Skip to comments.Vanity- What grinds your gears?
Posted on 07/02/2010 7:01:42 PM PDT by InvisibleChurch
Pulling out of the drive up at the coffee shop the girl utters, "Have a good one".
men who use those plastic sticks on the grocery check out lanes to separate their cans of beets from the next person's bag of apples. A man ought to be able to defend his turf.
when I say "thank you" and the response is "no problem"
That much is clear.
Stupid A$$ Vanity’s
Buying a Girl a big mac dinner and she won’t put out
“make no mistake”....”let me be perfectly clear”....”blah, blah, blah, crisis, blah, blah”
“Buying a Girl a big mac dinner and she wont put out”
Maybe she was hoping for a super size...
I guess sometimes...if a person says, “irregardless”...? It’s actually not a word. Same for, “tortuous” —that means having lots of turns, not, “associated with torture”. Same for, “artful” —that means dishonest, not artistic.
But I don’t react.
The ones you mentioned don’t bother me.
People who pull out from side roads and you have to break to avoid hitting them, and then they proceed 10 MPH under the speed limit (especially if there was no one behind you).
People who get out of line at a four way stop, drive down the shoulder, and turn right on red whenever the f they feel like it.
At the end of the day
In order: Gatoraide; Ibuprofine; Zomig; head under pillow; some stuff my father gave me, I’m not exactly sure what it is but I’m afraid to take it because I think it’s for crazy people.
Don’t mention it—no problem! Try a nap.
Hope you get to feeling better, I know how miserable it can be.
You've got to kick in a double order of fries, cheap bas.... ;^)
“Let me be clear.”
“Worst crisis since the Great Depression.”
Basically........anything Zero says. Period.
They TOLD you to “have a good one”
Why didn’t you?
That's every day in Central Ohio. Keeps me grinding my teeth.
People who don’t used CAPITALS and punctuation. :>)
People who try to force themselves into the elevator before anyone has been able to exit.
But who pays for the room then ?
60 MPH left lane dirtbags.
It is what it is. (IBFTZ)
People who don’t know the difference between “break” and “brake.” ;)
Something made me mad:
I know this guy who’s courteous, articulate, hard-working, and has great character.
He can’t get a construction job, why? Because he doesn’t speak Spanish. This is in California.
Now he’s homeless, and his in this descending spiral. A completely great guy who doesn’t drink, do drugs, etc.
He tried to go to a “clinica” —some weird medical clinic that treats illegals. This was for a foot infection.
Know why they wouldn’t treat him? NO SPANISH.
This made me completely infuriated.
sorry im real bad at That
People who spell voila as walla or copyright as copywrite. That just makes me want to scream. In stores when people walk two abreast and don’t let anyone pass in the isle. It’s like a road folks one side goes one way and the other the opposite way.
What do you have to break?
People who beat me with the reply “beets”.
Poeple that look at some perfectly ordinary and useful convention and find some ridiculous reason to take offense, as if the checkout lane was a John Wayne movie that requires a display of manhood and turf protection.
Or newscaster that call every big rig crash a jack knife That and calling the sidewalk cement when it is actually concrete and any gun an assault weapon
Trying to paint a room and you find that one gallon isn’t enough, but an extra quart is 95% more than you need. Then you figure you can’t waste it, so you use it to paint a closet which no one will ever see.
Usually it is shifting into Reverse while gliding out of the driveway.
The person behind me in a checkout standing as close as they can and breath down your neck. Now I appear rude and keep my cart behind me to ward off the pushy breathers. Achoo!
The driver that gets in the outer lane of a double left turn lane light and then ignores the left turn there and proceeds forward to turn at the next light, then blows their horn when I attempt to get in the left turn lane (at the proper time) and almost collide because one doesn’t expect a moron there. Grrrr
You need to supersize if you want some action.
I did your Freeping chair.
“People who pull out from side roads and you have to break to avoid hitting them, and then they proceed 10 MPH under the speed limit (especially if there was no one behind you). That’s every day in Central Ohio. Keeps me grinding my teeth.”
Try living in FL. I’m convinced these little old ladies (and men) from the north PURPOSELY sit and wait until you are on them, and then pull right out in front of you.
On the bright side, they have gotten rid of umpteen jerks on rice rockets who gun their suzukis down the streets at over a 100MPH near me at two in the am. You can hear them racing miles off.
Unfortunately for them, the aforementioned old folk are deaf.
Damn typos!! They grind my gears!!
That's why I come to bed with a couple of Advils and say here honey she says what r those for I say you said you had a head ache she says no i don't then i say drop um we are getting busy
My wife and I call them “fivers” and “teners” ... those that drive five or ten miles under the speed limit. They are usually older men that can barely see over the steering wheel and wear the old flat caps on their barely visible heads. And it is not a phenomenon restricted to central Ohio, but all over the state.
Those cars with the loud boom boxes.
Getting any post with the word Niggardly in it pulled
dailysex ... erm... dyslexia 8^)
Big one of mine.
Wow. Such a romantic!
Good plan though.
On roads that merge from two lanes to one — the people that fly all the way up to the front before merging at the last moment.....bugs the sh*t out of me.
I love getting out in the merging lane early and rolling the speed of traffic in the other lane, thereby holding people up who want to fly all the way up to the front....
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