Yes, I completely agree: it's a little odd for me to come back from a week of radio silence with a post about elevator etiquette. But a couple of posts caught my eye, and I just had to share.
I've always been somewhat intrigued by elevator etiquette ever since a conversation over a decade ago with a friend of my then-boyfriend. She was studying for her doctorate in some sort of anthropological studies, and she pointed out that humans have a very particular way of relating in elevators that lets us manage the discomfort of such small, tight quarters.
For example: she said that if you really want to freak out an elevator full of people, get on the elevator and stay facing the back, instead of spinning around. This completely goes against the unspoken, but agreed-upon behavior we all engage in.
It's a pretty funny site in general, particularly when snarky people comment, and other people don't grasp the sarcasm and get seriously bent out of shape. But I'm kind of snarky like that, which is why I find it hilarious.