I have two stories to share.
Memorial service SS. We attended a lovely memorial service at a local camp for a long-time employee and volunteer who had passed away last month. It was very moving and heartfelt. However, a female attendee designated herself the photographer. This is a person who had never been to the camp (we have been volunteering there for over a decade) or met the deceased. She would jump in front of people, and we had at least 4 people in walkers or wheelchairs and many with canes. A friend of the family ended up asking her to stop. The camp has an official photographer, and he waited until long after the service to get a few pictures of the memorial display and the deposition of the ashes.
Movie theater SS. We went to see RED 2 in the theater yesterday afternoon, and by the time we got into the theater the credits were still playing, but most of the rows were pretty full. We found two spots with two seats. One, a woman put her leg on one of the seats to save it, so we went down to the next, asked if the people were saving the seats, and sat there. We should have sat in the individual seats on the other side of the theater.
People next to us had plastic grocery store bags of snacks, which they rustled throughout the movie. No attempt to be quiet about it. They both talked loudly throughout the movie, exclaiming things like "this is my favorite part" and "wow, she did ___ then ___ then ___". I ended up looking at them several times, to no avail. So rude!
We ended up stopping by guest services and getting passes for another movie because of the annoyance.