Not sure if these two folks are on here or not.
I stopped by Smiths last night to pick up a few items. Walk in the store, pick up my handy basket and make my way to the produce section. I pass by two people and notice one OCing...shirt was mostly covering it, couldn't tell the holster or weapon. Just caught it out of the corner of my eye.
Anyway...continue my shopping, go from one end of the store to the other and go back to produce since I'm feeling like getting some salad to take to work. You and your buddy (looked to be concealed) kept doing circles in the produce then went to the tasty fruit and vegatable drinks and start yelling about how there isn't enough percentage of carrots in this drink.
Why you were circling the same area for the 10+ minutes I was in the store in addition to however long you were in there before me...I have no idea. Why you decided to say something to your friend and hurry out of the store when you see a Smiths employee watching you two is beyond me. If you're looking for an encounter, I was going to ask you what you were carrying and strike up a conversation until you two started acting like a couple of young teenagers trying to attract attention and left with a quickness.
Protip....even though your OCing was partially covered up, folks do notice and I would normally be glad to strike up a conversation. But if you're actively seeking a negative encounter by hovering over the same area of the store for a long time without buying anything just to 'educate' someone, you're doing it wrong.
If I'm wrong and the two of you just like to jump around a store acting like tweens by pretending to smash bottles across your knee and making arguments about the percentage of carrot juice in a drink, you might want to take a second thought about the face you're showing to folks who notice what's on your hip.