Penticton cherry picking grocery shoppers just plain rude

You are certainly not considering your fellow shopper who doesn’t do this socalled culling.

I just have to write about something that bothers me about customers in grocery stores standing at a fruit bin such as cherries and grapes  transferring from one bag in the bin to the one they are buying. Are you taking the best and to heck with everyone else?

I find this rude and very bad manners. You are certainly not considering your fellow shopper who doesn’t do this socalled culling.

I also think the grocery store personnel should put a stop to this and post signs if necessary.

I see the people working in their department and they never look up to see what is going on much less give a friendly hello.

The other thing that bothers me is the people who walk behind your car as you are trying to back out.

If you see tail lights wouldn’t this be an indication to you that the car is trying to back up and therefore be cautious and give that driver a chance to back out safely and for your safety as well?

I even had a mother pushing a stroller with her child in it go behind my car.

Where did common courtesy go? Where did good manners go?

Doreen Johnson

Penticton