Standing in line at a convenience store yesterday the two young women in front of me were both on cell phones.
One of the women was very quiet. But the other seemed to think that the rest of us were just dying to here her side of the phone conversation. It went something like this.
"Did she know about it?"
"And what about this weekend?"
"She so needs to avoid seeing him."
At that point she reached the counter where it was her turn to pay and said
"Just a minute."
Then she set the phone down and reached into her gigantic purse to pay for her Red Bull and cigarettes, but she picked up the cell phone and continued the conversation as she walked out the door.
I think had she kept talking as the clerk was waiting on her, I would have had a complete melt down.
So to everyone who feels the need to have a private conversation on a cell phone surrounded by people in a public place I have on thing to say. THE REST OF US DON'T WANT TO HEAR IT!!
Thanks for letting me get that off my chest. What's your gripe this week?
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