I do love a good list.

23 Jan

1. Queue Jumpers – How typically British of me.

2. People who pretend they know what they’re on about, when actually, they don’t.

3. Milk before tea. Just what?!

The tea doesn’t brew properly milk first.

4.People who only have tattoo’s on the neck or hands.

5. People who don’t tidy as they go.

6. Swearing all the time. I swear a lot, but not every other fucking word.

7. Not saying “Thank you” when I hold a door open for you.

8. Piers Morgan.

Look at the smug bastard.

9. People who use big words because they think that’s what intelligence is.

10. People who pretend to be something they’re not – Tim Westwood springs to mind, there are others.

11. People who take their damn time, when walking in front of me.

12. Screaming children and their parents who obviously can’t control them.

13. Homophobia – Go suck a dick.

14. Unnecessarily smelly people. Use some deodorant and shower.

Peeeyeeewww

15. Being patronised.

16. People who say they’ll get back to you, when what they actually mean is, “Yeah, whatever!”

17. People who leave used pots, pans, crumbs and other random bits of food all over the counters.

18. The morons above where I’m living who have heavy bass on all night. I have deadlines and need sleep to function.

19. Passive aggressive people. Say what you mean fools. Call a spade a spade.

20. Facebook. Even more so because it’s so damn useful.

Facebook makes me so resentful.

 

Think of some more. Feel free to add them in the comment. It’d be a quite interesting social experiment.

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3 Responses to “I do love a good list.”

  1. sociopathicuttlefish January 23, 2013 at 9:42 pm #

    Facebook is so annoyingly useful. If only more people would use Google+…

    • ChopstickChunks January 23, 2013 at 10:06 pm #

      Google + is so annoyingly hipster. If only people would use real-life conversation…

      • sociopathicuttlefish January 23, 2013 at 10:31 pm #

        I actually wish people would use email more. It’s like we have this wonderful means to send long or short conversational pieces really easily and we eschew it to post ‘just had lunch’ to hundreds of people we don’t know…

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