Lists of All Kinds

IRRITATIONS

  • People who go slow in high speed traffic lanes and won’t move over.
  • Typos, spelling mistakes, bad grammar by business people writing emails, blogs, twitter and regular mail.
  • People who can’t park properly between the lines in parking lots.
  • People who park too close to the driver’s door making it hard to get out of the car without hitting their car.
  • People who don’t come to a full stop at all-way, 3-way and any stop sign.
  • People who don’t signal a lane change until they have actually changed lanes.
  • Tailgaters. Especially those in low speed areas.
  • Techies without people skills.
  • People who go slower than posted speeds, especially on highways.
  • People who think they are marketing/advertising experts.
  • Church groups knocking on my door asking if I have let God into my life.
  • Old people (anyone) butting in line.
  • Seniors pushing in line when it isn’t moving.
  • Alex Trebek constantly correcting pronunciation of words for contestants.
  • Jeopardy contestants being allowed to just give a last name instead of a complete name as an answer.
  • Garbage/recycling scavengers.
  • Small type in newspapers and magazines.
  • Small type on glossy paper.
  • People who line up in the 8 items (express) or less lane with too many items and the cashiers who let them.
  • Lack of municipal weed control.
  • People who park wherever they like.
  • Tailgating truckers, especially Ford 150s.
  • Windows tinted so dark you can’t see the driver.
  • People who finish other people’s sentences for them. Are they mind readers?
  • People who start talking to someone else after they asked you a question and you started to answer.
  • Made in China.
  • Losing golf balls.
  • Unsupervised children in restaurants.
  • Guns.
  • Jihadists.
  • People who ring the doorbell then start knocking as if the bell doesn’t work.
  • People who ring, ring, ring the doorbell.
  • Crying babies on airplanes. They should have a special section.
  • People who say ‘youse’ instead of ‘you’. You is the plural of you.
  • Large blocks of copy in newspapers and magazines without headlines or subheads. Comics never in the same part of the paper from day to day.
  • Servers who say “do you want change” instead of “I will bring you your change”
  • Telemarketers.
  • People who let their dogs bark longer than a few minutes. Jack Russell terriers are the worst.
  • Lima beans.
  • Windows Vista.
  • Politicians who never give a straight answer to a question. That would be all of them. It’s always a spin.
  • Traffic circles.
  • Store alarms that go off for no reason when you leave the store. Makes you feel like a criminal especially when  everyone looks at you.
  • People who enter stores by the clearly marked Exit entrance.
  • People who leave their outdoor Christmas lights and decorations up all year.
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January 28, 2015 Posted by | Miscellaneous | Leave a comment