Tuesday, April 27, 2010
I hate that when you see someone asking for money on the street, you immediately check run mental check to see if you're being conned. I hate that people can take advantage of others good will, to a point where we now think twice before offering our fellow man a helping hand.
I feel for parents who have young children on planes that misbehave prior to take-off and landings. I know it's often because they have to sit in their own seats and not Mum and Dad's knee; or that they're probably overtired and tantrum friendly. Still, all that aside I wish they could just stick them with an epi-needle and knock the screaming shits out.
I'm glad that after a stressful day in a foreign country, when you're hungry and confused with the new currency, you can walk into a McDonalds and feel at home again.
I'm disturbed that the loss of hair on your head doesn't automatically exclude ear or back hair as well.
I'm happy Walmart shoppers aren't always the same as they're perceived in the popular media.
I love it when you're expecting the third degree from custom and border security, and they meet you with a real smile and cheery disposition.
I really love it that I got in and out of Hawaii without getting fingerprinted or retinal scanned. I understand why, but I really believe you should be a criminal before being treated like one. But after you've proven to have committed a criminal act in a court of law - totally different story - go to town!
I hate how much you miss home, until you actually arrive back.