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What's yours??

One of mine twist ties on a loaf of bread.
One will be clockwise and the next counter clockwise what the ####.

So must have righties and lefties. :huh:
 

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When you tell guys to close their blind doors because birds are coming close and instead of them just closing the doors immediately, they have to make visual confirmation for themselves. Then say oh yeah birds birds get down and then close their blind doors.
 

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Rude parking lot behavior:

(1) Shopping cart abandoners. They push the cart for three miles inside the store, but cannot push it 50 more feet to the cart corral, and instead shove them up on islands and between vehicles. C'mon man, make life a little easier on the guy who has to collect all these carts.

(2) Fire Lane parkers. The folks who think that because they are only grabbing a few items, that parking in the fire lane is therefore acceptable. More than likely, it is also a luxury brand vehicle, thus reinforcing the stereotype of the "my :censored: doesn't stink." C'mon man. I am sure you can make it the extra twenty yards if you go all in and try as hard as possible.

(3) Middle of the lot walkers. Sure pedestrians have the right of way, but that is for crossing, not walking down the middle of the throughway like a vehicle moving at glacial speeds. Same goes for the folks who take the shortest distance between two points which means they are not crossing at 90 degrees, but more like 15 degrees. C'mon man. Burn the extra calorie to move it along and walk the extra five steps it takes to cross at 90 degrees.

(4) Backout procrastinators. When they see you are waiting for their spot, and they decide to text, adjust mirrors, seats and belts, find something interesting on the radio, and then check their shopping receipt, before putting it into reverse. C'mon man, show some urgency and courtesy.
 

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Rat Creek said:
Rude parking lot behavior:

(1) Shopping cart abandoners. They push the cart for three miles inside the store, but cannot push it 50 more feet to the cart corral, and instead shove them up on islands and between vehicles. C'mon man, make life a little easier on the guy who has to collect all these carts.

(2) Fire Lane parkers. The folks who think that because they are only grabbing a few items, that parking in the fire lane is therefore acceptable. More than likely, it is also a luxury brand vehicle, thus reinforcing the stereotype of the "my :censored: doesn't stink." C'mon man. I am sure you can make it the extra twenty yards if you go all in and try as hard as possible.

(3) Middle of the lot walkers. Sure pedestrians have the right of way, but that is for crossing, not walking down the middle of the throughway like a vehicle moving at glacial speeds. Same goes for the folks how take the shortest distance between two points which means they are not crossing at 90 degrees, but more like 15 degrees. C'mon man. Burn the extra calorie to move it along and walk the extra five steps it takes to cross at 90 degrees.

(4) Backout procrastinators. When they see you are waiting for their spot, and they decide to text, adjust mirrors, seats and belts, find something interesting on the radio, and then check their shopping receipt, before putting it into reverse. C'mon man, show some urgency and courtesy.
RC, I have to add the people that have handicap stickers for no apparent reason and they are to lazy to walk a little ways farther. Doctors are all to eager to sign those sticker forms these days for people that have migraine headaches etc. To me Handicap means someone that has difficulty walking and needs assistance and elderly people that cant walk very far. just because a person has arthritis in his hands doesn't mean he cant walk another 50 or 75 feet.

Oh and those people that use their parents car and handicap sticker and mom and pop aren't with them on the trip, need their heads slapped.
 

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Let's just cut to the eight hundred pound Gorilla in the room.

Taking someone onto private land Honey Holes they've never been to before, and then find out they've been back a week later pounding on the landlord's door to see if they can come back bringing their friends as well!

We all know it happens!
 

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Obese people that only use the electric scooters because they are too fat and lazy to try and lose weight.
I often wonder when I see grossly obese people using scooters, do they have an actual disability that rendered them immobile, that contributed to their obesity? Or is this a person who has a serious issue with food, that has led them to be so heavy that they cannot shop for more food without the assistance of the scooter?

I am sure both are represented, but I am also fairly certain the latter represents the majority because lack of movement is not the main contributor to weight gain.
 

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Rat Creek said:
Rude parking lot behavior:

(1) Shopping cart abandoners. They push the cart for three miles inside the store, but cannot push it 50 more feet to the cart corral, and instead shove them up on islands and between vehicles. C'mon man, make life a little easier on the guy who has to collect all these carts.

(2) Fire Lane parkers. The folks who think that because they are only grabbing a few items, that parking in the fire lane is therefore acceptable. More than likely, it is also a luxury brand vehicle, thus reinforcing the stereotype of the "my :censored: doesn't stink." C'mon man. I am sure you can make it the extra twenty yards if you go all in and try as hard as possible.

(3) Middle of the lot walkers. Sure pedestrians have the right of way, but that is for crossing, not walking down the middle of the throughway like a vehicle moving at glacial speeds. Same goes for the folks who take the shortest distance between two points which means they are not crossing at 90 degrees, but more like 15 degrees. C'mon man. Burn the extra calorie to move it along and walk the extra five steps it takes to cross at 90 degrees.

(4) Backout procrastinators. When they see you are waiting for their spot, and they decide to text, adjust mirrors, seats and belts, find something interesting on the radio, and then check their shopping receipt, before putting it into reverse. C'mon man, show some urgency and courtesy.
I frequently see chubby women wearing fashionable sweat clothes leave the cart in the lot. They all have dyed blond hair and too much make-up in common, chunky, and drive a Lexus or something similar.

I detest women like that in general. It's not like hair, nails, and facepaint make up for the rest of them.
 
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