The little things that irk us so

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Jane of the Jungle (May 07, 2009, 12:37:08 PM):
Not so much as thing, but a saying that makes my blood boil - "Everything happens for a reason!". Things happen, period. Applying a reason to it after the fact and saying that that was the reason it happened just drives me nuts!
Yeah one of the most freakin negative things to hear from a religious person :-\
and what about "if all goes well" said in a preacher like voice ugh killing me!!!
What the heck, seems like they expect something to go wrong >:(

1. Queues, I will not stand in them and avoid them at all costs. Voting day was a trial.
2. People who stand on top of me in a queue and who usually have a raging cold and who will insist on coughing and spluttering all over me.

1.I also hate the Queuing thing,thats why the internet works so well, if only we could have used it voting :)

2. ......coughing, spluttering or chewing all over me >:(

Through mind control (voluntary evolution/creation) you can theoretically experience "heaven on earth".
Barryl, kind of like “mind over matter”?
BoogieMonster (May 07, 2009, 17:00:00 PM):
When getting on an international flight, how many times is it really necessary to search both me and all my luggage?

Surely once would suffice?

I guess it's not THAT bad but when you've flown a couple of times in a short period, it reaaalllly gets to you.
Wandapec (February 13, 2011, 12:12:39 PM):
Make a wee or do a wee? I have always said that you do a wee; your kidneys make a wee. :P
Faerie (February 14, 2011, 07:18:33 AM):
Bubblegum. I've slapped strangers upside the head and made them spit it out before conversing with them. I knowingly inflicted psychological damage on my children when they were little by imprinting horrible images in their minds about chocking, getting worms and other (now) unimaginable horrors should they eat bubblegum. Neither can abide the stuff now, which suits me just fine.

There is nothing more disgusting than someone speaking whilst chewing that horrible piece of rubber with spit flying all over the place.

Second, tongue piercings, I'm generally a "whatever floats your boat" kind of person, but damn, those things impede your speech, and I'm far too impatient to attempt to listen to someone who willingly subjected themselves to a lisp.
Brian (February 14, 2011, 07:27:46 AM):
Maybe I'm just an egoist but what pisses me off most is when I have to repeat myself in a conversation or when people float of into an imaginary world while you are speaking to them and then they say: "Sorry what's that you were saying?" >:(


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