Why do people always do this? It happens to me everytime I go grocery shopping...People are so damn anxious to get through the line that they push their carriages into your "space". I pay with my credit card so I always need to use the little shelf near the cash register to sign the slip of paper. Since I usually go shopping later in the day, there are no bag-boys so I have to bag myself. Since I am at the end of the line, the guy behind me always pushes his carriage in front of that shelf area so when I'm done bagging, I have to lean over his carriage to sign the paper. I've noticed it more and more the past few times and I'll usually give the person a look like "Do you mind moving so I can sign the slip", but the person never moves their carriage. I know I should probably say something, but wouldn't you think people would have enough sense to move their carriage when I'm leaning over trying to sign the slip??? If they aren't going to move when it's obvious that they are in my way, will saying anything make it better? I can just see the person getting all offended that I asked them to move I always like to give people the benefit of the doubt, but I no longer have faith in anyone anymore. All people are concerned about is themselves and won't budge to help someone out. I really wish they'd design a check out counter that keeps these people at bay until the person in front of them has completely finished their business. Oh and here's another one...Have you ever gotten the giant slip back from the cashier and you're trying to put it in your wallet and the person behind you is practiaclly running you down with thier carriage because they are on top of you and trying to hurry you up even more so. Do you think it's best if I take this grievance up with the supermarket? Or should I just suck it up and deal with it? It would be great if they had a turnstile that would hold the other person back until I was finished with my transaction Since they won't act like civilized human beings, than we'll treat them like cattle.