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Reply #30 on: October 07, 2016, 03:34:01 AM
During meals, people who are always licking their fingers with loud smacking sounds, turning a meal into an auditory assault.

While you're waiting in vain for that apology, why don't you make yourself useful by getting on your knees and opening your mouth


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Reply #31 on: October 07, 2016, 03:48:46 AM
During meals, people who are always licking their fingers with loud smacking sounds, turning a meal into an auditory assault.

My 4 year old does that. I can't fault her. It's so cute when she does it and goes "mmmmmmmmm yummy".  :D

What in cousin-fuckin’ tarnation Alabama Betty Crocker Miss fuckin' Betty White shit is this?


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Reply #32 on: October 07, 2016, 04:23:21 AM
During meals, people who are always licking their fingers with loud smacking sounds, turning a meal into an auditory assault.

My 4 year old does that. I can't fault her. It's so cute when she does it and goes "mmmmmmmmm yummy".  :D


That's understandable for a 4 year old, and even cute. Adults however............

While you're waiting in vain for that apology, why don't you make yourself useful by getting on your knees and opening your mouth


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Reply #33 on: October 09, 2016, 01:57:57 PM
Our coffee machine at work is a Keurig, with the pods. 

When I finish making my cup, I open the top and take my pod and throw it away, leaving it empty for the next person.

But when ever I open the lid to make my cup, a used pod is already there.

I haven't said anything.  Am I being too nit picky?

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Reply #34 on: October 09, 2016, 06:22:58 PM
Our coffee machine at work is a Keurig, with the pods. 

When I finish making my cup, I open the top and take my pod and throw it away, leaving it empty for the next person.

But when ever I open the lid to make my cup, a used pod is already there.

I haven't said anything.  Am I being too nit picky?

I don't think so. It's only polite to take the pod out when your done.



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Reply #35 on: October 11, 2016, 04:30:20 PM



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Reply #36 on: October 11, 2016, 04:47:58 PM
People not knowing the difference between your and you're. My children know it. Why does 99% of the population not?
« Last Edit: October 11, 2016, 05:24:29 PM by ChirpingGirl »

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Reply #37 on: October 11, 2016, 05:16:47 PM
So many to comment on --

toilet lid -- if we put ours down, the animals think they will die of thirst (1 dog, 3 cats). We have several proper water dishes distributed around the house. However, they seem to prefer the toilet water.

parking -- we don't have lines on the ground to delineate parking spots. Rather we have red markers on the structure that holds the electrical plug-ins. The idea is that you park BETWEEN the red markers. The number of complaints I hear when a new person parks improperly is quite large. We could go a week and not have any coffee made and hear fewer complaints.

dishes left in sink -- a favourite of mine but I keep my mouth shut. My wife likes to wash the pots and then leave them to drip dry in the sink. My little bit of OCD just goes nuts but I say nothing in the spirit of marital harmony. The dishwasher gets emptied by whom ever ran it so that task is pretty much split 50/50.

laundry -- I have no pet peeves about laundry. My wife doesn't like the way I do it so she does it. I do, however, take care of my own work clothes.




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Reply #38 on: October 11, 2016, 06:13:34 PM

My little bit of OCD just goes nuts but I say nothing in the spirit of marital harmony. The dishwasher gets emptied by whom ever ran it so that task is pretty much split 50/50.


You are a wise man...and a good husband. Props!



toilet lid -- if we put ours down, the animals think they will die of thirst (1 dog, 3 cats). We have several proper water dishes distributed around the house. However, they seem to prefer the toilet water.


I have a minor obsession with keeping the toilet lid down.

I've never really understood the whole women complaining about men leaving the toilet seat up thing. I mean, it's a courteous thing for men to do, but I've never found it all that difficult to just put it down before I take a seat...








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Reply #39 on: October 12, 2016, 02:23:40 AM
During my runs, when people roll through stop signs and red lights so they don't have to wait the extra 10 seconds for me to run across the street in front of their car.

Just tonight.   The jackwad made eye contact and pulled up in the crosswalk and was about to gun it, but the car coming from his right was moving to fast, so he stopped.    He gives me this "sorry" look and gives a wave.   I yelled, "Thank you.  Not!"   Oh, I was so mad, I just wanted to yell something really mean at him.

I had someone pull a dumb stunt like that in a grocery store parking lot right in front of the front door (where it's hatched STOP FOR PEDESTRIANS).  I was already IN that crossing zone when the asshat gunned the engine from ~50 feet away, then slammed on the brakes, coming to a stop less than a foot from where I'd been...  In the second before impact, I'd jumped UP and TOWARDS him, landing with both boots on the hood of his sports car, denting it in against the motor (which let out a REALLY horrific squeal).  The guy dived out and started giving me a ration of shit, but a security guard was standing right there and saw everything.  I told Mr Charm School that if he didn't shut the fuck up, I was calling the police and filing charges for attempted murder, and the guard backed me up.

I'd been hit by a car (like in MintJulie's story) a few years earlier, so I don't take prisoners.  The guy never stopped at the STOP sign or crosswalk, and caught me with the mirror.

I had another incident (even earlier) when I was on a 10-speed bike on the through street.  The guy blew the STOP sign on the T-street and I went over his hood.  He also gave me a pile of shit for denting his car, and I told him either give me $100 cash to fix my bike or I was calling a cop.  He paid and shut up.  The bike needed a new front fork and wheel.

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My pet peeve is people driving psychopathically fast in residential areas.  Here in Dallas all the residential zones are 30MPH, yet I frequently hear people going over 60 down the street near me, in the evening when visibility is poor and kids are out.  One car last night sounded like it was over 100.  In a different residential area of Dallas a few months back, 10AM Saturday morning the traffic was ALL jacked up, and when I got up to it I saw one of our sterling citizens standing next to his $UV, and it was upside down in someone's front yard, with two other severely dented cars scattered around it.  Again, 30MPH posted speed.  You can't GET a big SUV upside down at that speed.

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Reply #40 on: October 12, 2016, 08:45:35 AM
During meals, people who are always licking their fingers with loud smacking sounds, turning a meal into an auditory assault.

Agreed.  And people that chew with their mouth's open.

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Reply #41 on: October 12, 2016, 03:26:08 PM
People who don't look before reversing then you have to honk at them so they don't hit you.  :roll:



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Reply #42 on: October 12, 2016, 05:40:38 PM



toilet lid -- if we put ours down, the animals think they will die of thirst (1 dog, 3 cats). We have several proper water dishes distributed around the house. However, they seem to prefer the toilet water.


I have a minor obsession with keeping the toilet lid down.

I've never really understood the whole women complaining about men leaving the toilet seat up thing. I mean, it's a courteous thing for men to do, but I've never found it all that difficult to just put it down before I take a seat...








The seat gets put back down when I'm done. The lid on the other hand -- dog and cats would complain if we did.

I get smacked ever time I ask "Who's responsible for keeping your ass dry?"




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Reply #43 on: October 12, 2016, 06:54:50 PM
My kids always lower the toilet seat.

You fuckin' savages.  :roll:

What in cousin-fuckin’ tarnation Alabama Betty Crocker Miss fuckin' Betty White shit is this?


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Reply #44 on: October 12, 2016, 10:08:05 PM

People not knowing the difference between your and you're. My children know it. Why does 99% of the population not?


Your 4-year-old knows the difference between "your" and "you're"? Wow, you're raising a little genius!

And your infant also knows the difference? Baby Einstein, for sure...





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