As you can tell, this really frosts my cookies. In college I worked at a Pier 1, and we were required to make all aisles wide enough for a wheelchair to fit through (I think it was about a 3 foot space). At what point was this law thrown by the wayside? If my 2 foot wide stroller can't fit through an aisle, then certainly a wheelchair can't! As a mama who truly enjoys the art of shopping and finding a great deal, I've decided to start a one mama crusade against Size Zero aisles. (Yes, by Size Zero I am referring to the ridiculously skinny pant size that this mama's booty will never fit into : ) ) So what classifies as a Size Zero aisle?
- If I can't fit my stroller down the aisle without risking suffocation for my child due to clothes sweeping over her face, it's a Size Zero aisle
- If I have to turn my stroller on it's two side wheels to turn around, it's a Size Zero aisle
- If I have to back out of an aisle like a parking spot or perform a three-point turn, it's a Size Zero aisle