Ya know, when someone who is driving is going to turn a corner (and of course not bother with a turn signal) it would be refreshing that they make their way through the turn in a timely manner rather than come to a complete stop, then turning. Nope...no stop sign involved nor any traffic light to make them stop. Just a very very slow driver who seems timid. This is usually at a business where the driver wishes to go into a parking lot. Ah...but I duly note that no one made me Queen nor Supreme Ruler who gets to say who does what, and when. Drat!
It's a bit more aggravating when you are waiting to make a left turn at a traffic light with no left turn lead and you see that the opposing traffic has a vehicle approaching about to that point where you cannot safely take a chance on turning until they go by. That vehicle you're waiting for to come on through so that you may turn left surely has a brick wedged under the gas pedal so that the accelerator may not be pressed to afford more than, say...oh, I dunno...perhaps 15 mph until they labor through the intersection. (Where you have waiting, hoping for a chance to turn left before the next red light).
I also have noted that I don't get to say that MY timetable is more important than theirs! Double drat!
At least it is not as bad as being behind someone who is texting. They continue to sit at the light when it's is green. They weave and wobble as they proceed down the street after some heartfelt honks of the horn at them. However, I would rather be behind them than approaching them from the opposite direction as you never know where they will veer off to. That thought just brought a memory from "back in the day" when mobile phones had not yet been made available. I have seen folks with a newspaper propped up on the steering wheel hurtling down the interstate. They stayed in the "slow" lane...you navigated around them. Also, back then I used to see more men driving with their wrist stationed atop the steering wheel. Naturally I never do anything wrong. I am total perfection all the time. Sure! I have more than my share of aggravating driving ways too. I just won't talk about 'em! 😊
P.S. In my header, I took those pictures of those Indian Blanket Flowers...a form of daisy... several years ago. They are one of my favorite flowers. I will bet I would never say a word to one of them if I had to wait for them anywhere in the world. Love them.