A guy we call "Dim Fart" waited in line 10 minutes as I received new prescriptions from several patients. Once he made it to the front of the line, he handed me a new prescription.
"I'll be back in 5 minutes," he said.
"That's good. I'll try to have it ready in 30 minutes," I replied.
When you see people ahead of you at the pharmacy give a prescription to the pharmacist, what exactly goes through your head? What is it that makes you think once you get to the front of the line you'll suddenly be the only one waiting for a prescription?
I'm so confused by this nonsense. It happens again and again. Really?