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This week, I want to talk about people watching….
I had to go to DMV this week to renew my license, and had to take a written test, which I passed with flying colors.
Anyway, while I was waiting (for an hour and 20 minutes), I did a lot of people watching.
One woman in paticular, who walked in at the same time I did, had a bad attitute from the start, and boy did she let the entire DMV know she was not about to wait more than 10 minutes to be helped.
When she first walked in she headed for the information desk, and with a very loud voice, said “I need to get a new license”. The lady at the counter told her to take a number and the woman then said “I’m in a hurry so you need to do it now”. The DMV employee responded by saying “if you’re in a hurry then you should have made an appointment”. At that point the woman started to get a little crazy, saying “I pay your salary and you need to show me respect”. The idiot lady finally sat down, and I sat far away, but could still hear her complaining about the “service”, which really wasn’t all that bad.
Another person who was waiting wouldn’t stop picking his nose. It wasn’t one of those subtle nose picks where you pretend like you’re just rubbing your nose while sticking a little bit of your finger inside, it was a full pick, that he wiped on his chair after every dig.
I people watch a lot, almost everywhere I go. I like to see what other people are like, and wonder how they became who they are. How does a woman think it’s ok to berate a person who is just trying to do his or her job, and why would a man think it’s ok to wipe his disgusting nose leakage on his seat, where others sit?
Do you like to people watch? If so, tell me your stories about some of the characters out there.
A few things I saw around Claycord this week:
- I saw a kid riding a unicycle. He was pretty good at it. The only bad thing was he was riding in the street and didn’t have a helmet. Has anybody else seen this kid?
- It seems like every single time I’m in front of an ambulance or fire truck with its lights & sirens on, there is always somebody that doesn’t pull over and let them through. People people people, let the emergency vehicles through so they can do their job! Somebody needs them. Pulling over for a second won’t make you any later getting home so you can just sit on your couch! PULL OVER!!
The Real Housewife of Claycord Housetip of the Week:
- If you ever throw a bridal/baby shower, buy a pack of thank you cards for the guest of honor. During the party, pass out the envelopes and have everyone put their address on them. When the bride/new mother sends the thank you’s, they’re all addressed!
That’s it for this week.
I hope you all have a wonderful week, see you next Thursday at 2pm!
It’s time for me to go make a pie!
This week, it’s an Apricot Pie (in honor of Claycordian “jtkatec”)! I’ve never made one before, so wish me luck. I will let you know next week how it turned out.
-The Real Housewife of Claycord xxoo