I would like to nominate the people we came into contact with on our vacation over the weekend.
At the amusement park:
-My family and I stood in line for about 15 minutes to buy bottled drinks in a concession stand. My mom was standing behind us with her purchase. A little girl about 8-9 walked up the counter, in front of my mom, and plopped her purchase in front of the cashier. The cashier very politely told her that she needed to go to the back of the line. The girl said, No, she didn't want to wait. The cashier went back to waiting on my mom, but the girl kept nudging in front of my mom, trying to put her drink in the cashier's hand to be scanned, and at one point took my mom's money out of the cashier's hand, put it on the counter and handed the cashier her money. Mom told her, "Step away and do not touch my money again." in a very firm voice, and the girl started to stomp and cry. Mom finished her transaction and walked away as quickly as possible before the girl's angry looking mother could make it to the counter.
-The boys (8-10) at the water park who repeatedly shoved the little kids out of the way while they were lining up for the slide on the sprayground. My son (5) was pushed aside several times and my daughter (9) went up to the slide platform and told them to cut it out and let the little kids play. They called her filthy names. A lifeguard told the boys and their mom that they would be sent out of the park if they didn't behave. The mom then turned her wrath on the lifeguard. I took my kids to a different area of the park so I'm not sure how it resolved.
-The couple at the Christmas decoration store who had two dogs in a stroller and another dog in a big square pet carrier. The store was very crowded with merchandise and Christmas trees and it was very difficult to get around. The dog couple parked their stroller in the middle of a pathway in the store and refused to move, effectively trapping my mom and I in a corner, until they found just the right ornament that matched their youngest dog perfectly. We asked them politely to let us by and they snapped, "Just a minute!" Repeated requests for them to let us by caught the attention of an employee, who reminded them of the "no pets" sign on the store entrance. The couple snapped at the employee that these weren't dogs, they were their babies. Again, we left before the situation was resolved.