I get really frustrated by people who act any way they want to -- especially at work. I was completely shocked by the eye-rolling, head-shaking and disapproving sounds that she was making while my/her boss was speaking. Totally unacceptable.
My dad just mentioned a scene from a Paul Newman film called 'The Verdict' that takes place in the Oak Bar at the Plaza Hotel in New York; after some sort of confrontation with a female attorney, Paul Newman's character punches the woman in the face. As wrong as punching someone in the face is -- I would imagine that it's also *deeply* satisfying.
Clearly, this has nothing to do with walking 60 miles. It is, however, possibly symptomatic of being almost-30 -- that is, having less and less patience for unprofessional crap.
I did get to hold a coworker's new baby for a while this afternoon when she came to visit for another co-worker's baby shower; that made me almost forget about wanting to punch the stupid woman.