Epic People Watching

Epic People Watching

While in IKEA yesterday, I witnessed the most horrific spoiled brat tantrum I may have ever seen in my life. And it wasn't from a small child... Hahaha.

The old man must have been 85. At least. His wife, not far behind him in years. And I watched as they blocked an aisle of the grocery store and had a little fun every time someone passed.

What do you call a cross between uncomfortably shaking your head and laughing in amusement? Because that's what I've been doing ever since I witnessed this fun little battle between a couple of "rich" folks on the bus... LOL.

LOL. What better way to spend a less than ideal flying experience than by watching the people around me and noting down the weird things they do?

As a small commotion erupted in a restaurant, *everyone* was surprised to see what it was about!

As I sobered up alone at my favorite karaoke bar, a man approached me and began saying things that creeped me out. Big time.

A young mother was enjoying an innocent moment with her daughter when a mall employee started making demands. But this mom knew how to hold her own.

At the coffee shop, a young married couple quibbled over something crazy dramatic. Or so I thought, until I found out what they were really talking about.

At the gym, I listened as two *really* scrawny guys started debating whether or not they wanted to become meat heads and whether they should do it for a girl.

I was standing in Costco this morning, checking out their new Adidas super-undies when I overheard two preteen girls standing on the other side of the aisle.

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The old man must have been 85. At least. His wife, not far behind him in years. And I watched as they blocked an aisle of the grocery store and had a little fun every time someone passed.