Have you ever been uncertain about the floor you parked on in a parking garage? If not, you either don’t park in a parking garage very often, or have an assigned space. So what does this have to do with anything? I am not sure, but the other day when I was balking at the elevator door in my parking garage and was obviously uncertain about the location of my car, the guy in the elevator says, “Big World – Big Garage”. What could that comment possibly mean? Was I being heckled in the elevator of the parking garage that I use every day or did I miss that pithy quote in a famous movie. As I hesitated exiting the elevator longer than I would have had the guy kept his mouth shut, all I could think to say as I walked away was “Thanks for that”.
Seriously…Big World – Big Garage….did this guy just have to say something? Wouldn’t “good luck” be more encouraging and helpful? I don’t want to seem overly sensitive, but I still wonder what the message was supposed to be. I guess I will never know, but I may make a t-shirt…..Big World – Big Garage……would you buy??