Note: not shopping related.
Last night my husband and I went to dinner at Daniel, which, like a few other nice restaurants, has a revolving door in the entrance. While I have some standard chivalry preferences (like having the door/car door held open for me or entering/exiting an elevator first), when it comes to revolving doors, I jump in when there the door is already moving, but if it's still, I hang back and let him do the work.
As we were leaving dinner, a couple (obviously in the early dating phase) walked up to the revolving door, and the young man let the girl go first. She went forward but turned around and shrilly asked, "You want me to push?" And then he stammered, "Uh, no, I just wanted, you know, to let you go first". I, of course, started laughing. And he's right, there's no way for men to win with a revolving door. Go first and you're insensitive, go second and you're lazy. Women really ARE complicated!