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THE DAILY GROANER - June 27, 2016
Good Morning Groanies,
Elevator etiquette is very important. It's important not only to those around you, but to yourself as well.
The reason I bring this up is because there was an incident that occurred yesterday. I was attempting to get off the elevator when a fellow rider rushed by me to get on. This rude elevator dude didn't apologize or seem embarrassed by the situation in the least. I was rather rattled by the goings on and I spoke up. I said, "Excuse me." I then went on my way. Later I was accused of being "Too Slow" when exiting the elevator.
It makes me nuts when people do that. I can't understand why people force themselves on an elevator when they know full well that there are others that will be exiting as soon as the doors open.
Where are the manners? Where is the respect? Where is the love for your fellow elevator users? Where I say!?! If this keeps up, the next time I'm on an elevator I'm gonna cut a gaser and run out before the doors close. Take that!
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