Pushing my button

walk lights

There are three types of people in this world.

Those who get to a crossing and don’t push the button. Even if there is no one else there. Then look dumb founded when they don’t get the signal to walk the next time the lights change. These people are gooses.

Those who get to a crossing and if there is nobody there, push the button. If there is a person there, assume that person isn’t a goose, and don’t push the button. This is me.

Those who get to a crossing and push the button. And push it again. And again. And another five times. Regardless if there are already 10+ people standing there. Stop pushing the damn button. I hate these people.

3 thoughts on “Pushing my button”

  1. What if you get to a crossing and there is someone there, so you assume they have pressed the button? And they haven’t! This has happened to me. So now you have to pay for the other person being a goose. In the words of KRudd, “I make no apologies” for pushing the button. You may hate me, but at least I get across the street 😛

  2. But by pushing the button the person standing there doesn’t learn their lesson. Instead you should mock and ridicule them. Shame them into doing the right thing I say.

  3. I’m one of your hated multiple button pushers. I know it won’t make any difference, I just like to know for sure that the button’s been pushed. Also I now feel happing knowing that I’ve annoyed someone who cares enough to blog about it. I’m going to do it more often now.

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