I’m in a rambling sort of mood this morning so I’m sharing the things that drive me crazy. Some you’ll agree with and some you probably won’t. It’s just this gal’s opinion which probably doesn’t amount to much. Lucky for me this is my space so I can put it out here anyway. Enjoy and have a wonderful weekend!
Men who use the limp fish handshake on women.
We will not break.
Women who use the limp fish handshake on anyone.
Does it take too much out of you to firmly grasp my hand? Maybe you should grab a nap.
People who insist on being miserable.
Why does it even exist?
Yes, I know everyone disagrees with me on this one.
Foul language being used around my child.
A dirty kitchen.
Dinner, concerts, or bars after 9 PM.
That’s right. I’m 32 going on 80.
Do people still watch them?
Using your when it should be you’re.
Emailing and tweeting in all caps.
DO YOU REALIZE YOU ARE YELLING AT EVERYONE?
The working mom versus stay at home mom debate.
Why can’t we all just get along and respect each other?
Dirty public restrooms.
Receiving a Pepsi when I asked for Coke.
They are not the same.
My new computer.
Oversharing on Facebook
Super personal health problems and details of your recent fight with a friend/boyfriend/husband/mother do not belong on Facebook.
Undersharing on Facebook
You know what I’m talking about… the vague posters who simply post “What was that?” or “That was crazy” and then wait for people to start asking for information.
Cars that are parked in two parking spaces.
Not putting shopping carts away and instead leaving them free to roll around the parking lot to ding cars.
Keeping dogs in the yard 24/7 instead of letting them in the house.
Why do you even have pets if not to love and play with them?
Not smiling, giving the ole ‘I acknowledge you’ nod, or saying hi when someone says hello to you.
We once had a neighbor who was so incredibly guilty of this. Challenge accepted. It became a game for my husband and I to say hello as often as possible. Though it resulted in many uncomfortable situations it was highly entertaining.
Slow drivers in the passing lane.
Texting/emailing on your phone while driving.
I have a child and he’s more important than whatever it is you’re saying to someone.
Texting/emailing/playing with the phone while someone is talking to you.
Message received. You do not want to have a conversation. Maybe you should go find a dark hole to crawl into so you can devote yourself full-time to a hermit-like existence.
And easily the number one item on this list…
Anyone who rings the doorbell or knocks on the door while my child is napping.
You are dead to me.