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Old 08-01-2011, 01:19 PM   #81
 
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Old 08-02-2011, 12:24 AM   #82
 
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People in apartments who do not respect their neighbor's parking spaces!
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Old 08-02-2011, 02:01 AM   #83
 
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People in apartments who do not respect their neighbor's parking spaces!
I'd totally report someone for taking my space!
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Old 08-02-2011, 11:07 AM   #84
 
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Drivers who lazily meander between lanes. Lane changes should be signaled and made decisively. Simply drifting from one lane to another is just rude to the people around you, who need to make decisions about their own paths based in your behavior.

Basically, bad drivers.

Posted from my smart phone; please excuse typos or brevity.
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Old 08-02-2011, 11:14 AM   #85
 
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And you know what? While I'm here, let's add "people who leer" to the list. I get that you want to look at my boobs... They're pretty great, who wouldn't? But seriously, glance and then leave it alone. Sitting there staring at them isn't cool.

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Old 08-02-2011, 10:04 PM   #86
 
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I really don't like inappropriate message tees. They are especially bad on children.

Example: "Hung Like Daddy"

I saw that on a baby boy's onsie today.
Omfg are you serious? Like I want to have my thoughts turned to the size if your babies penis. Totally twisted and not even funny.
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I really don't like inappropriate message tees. They are especially bad on children.

Example: "Hung Like Daddy"

I saw that on a baby boy's onsie today.
Omfg are you serious? Like I want to have my thoughts turned to the size if your babies penis. Totally twisted and not even funny.
Completely and totally serious...
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Old 09-28-2011, 06:25 PM   #88
 
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high pitched voices... o.mi.gosh
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Old 09-28-2011, 08:21 PM   #89
 
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When men pee on the toliet seat and just leave it there and I especially can't stand it when I find pee on the seat right after I cleaned the bathroom.

When people have finished eating something saucy and they don't rinse their dish before leaving it in the sink so when I come to wash dishes the plate has hard tomato sauce stuck to it.

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Old 09-28-2011, 11:12 PM   #90
 
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I have a lot but I hate when people slurp stuff. And I hate when things taste refridgerated

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Old 09-29-2011, 06:22 AM   #91
 
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LOL! That drives me insane too! And when people don't properly punctuate a sentence when texting. Or everything is misspelled to make it smaller.
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Old 09-29-2011, 07:04 AM   #92
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I hate to say it, but personalized license plates. Yes, I had them with my first car.

I guess it's because I see FAR more obnoxious ones in my area than cute ones. I know it's a free country--and goodness knows I'm not all that much of a kid person--but "H8te Kids"? Really??? I mean, you're THAT pressed to let the world know???

And BMW/Mercedes owners ALWAYS have some reference to The Lord, Jesus, God or being "blessed". It's sort of...eerie, how many I see. Different ones, too--never the same vehicle. So if you're "blessed" with a Beemer are the rest of us "cursed" with a Honda or a Chevy? SMH.



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Old 09-29-2011, 07:07 AM   #93
 
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When my grandmother doesn't flush the toilet after she uses it. I told her that for every time I see this, I'm going to take off my shorts (skirt/whatever) and come sit with her on the verandah and have a conversation. She hates when I walk around half naked so I'm going to annoy her when she annoys me.

Telling someone the same thing more than twice. I cannot/
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Anything that makes a bad driver.

When someone calls you, and they keep talking to someone else.

When people joke "geez, shut up already", "you're talking way too much", etc. I know I'm quite. STFU before I kill you. (a little much, I know, but when you've heard that 678970000000000000000000000 times...)

Bad grammar. You cannot say "I seen". I saw or I have seen. Their, there, they're; your, you're; sense, since, cents; all that. Really, I've seen "that doesn't make since" written before.
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When people joke "geez, shut up already", "you're talking way too much", etc. I know I'm quite. STFU before I kill you. (a little much, I know, but when you've heard that 678970000000000000000000000 times...)
I feel your pain. I'm really quiet too...and everyone is always like "Karen.. please shut up, you talk way to much." umm? haha?
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When people joke "geez, shut up already", "you're talking way too much", etc. I know I'm quite. STFU before I kill you. (a little much, I know, but when you've heard that 678970000000000000000000000 times...)
I feel your pain. I'm really quiet too...and everyone is always like "Karen.. please shut up, you talk way to much." umm? haha?
What do they think, that saying something like that is gonna make us want to talk more? I'll start talking when I have something to say!
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^egg-zactly! I'm not the kind of person that rambles on about anything
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I hate it when I'm waiting to use the ATM and the person in front uses 5 different cards to withdraw money one after the other. Annoying.
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When you are around someone and their kid is coughing and sneezing all over the place and they claim it is just allergies. My whole family is sick right now from a kid's "allergies" ...ugh!

Oh and watching people text and drive. Scares me to death to be driving near them! Less of a pet peeve, more of a panic inducing fear, haha.

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When people talk to me like I'm stupid. You're pretty much on my $h!t list forever if you talk to me like I'm five years old or stupid. I'm a very intelligent, well spoken (for the most part) person. Treat me as such. Yes, I do have days where my brain isn't firing on all cylinders. That doesn't give you license to treat me like I don't know what I'm doing.

Coworkers who think I'm their minion/and or that I don't know what I'm doing. Had a coworker demand that I share my calendar with her so she could schedule an appt. on my calendar. I sent the request, she says she can't see anything (this is on Microsoft Outlook, BTW), so I send the share request again. She replies back saying it still didn't work and she doesn't think I did the permissions right in Outlook. Listen, honey...once I give you permission to view my calendar, there is nothing I could possibly do to screw it up. Turns out I had to access our e-mail through our online portal because she works from home and give her access that way. And yes...I figured that out all on my own. She couldn't even tell me if she accessed her e-mail through the online portal. Did I get a thank you for figuring out how to make it work for her? No. I e-mailed her and asked if it worked...no reply. So I instant messaged her and asked her if she can finally see my calendar...10 minutes after my instant message, she responds, "Yeah, I can see it now." No thank you, no immediate response. Same coworker scheduled the appt. for her student, then had the balls to ask me to e-mail her after the appointment with her student with the debrief. First of all...what are we, in the freaking military?! Debrief?! Second, we have a database system that we ALL use to reduce the need for the exact thing she's asking for. If she wants her freaking debrief, she can go read the notes in the database. She can wait until the end of time for an e-mail debrief. I have 50 new students a month I work with and I put notes daily on each one of those 50 students into that database. I'll be damned if I'll add another duty because she's too lazy to look the information up in the correct location.

Sorry for the rant, but she was on my last nerve today. Messing with me when I'm required to work on a Saturday is not a good idea.

People just "forgetting" to give me information. I never know what's going on in my family. I found out 1 week before that my dad was having knee replacement surgery. 1 week! Then, you know, they made it all better by saying it wasn't a secret and all the other kids knew and even the members of their church knew. Well, it makes me feel soooo much better that you told everybody BUT me. And I had been there 3 times that week.

People who slurp their drinks or soup.

People who cannot chew with their mouths closed.

People who talk with their mouths full. I do not want to see the half-chewed food in your mouth while you're talking to me...nor do I want to listen to the sound of your voice while said food rolls around in your crawl. I can wait to hear what you have to say until after you've chewed and swallowed. I promise.

People who are constant Eeyore's in your life. You know the kind...they always are anticipating the worst and don't allow you to have a wonderful moment without throwing a wet blanket on it with their negativity. Also known as emotional leeches or vampires because they suck all the life and/or fun out of you when you're around them.

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