So im at home with my mom like every other day and i offered to go grocery shopping for her at Costco to get some things that she needed. I went to the one on sossaman and the 60 at around noon, and i do not know what the heck i was thinking SERIOUSLY!! I pulled into a PACKED parking lot and was so confused wondering why in the middle of the day on a thursday it was sooo busy, i was so curious until i walked in. I was overwhelmed and suddenly had a wave of anxiety by the crowd of senior citizens. Let me back up really quick, ive always been uneasy and would almost go as far as to say have had a case of Gerontophobia (fear of old people). When i was younger i went on a class field trip to a nursing home where i was assigned to a certain older lady who kept telling me she was my grandma and that she gave me the earrings that i was wearing (as she kept trying to hug me and touch my ears and hair). Never really having a grandma you can see how this could be pretty frightening for a little girl. Well to this day my feelings towards senior citizens have always been uneasy. So here i am just walked into costco shoulder to shoulder with all these old men and woman and i was fine but as my shopping trip went on my emotions changed from uneasiness/fear to annoyance/impatience. It was HORRIBLE, THEY were horrible! I cant even tell you how many times i got cut off by electric shopping carts and regular ones and given dirty looks, and been "hummmpff'd" at. I think besides the box boys working there i was the only one under 50. I cant believe how bold these old folks were, i was amazed! It was more packed than it was on christmas eve, the line was back by the books (for those of you who shop at costco, you know what im talking about!) so i get in line and two people knocked my cart out of the way and were all pissed off at me like i had cut them when in fact they were cutting me in line! Lucky for them i am completely non confrontational and just let it go. All i know is that i will NEEEVVEEERRR shop at the sossaman costco again unless its after 4 or 5 pm when the oldies are snug in bed!