Now, here's a silly observation I noticed.
And I'm not sure if it's cause of the way I was raised up or if it's just something inherent about the US culture. You know when you're driving (at least in the US) you drive on the right hand side of the road? Or if you're in NYC you MUST stay to the right of the escalator or else you'll get ran over by somebody trying to pass you on the left side of the escalator?
Well, some reason I see that trend not only on the roads, but also in areas such as crowded hallways, stairwells, sidewalks, ect. Now, I'm wondering if this is true everywhere in the US or if it's just something that's weird with me. Cause, since I was little (Junior High school) the teachers yelled at us "Walk on the Right side of the hallway or else you'll get detention!" So, now walking on the right side is a complete habit now.
So... humor me with this ridiculous question: Which side of a sidewalk/hallway/staircase/ect do you walk on?