The lady I ran into at the bakery definitely qualifies as a special snowflake. The bakery that I go to is in a strip mall with about 20 other stores. The parking lot is huge. I don't think I've ever seen it more than 1/4 full. The parking lot has angled parking and it is clearly marked that the traffic direction is one way down each lane. I pulled into the lane in front of the bakery. There were a few spots open in the front and I was going to pull into one of those, but before I could do that, a woman driving in the wrong direction, starts beeping her horn and frantically pointing to those spots. I just drove down the lane and parked a little further down. Because of the angle of the parking spots, she had a really hard time pulling into the space. She had to back up many, many times.
I walked into the bakery and got on a pretty long line. 4 or 5 people walked in after me and got on line. She walks in and starts telling the people in back of me that she should be in front of me because she was in the parking lot first and that I should have held her place. One of the guys started laughing and told her that maybe if she drove the right way down the lanes, she would not have to spend 10 minutes trying to park her car and to get in the back of the line where she belongs. She kept muttering loud enough for everyone to hear that she should be in front of me. When it was my turn, she tried to call out what she wanted when I was asked what I wanted. The person helping me smiled and asked me what I needed. I got my order and left, as she was still muttering how we were all some very not nice things.