I (used to and/or will) work (or studied) in a place overwhelmed with people, where the buildings are at least 5 storeys high and have only three or four elevators. As a result, people often have to wait long not only to get in elevators, but also to reach the floor they want to. Sometimes it takes so long I take stairs even for floors above level 5 or so, knowing I'll reach there earlier.
Thus it irks me when I see young, healthy, non-disabled people taking the elevator to go only one/two floors up/down. It's really time-wasting for the others (imagine the time wasted to stop at the designated floor, open the door, halt for a moment, and then go again, at every single floor, going up and down!), not to mention space occupying, especially for those who really need elevators.
Sadly, the signs on the elevator buttons hardly have any effects.
How do you feel about this?