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Today, I was shopping at Walmart, when a large lady and her friend blocked the aisle I was trying to go down. After saying, "Excuse me," twice and being ignored, I pushed my way through. After getting past, I looked back and noticed she was glaring at me while signing to her friend. FML


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On 01/20/2011 at 2:34pm - misc - by Anonymous - United States (California)

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Just because they're deaf doesn't mean they need to block the damn aisle. I don't know how they expected you to guess they couldn't hear you.

#19 - On 01/20/2011 at 5:34pm by aback

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I'm torn between pitying you and being angry with you.
People in grocery stores are so rude. I'm 9 months pregnant and was getting the last few things I need before my son gets here. Well the Target in my town made their aisles more narrow so I just barely fit through alone. Well some lady sat and just stared at me for a while and made me really uncomfortable and then just walked right up close to me, causing me to back away. She did this until I'd backed out of the aisle almost completely and then shoved me out of the way.
Seriously? Who shoves a pregnant lady?

On the other could have tried to tap her on the shoulder or backed out of the aisle and gone down the next one. There's always a way to maneuver around people.

I do think it was rude of her to be glaring at you. If I were deaf, I'd understand that you probably assumed she heard you. But who knows? Maybe she was just having a bad day and took it out by glaring at you. She could have done worse.

#14 - On 01/20/2011 at 5:15pm by Acousticpixie14

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