This is terrible because it sets off a chain reaction. The next person thinks, "Why bother aiming if it already looks like this?" Then, before you know it, you have a Silent Hill level in your establishment.
So many of these infuriating behaviors come from people being completely inconsiderate. This one also involves extreme laziness. Trader Joe's and Costco parking lots are a nightmare already without dealing with folks having to park, get out, remove the cart, reenter their vehicle and park again.
This needs to be prosecuted as a biological attack. It sounds extreme when you learn you can be caned for doing this in Singapore. But then when you accidentally touch a fresh piece of someone else's chewed gum you realize that's too light of a sentence.
5. Not Making Your House Number Visible From The Street
You'd think having GPS would make locating homes easier. Not so. Some houses insist on having their number completely hidden from view, so you have to get out of your car and walk over to investigate, looking like a total creep if you're at the wrong house.
Hot tip: just because you're walking in a large group doesn't mean the street or hallway belongs to you. Other people might be in a hurry and want to get around your pack. I don't care how cool and dramatic walking horizontal looks, start walking in a single file line instead.
7. Waiting Until You Get To The Counter To Look At The Menu
It's healthy to take a break and live in the moment every now and then. Patience is a virtue, after all. But if you're in line during the lunch rush and decide only when you're about to order to figure out what you want to eat you can get right the f**k out of the way. These people should be forced to eat at the same location for half a year straight.
You ever drive behind someone who just stops to chat with someone they see walking or driving on the other side of the street? You honk at them to move, but they both look at you like you're the idiot? There needs to be teleportation tow trucks for instances like these to immediately move these scoundrels.
Some commercials can actually be great. But most are utter garbage and cause us to flee the room. They respond by cranking the volume on them to the maximum setting. This is why no one likes you, advertisers.