These are just some of the annoying things in life:
Coffee without caffeine.
Wine without alcohol.
Candy without sugar.
No one can make a decent diet root beer,
Your cell phone running out of battery power when you are on a trip and you left the charger at home and you have to go to Wal-Mart and pay $14 for an extra charger.
Leaving the bathroom fan going, sitting down in the living room, hearing that annoying bathroom fan and having to get back up and turn it off.
Anyone that thinks a business e-mail is like texting and writes ” r u 2 late 4 meeting.”
Being stuck in traffic and then starting to wonder if you left the iron on?
Never seeing a local woman newscaster who is not young, sweet and bubbly.
People who put LONG mission statements on PowerPoint slides and then read you the entire mission statement.
Any airplane flight that you have to get up at 4.a.m. for.
Loud people entering a room.
Women who worry about toenail polish
People who live in trailer parks who are astonished when a tornado wipes the park out.
People who live in “The Flats” and are shocked when their house is flooded.
Anyone who says they “want to send their kid to a GOOD college.” Just once I want to hear someone say, I want to send my kid to a terrible college.”
Women who say they are going out with their “girlfirends.” Fine, then I am going out with my “boyfriends”.
Anyone who doesn’t love the shortest joke in the world – Man walks into a bar. Ow!
College students who still mix up their and there and its and it’s. Its not there fault.
Paying the airlines extra money just to lose my bags.
People who make lists of annoying things.
People who use the word “get” when writing an essay. Use a verb instead. PLEASE!!
When the red light changes and you are not finished texting.
When they call employees “team members.”
When someone keeps hiding my remote and I live alone.
Cold coffee and warm beer.
Apple pie WITHOUT ice cream.
Annoying ads with naked people sitting in bathtubs looking at a sunset.
Tenure. Who gets job security only after working three years?
Teachers who complain about their pay. Nobody forced them to be teachers. They could have chosen another college major.
Boston Red Sox fans.
People who expect the government to make their lives better.
Any politician who says they are a “fiscal conservative”. Like anyone believes that.
When airlines have a “near miss.” Isn’t that a “near hit”?