I experienced a blizzard (in Florida) on Saturday during my weekly grocery store trip. I had a list, I had my cart, I was good to go. I was searching for a turkey or chicken breakfast sausage for DS and I on our rushed mornings. I made sure there was no one else in the area where the little case that has sausage/lunch meat/lunchables were. I was good, and looking for my turkey sausage. A woman (SS) pushing a stroller cart (about 8 feet long, not easily maneuverable) with two toddlers in it pushed the cart right up next to me, within an inch. I wondered if she was going to hit me with her cart!
Without saying anything, she crossed in front of my body (within a foot from the case) to get to the lunchables. I know she spoke English, since I had heard her speaking to her kids from aisles away. I immediately moved myself and my cart to the other side of the store, and came back to that area after I saw her on the other side.
The most SS part to me is that SS and her partner were there, so the partner could have stood with the children while the other person walked to the lunchable section. These people were very loud as well, I saw a manager go up to them when they were arguing (with swearing) and heard him ask them to take the discussion outside.