In through the out door


By all means, if you want to be a little rebel and walk in the exit door, that’s fine by me.

I’ve done that, too.

But if you walk in the exit door when I am in the process of exiting the exit door and then expect me to immediately move out of your way as if I am your inconvenience, we have a problem.

Because what you are doing is like driving down a one-way street in the wrong direction and expecting the oncoming traffic to get out of your way.

In which case, you are either extremely selfish or, to put it bluntly, just an idiot who doesn’t read signs.


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