Why Do People Struggle To Back In?
By whoknows 09-06-2012 01:41 PM
I've always wondered this, especially when I see someone spending 5 minutes trying (what I can only assume is their best) to back in. I notice them doing it, so then I just stand there and watch them for a few minutes while they struggle to maneuver into place. The worst part is that when I see this while it's happening or even after, they didn't go in straight which will make things difficult for the people next to them or the people who use it in the future.
I can kind of understand if they have a really big one that they're trying to fit in, but even then I still don't see the point since it's going to be difficult either way, whether you're going in or going out. I guess it's just a matter of preference that that point.
So anyone do this and have some insight for me? It's something I've been wondering for a long time. I don't back in myself, but maybe some great reasoning will make me want to in the future.
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|AvidWriter - 09-06-2012, 02:04 PM|
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