Thoughtless acts

Submitted by syh on Mon, 04/01/2013 - 12:27

1. Using the table legs to prop up my feet: because I am short and do not comfortably reach the floor from my chair, I tend to sit near the edges of tables so that I can prop one or both of my feet on the flat table legs that stick out.


2. Passenger side courtesy: when I am in the passenger seat of a car when someone else is driving, I tend to push my head back against the seat and make sure my hands and anything I am holding are out of the way, when the driver needs to look through my window, either at the side mirror or just on that side of the car.


3. Not photographed: when I am walking, if it seems like my path might cross with somebody else's, I will adjust my trajectory or speed to avoid colliding with them. If they are doing the same thing, though, we may end up crossing paths any way. (And then it gets awkward.)

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