There are a lot of people out there that need some physical contact. For some people, it’s their actual love language, and a friendly hand on theirs or a small touch on the shoulder can mean a lot more than you think. However, to some people, being touched by another is like poison in their veins.
The idea of having someone come up and wrap them in a hug without the proper prep time is like a nightmare. Yes, those people might need to get over themselves a little bit, but this sign is much punchier. We don’t want to be hugged. Thank you!
Word of the Day: Bloviate
To bloviate is to talk at length, especially in an inflated or empty way. And, if you pay attention to what people are actually saying, many people do it way too much. They will talk on and on, and you're sitting there waiting for the important information, or the point, or whatever, and they'll just keep talking because they don't know how to stop, or they like the sound of their own voice.
Please, just send a text. You have to actually think about what you're going to say in that case, and that makes it a lot better for all of us.
Stand on the Right! On the Right!
Some people have places to be. Some people need to get moving to their next plane or to their waiting Uber. Maybe they need to get home and see the kids or feed their cat or something like that. And maybe they're getting really frustrated with people that stand in the middle of a moving walkway, blocking the way, as we see here.
Obviously, the Dude came to the airport with this picture in mind, but if he did, it's still a big enough issue to need a sign. Then again, for some reason, we suspect this could be a photoshop job.
Sorry if We Don't Want a Dessert for Breakfast
There are lots of ways to spruce up your normal morning drink. You can add classics like cream or sugar, or you could go all out and get something that is just an ice cream shake with caffeine when you think about it. On the other hand, there are lots of people that take their coffee black – as God intended.
These people often have a little bit of a superiority complex and might loudly flaunt their coffee drink of choice. This can annoy people who want something a little special, as the Dude's sign tells us. We mean, what's wrong with a tall, skimmed hazelnut frappuccino?
Probably on a Street Corner, Holding a Sign
While the Dude has had what many might call a unique career path, everybody can agree that this question is just annoying. The only people that think about it other than in a job interview are those annoying super career-focused bros or lady bosses that you try not to follow on LinkedIn because they're the only ones that post.
Most of us don't care where we are in five years, as long as it's in a comfortable home surrounded by loved ones. Maybe it will be at this company, maybe another company. Who knows. Can we get back to my resume?