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The things that I find annoying, frustrating, or altogether intolerable.

  • Migraines.
  • Realizing I am out of painkillers at the worst possible moment; ie. the onslaught of a migraine.
  • When people say they are going to call or text, yet they consistently fail to do so. I've learned to take this comment with a grain of salt. However, if you say you're going to do something, do it. It takes 30 seconds to place a phonecall / text.
  • When people have absolutely zero consideration for how their actions, words, or gestures affect others around them.
  • Seeing someone hurt another being without any sign of remorse. This counts for animals too.
  • When someone cannot control his or her road-rage, even when there is no reason to be in any sort of rush.
  • When someone is constantly negative, and when I don't buy into it, they accuse me of being either insensitive or overly cheerful.
  • Being accused of something I have not done.
  • When someone insists on holding trivial or petty grudges, and when people talk about revenge as if it isn't childish.
  • Being blamed for someone else's shortcomings.
  • Group Projects. I'll do it on my own, thank you very much. Because I abhor counting on notoriously unreliable students, and I greatly dislike the idea of my grade(s) resting partially on their shoulders.
  • Warm Soda. Or Cool coffee.
  • The type of selfish dishonesty that ends up really, really damaging other people. You know, the kind that makes you question whether or not you can even trust yourself if you've been exposed to it for too long.
  • Bullies. And people that justify those actions. Same with abuse. I hate it when someone attempts to make me see why someone might deserve it.
  • When someone worries a little too much about MY business.
  • When I see people constantly complaining about entertainers / celebrities like Miley Cyrus, The Jonas Brothers, etc. I mean, I get that they're not necessarily the most talented musicians in the world, but other than that, there's nothing to get overly worked up about. If you don't pay attention to them, you don't have to worry about coming across them all the time. If you stop complaining about how awful they are, you'll be amazed at how quickly they disappear from your life. Plus, it's not like there aren't hundreds of other bands and musicians out there, just waiting for you to look them up and enjoy. So, how about focusing your hatred in a positive manner? Like looking for bands you do like?
  • Merging onto Highway 50 at rush hour.
  • Feeling rushed or hurried for no particular reason, other than for the fact that I've psyched myself out with my own worries.
  • Writing in pen, permanent marker, or any other utensil that I cannot easily correct if I make a mistake.
  • When people read the very first line of one of my blogs, and then assume they know what the rest of the content contains, so they only comment ( superficially, mind you ) on that introductory sentence.
  • Omg: The Grammar Nazi Force; I tire of them. It's like they have this lingering superiority complex that isn't at all justified. They troll around looking for one mistake, and then rip someone's entire character to shreds over it. I mean, come on: how insulted or intimidated can you feel when someone's attacking you based on your grammar? I think these people tend to have some sort of self esteem issues, or maybe they're just consumed with impulsive need(s) to bitch about things that don't really matter.
  • Noticing that absolutely none of the crayons in my crayon box are sharp anymore, and no longer having the means to sharpen them. The same goes for colored pencils, and similarly for markers, except for them, it's drying out.
  • When people are mean or potentially hurtful to my pets.
  • When people are mean or potentially hurtful to a loved one or friend. I'm kind of protective, even when I might not need to be.
  • Getting a flat tire when I need to be somewhere else at a particular time.
  • Colds. The Flu. Stomach aches. Being sick in general.
  • When someone gets a dog ( or cat, I guess ), and all they do is just keep it in the yard, day in and day out. Why even bother getting a pet if you're not going to spend a lot of time with it? In that case, wouldn't it be better to not purchase the animal, so that maybe it could go to a better home, where someone might actually appreciate it? Also, you wouldn't be wasting pay-checks on buying food, supplies, and paying veterinarian bills.
  • When I can't explain myself in a way that's coherent and intelligent, but I know I have a point to make.
  • When people want to turn debates into intensely-hot, emotional arguments.
  • Being in a place with only one restroom, and tons of people.
  • ETC; Under Construction.
jun 21 2009 ∞
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