Today's social dilemma came from an email I received from Maureen. She wants to know if you would feel like she felt in this situation. Here's the email. Hi Jaime, I encountered a situation the other day that I thought would be worth discussing. Am I justified in feeling frustrated? A couple of days ago, I stopped at a gas station to fill up and thought I'd get a quick wash to rinse off all the salt from my car. I paid for the wash at the pump but the receipt didn't print so I had to run into the store to get a the car wash code. In the time that I was getting into my car to drive over to the carwash line another vehicle had parked itself at the entrance to the carwash making it impossible for any cars to pass her up in line. She then went into the store to buy herself a carwash code - making everyone else who already had codes line up behind her. Who does this?? She saved herself a spot in line by completely blocking the entrance to the carwash. Am I wrong thinking that this person was rude and selfish?? My time is important too. Thanks Jaime ~ Maureen. Well, I think Maureen is justified in being upset. I would be upset too. I have an issue with anyone who thinks their time is more important than anyone elses. So I would be upset, but I would also try to let it go as soon as possible because holding onto that only hurts me and not them. How would you feel in that situation? Would you say something to the woman? Let me know what you think on the TRY Facebook page.
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