I've always thought I'm a considerate pram or trolley driver compared to many others. If I'm in a really foul mood though, I couldn't care less... I'll stand in you way and openly ignore you just because I'm p*ssy.
I've found pram people to be the most inconsiderate overall though. People in trolleys or wheelchairs will try and be polite and considerate and not block aisles if they can help it... but overall, tram-users seem to act as if the fact they have a pram gives them the right to just be annoying and selfish. Not all, but it certainly seems that the vast majority I come across are that way...
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24-04-2012 14:57 #11
24-04-2012 15:03 #12
I find it kind of odd that people are practically high-fiving the fact that they purposely ram other peoples ankles with their pram. Does having a pram give you the right to purposely harm other people? This information would have been useful when I had prams....silly me just excused myself as I tried to find a way around that doesnt hurt or put others out.
Truly upsetting to think that our society has become full of people who ignore eachother or ram eachother with prams :\
24-04-2012 15:09 #13Senior Member
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Blame the shops for making the aisles too close lol
24-04-2012 15:15 #14
I highly doubt many people "deliberately ignore" you and your pram. Just maybe, the world doesn't revolve around parents and their prams. Just say excuse me politely and 99% of people will move out of your way.
I am with Sassy, I find people with prams some of the most inconsiderate when it comes to sharing public space.
24-04-2012 15:16 #15
24-04-2012 15:20 #16
I'm not sure which thread I find more amusing. This one or the twirling in the supermarket one.
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24-04-2012 15:32 #17
Personally i hate when people block walk ways in groups to have convos, and it has nothing to do with havng a pram or otherwise. Move to the blardy side ffs!
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24-04-2012 15:37 #18
24-04-2012 15:38 #19
Bugs the hell out of me. My scan place makes a point of saying no kids as its not the place. Yet last time I went there was a screaming toddler and their pram was parked right in the middle of the waiting couches. So everyone had to squeeze around.
24-04-2012 15:59 #20
I've never ever experienced this and I have strider plus, so its a blurdy big pram!!!
Although i do tend to avoid aisles that it wont fit because I am clumsy as it is and would bring down the whole aisle with me!! Gives me an excuse to leave pram and bub with DH at home and revisit babyless!!
I do get trolley rage though, mainly at my DH for walking too slow in front of it.
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