning before, I swear