by Greg Krehbiel on 20 February 2012
I got to Pep Boys just as they were opening the door. Several people had been standing outside waiting for them to open, and they took their places in the service line. I think I was 4th.
The guy in front of me got a call from his wife. She grilled him for several minutes on why he wasn’t first in line.
Didn’t you get there early? Why weren’t you waiting at the right door? Why didn’t you know which door they would open first? That was the plan we agreed to. That’s why you got there early, right? How long are you going to be? Why don’t they have enough people working there? (Like that was this guy’s fault.) You know you’re messing up my plans for this morning.
I actually could hear both sides of the conversation.
I wanted to take the phone from the guy and relieve his suffering.
Once she finally let him go, he looked like he’d been kicked in the groin.
Women (or at least some women) want to control men, and then they despise them for it.
-- 2012-02-20 » Greg Krehbiel