I have this thing about people walking the wrong way on the sidewalk. At a school with 50,000 students, this is not unusual, but I've probably encountered more people on the sidewalk since I moved here in August than the entire time I lived in Pittsburgh. It's crazy. AND PEOPLE DON'T KNOW WHERE TO WALK!! Sometimes I subconciously move out of the way which then pisses me off-- YOU'RE the one walking on the wrong side!! Other times I hold my ground and make them move. One girl was on the phone and I stopped when she was coming toward me and she walked into the grass. I felt victorious but then immediately bad. I don't have to have bad manners just because you do.
I'm SO tempted to be like everyone else and just chalk something on the sidewalks. But mine would be a diagram with arrows that said "Walk this way." And I would write it all over campus for the sidewalk impaired. There would be articles in the newspapers about me. "Who's the walk this way person?" And people making false claims about the identity. It'd be great.
You know the oddity overloads? Turns out I've been infected. It's true. Someone chalked a giant maze the shape of a snail's shell on the sidewalk and I was super tempted to walk through it at snail's pace but I was already about to be late to my lab. Bah! Lololol!