|yes, basic necessity shopping for 10:30 am on a Sunday.|
It was business as usual. Except this slightly odd exchange on the way out:
Kind of weird, right? I figured one of two things was happening.
1. He assumed every adult female human was a mother. This is bad for many reasons, akin to asking a woman when her baby is due. Just...no.
2. Wishing someone a "Happy Mother's Day" has now become "celebrating the idea of motherhood so generally that it's normal to do to a total stranger" in which case, my response was perfectly appropriate.
But seriously, can we please stop doing this with holidays? See war on christmas. Here's a suggestion: how about we only wish people a happy fill-in-the-blank if we know they celebrate said holiday? Or else society is going to devolve into this:
|I hope Boyfriend remembered to buy me a present for grandparents' day this year.|