I hate it when someone else drives my car and:
leaves it empty of gas
moves the seat into contorted positions so that you can't fix it back to the way you like it
leaves it caked with mud, dirt, salt and everything inbetween
leaves their garbage in it
leaves the radio on full blast to some distateful station
leaves the windshield fluid empty
kills the battery
punctures the tire
gets a ticket for running a red light....
don't think I'll lend out my car today....
I hate it when a telemarketer just does not understand no , no matter how many times or how you put it to them..and then they call back for days in a row
I hate it when someone drinks the last can of Mt.Dew and leaves the empty box in the fridge
I hate when thoughts keep jumping in my mind and I cant do about anything relaxing
I hate it when Blondepoet doesn't show up in the forums.
I hate waiting at a bus stop, and then someone else smoking a cigarette comes and stands next to me, forcing me to move because one person or more decides to pollute the bus stop. They have such entitlement. Why can't they stand away from the bus stop and then put out their cigarette when their bus shows up. Huh? Why force me to me?
I hate it when someone says "purrrrfect", each time I have successfully supplied the information they were looking for.
I hate it when my name has a shadow next to it from before
Oh and I hate satin sheets
by Maddie Ruud 7 years ago
I'm working late, and answering angry emails combined with endless moderation has got me down. I'm trying to concentrate on the little things that make me smile. I thought I'd start a thread so I can keep checking back and getting a fix of positivity while I plod through some more...
by Annette Thomas 9 years ago
Bugs the stuffins outta me. You hear ,"Okay...I'll call you tomorrow." Tomorrow comes, no call. You think, duh? So what's the deal? Then there's the ever-ending "I'll contact you as soon as I can get away...." Then NO CONTACTO. Especially when somebody does it...
by Lisa HW 9 years ago
I suppose I'm just trying to find out if I'm the only one with this particular "backlinking disability" (maybe it should be a new, officially-named, mental disorder, "BDD" - Backlinking Disability Disorder). This thread is part venting, part hoping someone can point out...
by Susan Reid 8 years ago
Here's my example. My husband left this morning on a five-day fishing trip with his buddies. I honestly am happy for him going. But I was annoyed that he spent the last week packing, buying a new fishing rod, really getting into the whole thing (basically extending the time "away" well...
by getpaidtopost 9 years ago
Everybody has a phobia of some sort, My Phobia is heights, I am terrified of heights, I get a sensational erg to jump and for this reason I am stay away from heights, just in case i did jump.Weird thing is I love flying. Maybe this is why I get the erg to jump.What is your phobia?
by kallini2010 2 years ago
What do you do when your teenage child tells you "I hate you!"?If there is one phrase to make parents to fly off the handle it is this one "I hate you!", but there is whole repertoire of very effective combat starters like "You're ruining my life!", "I am sorry I...
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