…and it’s amazing how some people can be oblivious you or anyone around you as they live in their own little world. I’m at the supermarket the other day standing behind a woman in line at the checkout when some other guy comes up to the line and stands to the right of this woman as if that’s where the line starts. Not behind me but behind her regardless of the fact that there is a woman with a buggy full of groceries behind me. Is this guy with the woman in front of me? I wasn’t sure until the line moved forward and he maneuvered his way in front of me. He only had two items so I thought, ah forget about it. Meanwhile as the line starts to get bigger behind me and the guy whose in his own little world in front of me is next to be checked out, a store employee taps the woman on the shoulder behind me and says their going to open up the next register in lane number 3 and said she could move her stuff there. Well just like that the man in his own little world and who’s oblivious to anyone around him and who is next to being checked out yells, “Lane number 3?” And takes his two items and moves to the front of lane number 3 and in front of the woman who was first told by the employee that lane number 3 would be open But it’s funny how karma works because when the man in his own little world moved I was next to be checked out and was able to walk past Mr. Oblivious to anyone else before they even got lane number 3’s cash register opened to begin checking him and the other customers out. Hope he wasn’t in a hurry, not!