For as long as I can remember, I have always loved people watching. When I lived in Derby, every Saturday, as a teenager, I used to go to The Eagle Centre and sit and just watch people for hours. I have always been fascinated with human behaviour and have been given a stern look or two when people have fallen over and I have laughed!!! Sorry.
As I have grown older, I am more likely to help those who have fallen over, as I have done it a few times myself.
I am sure we all know someone who likes to show off in a group, and maybe embarrasses us. Or the friend who is very fussy and demanding when they go to eat in a restaurant. Thoughts go around my head wondering why they do what they do.
The main problem that I have when people watching, is that, if a person is doing something that I don't like, I am not able to tell my brain to tell my face that it should look like I am playing poker. I have been told off many times for not concealing my thoughts. That is something I will have to work on. It is very hard though.
Poem reference: The Season I Smile – Supermarket Stare