Let's face it, Wyoming really doesn't have traffic problems.

If you want to see real traffic problems, visit Denver. You'll hate Atlanta and Boston. Don't even think about Los Angeles.

Still, we have our problems out there and we do have the occasional case of road rage. It's rare, but it happens.

What about that type of road rage that happens in the grocery store?

Aisle Rage? Not sure what to call it but you know what I mean.

People who park in the middle of the aisle to look for something and never think about what other people close to them might be trying to do.

Friends meet and stop to chat, bottling everything up.

So I asked folks from Wyoming if they ever suffered from "ISLE RAGE," the same as road rage, in the grocery store here in Wyoming.

Here is what they said.

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"Aisle Denial." Dan has a point.

Daniel mentions a dopamine build-up which changes your perception of time. I think that's correct. It's a weird feeling when things seem to slow down or speed up.

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Carol is calling us immature if we suffer from Isle Rage. I won't say that's wrong.

I'll do what Karen does, look for a less busy aisle and come back to the clogged one when it's clear.

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It's not always possible for everyone, but I like to shop during the slow times.

It's best not to even try when folks are trying to get home at the end of the work day and it's never good to shop on a Friday.

Just too many people.

Look at the first comment on the next string. CHUK, you are EVIL!

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Poor Mark can't get to the chocolates he wants.

Lynn finds the same problems at flea markets.

Does it help just to let people know you need to get through?

A simple "excuse me" might solve the problem.

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Look at the last comment.

That's funny Wayne, cruel, but funny.

The Lighthouses Of Wyoming

I really have NO idea why you clicked on this link.

Gallery Credit: Glenn Woods

Medicine Bow Wyoming Road Art

There is a strange mind at work in Medicine Bow Wyoming.

Someone who is disturbed, yet having a lot of fun at the same time.

This person wants to share that fun with you.

Gallery Credit: Glenn Woods