Orillia ON — Pulling out of her parking spot at Sobey’s, the seatbelt alarm flashed loudly at Nancy Echok as she began driving away. Her seatbelt was nice and snug so it was insulting to have that seatbelt light flashing in her face when she was the only person in the car. She looked over and figured it must be the grocery bags sitting in the front seat that must be setting it off. She put up with it for the first minute before shouting “It’s a bag of groceries, you dumbass car. You can put a man on the moon but can’t distinguish a bag of milk and cheese from a grown human?” The car, seemingly unaware of what she just yelled continued beeping and flashing its pathetic little light. Her anger boiled over to the point she drifted in the other lane, thankfully the car warned her about that too. She composed herself and came to the realization that she could just put her groceries in the trunk from now on and that she shouldn’t be angry with the idiot car. She put the seatbelt on her groceries and drove home.