You realize you’re hovering, right?

So apparently I’m not the only one in danger of starting a personal space smackdown in the grocery checkout line.  Solidarity, sister.

“…Instead of waiting for the cashier to move the belt along, they insist on using every single square inch of belt space up to the plastic divider.

This I can overlook, as it’s their own bread they’re squishing in an effort to unload their cart at warp speed.

What I can’t overlook is when they insist on using every single square inch of personal space past the plastic divider, creeping up closer to me with their cart and sighing so heavily at the apparent lack of cashier expediency that it blows my coupons off the checkout stand.”

How to Properly Use the Grocery Belt Divider | Abby Has Issues

2 thoughts on “You realize you’re hovering, right?

  1. This is easily solved. When the kids are with you, announce to the person behind you, “Did you know you can get skin diseases just by STANDING next to someone? My dermatologist told me. Here, look at THIS…” and then hold out your arm.

    If the kids aren’t with you, say it’s herpes.

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