(Closed) Little things that make you want to rip your hair out for no apparent reason….

posted 9 years ago in The Lounge
Post # 18
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3519 posts
Sugar bee
  • Wedding: March 2012

The girls in my office sit around talking while I’m on a deadline and I just want to scream, “I don’t give a flying F*** about the GD pony you’re getting two months from now for your spoiled brat’s party!!!!!!!”

Whew!  I feel so much better now!

Post # 20
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Bee Keeper
  • Wedding: May 2010

can i vent also???   my husband announced this week that he will be retiring (not quitting but actual early retirement) by december and going back to university full time to do an astrology course and buying telescopes and whatever other toys on this planet he already doesnt already own

which was followed by me promptly telling him how it will be and that he can do uni part time and work 3 days per week but im not going to have him flit around campus full time enjoying himself like a teenager because thats not what grown ups do

oh and my trip to europe next month – hes tagging along to take photos of whatever while im working

Post # 21
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Buzzing bee
  • Wedding: June 2011

Oh man. I had one of those days on Sunday and I don’t really feel like I can go without sharing it any longer!

I woke up at 5am (I usually don’t wake up until 8 – perfect time for me) so I was grumpy already also, so I took DH to work because we are down a car, I drive two hours away to return an expensive purse that I didn’t need in the first place and we REALLY need the money right now. I realized the store didn’t open until noon so I waited around the city because I already paid for bridge toll and gas.

So I get to the store after paying for parking, waiting for this place to open, I walk in and they look at me like I’m trash because I’ve been sweating from walking hills with my stroller and little man for nearly 4 hours. They told me I couldn’t return it because I forgot the dust bag. The dust bag that costs .50 cents. The dust bag that NO body uses.

I paid for a full tank of gas to get there and bank and go there again, paid for parking twice and really just wanted to RIP the hair out of the manager who worked at this store. But… I didn’t. It was just one of those days!

Post # 22
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Sugar bee
  • Wedding: March 2012

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@Corilee13: Bahahahaha… I wish it was a joke, but this chick is SO bad about spoiling her kids.  She got a pony… 2 actually, one for her daughter and one for all the other kids to ride around her back yard.

Post # 23
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2583 posts
Sugar bee
  • Wedding: June 2012

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@MrsCoachBtoBee: Texting and driving was definitely my first thought too! Ugh.

People who have no control over their kids and make no attempt to gain control. If your two year old is screaming while you’re shopping for make up, TAKE THE KID HOME. Nobody wants to hear you swearing violently at your screaming child who has to pee while you’re doing your beauty shopping.

Also, the people who park in the middle of my driveway, when there is plenty of room for two side-by-side cars- if only you’d move a foot either way I could exit my driveway but NO, you picking up your kids from school and being too lazy to walk a block to get them means you’re completely entitled to parking in my private driveway, right in the middle, so I can’t get out.

 

Post # 25
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3482 posts
Sugar bee
  • Wedding: February 2011

I hate it when someone parks in the space next to mine in my building’s garage. It’s seriously the worst space in the entire garage, tiny and right next to a wall, and there are at least a dozen other bigger available spaces peppered throughout the rest of the garage. Why must you park next to me, douchecanoe in the shitty ancient burgundy Toyota? Now between you wedged in there, the monstrosity of a luxury sedan parked opposite me, and the pillar on my other side, it’s 10x harder to get out of my space. Thanks for that.

The last person who used to park there would idle her car FOREVER before she left. After she caught me glaring at her one morning as I breathed in her noxious exhaust on the way to my vehicle, she switched to a different space, lol.

Post # 26
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2792 posts
Sugar bee
  • Wedding: May 2011

People who go grocery shopping and walk around like they’re the only friggin ones in the world! Oh, let me just leave my cart here in the middle of the god damn aisle while I chase my two screaming 5 year olds up and down the store yelling at them to put back the candy. Ok, onto the chips. Now let me stand here for 10 minutes blocking everyone’s path deciding if I want friggin plain or barbecue!

UGH! I wish I could online grocery shop. Hate it.

Post # 27
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2247 posts
Buzzing bee

I don’t really try to let what other people choose to do on their Facebooks get on my nerves, I just hide them from my newsfeed, easy as that.  It takes a lot for a person to get to that point with me, but if all you do is post games or those copy and paste statuses, you’re getting hidden!

Something that really grinds my gears, and happens fairly often, is people that don’t respect my personal space in stores.  EVERY time I go shopping this happens.  Like, when I go to TJ Maxx.  The clothing aisles are small.  Not big enough for two people to get past each other, whatsoever.  Yet, there is always the person who sees me looking through the racks, stands there like I’m supposed to rush off to let them through, then aims their cart right towards me and steers it down the aisle, blocking me from continuing to look at the other clothes.  Then, I have to turn around and leave the aisle.  One time this lady was rightbesideme while I was looking at swimsuits, so I went to the other side of the rack… here she comes!  So, I went back to the other side… here she comes!  I got so frustrated I gave her a bitchy look and walked off.

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