Both complaints involve emails so far.... too much time online?
That would be annoying Maddie - I've seen some sites that specifically have a message such as "Please double check your email address since we have many emails we cannot answer due to incorrect addresses."
People who wear dark glasses when they are talking to you. You can't see their eyes and all you see is your own reflection. I get very distracted and start checking out my background and trying to figure out if the clothes I'm wearing makes me look fat or not. lol All I hear is... Blah Blah Blah...
Shoot. I've been wearing sunglasses inside lately, but only because I've had this terrible headache for 6+ months that makes me light-sensitive. I only do it on especially bad days, or under fluorescents. But you'd probably think I'm completely obnoxious if you didn't know that.
Flourescents are a common problem for some people - Your employers part of your contract makes it encumbent upon them to provide a suitable workspace - so get them changed or turned off or shielded - This comes from my short months working in a government office where this kind of issue was a much higher priority than actually working
Oooh, I've got another one (non-internet related, now that WryLit made me feel bad for spending so much time online ). I hate when people on the subway or the bus sit in the outside seat and don't move when things start to get crowded... and then if you ask them if you can sit down, they 1) give you a dirty look, and 2) make you squeeze your big butt by them, as opposed to either scooting in or getting up to let you past.
And Maddie, don't feel bad - I probably spend between 6-12 hours a day on the 'net when not at work. In between other stuff but... I have to check my emails, my adsense, my amazon, my comments, my facebook, my other email..... a whole list of things, multiple times a day!
Luckily I don't have to take public transport. I'd probably kill someone.
I'm in FL too... Miami... but I guess I can talk to you wearing your glasses, as long as you dont mind the fact I'm too distracted to actually listen to a word you're saying... hahaha... I am so A.D.D.
I don't have one small annoyance that ruins any day. My days are more fraught with zillions of minor annoyances that add up and ruin one minute at a time (at least if I leave the house, that is). Of course, I'm not above re-hashing those little annoyances over and over again to other people, as my way of making sure ruin yet more minutes of my own and of other people. Irritable people of a feather stick together.
Funny thing about coffee is that it helps me wake up but only up to a certain point. My students know not to tell me anything of relevance or ask me questions until past 9:30am. That's about the time I'm awake. They come up to me, take a look at me and say: "Ok, I will come back to talk to you later!" hahahaha... I'm not making this up. This is true!
My annoyance.......living with someone that is addicted to sooooo many things that they MUST have or their life is in turmoil. There is nothing that we could be out of, other than toilet paper, that would ruin my day.
In Cuba we found out that there are many rewards to using the newspaper as substitute for toilet paper. 1. Nobody can tell you your as$ is too pale.(ink smudges) 2. You recycle! You read the paper while sitting down, when you finish the page it is given a second life. 3. You'll become a Smart As$!!!
This is wonderful *news* as such as I believe most of the news is usually about sex, scandals, murder, mayhem, ya know the usual weekly shenanigans and who wants to hear about that cr*p week in week out
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