1.The long prerecorded messages on phones. Like when you call Suzy and she says, “Hi! I’m not here right now, so leave me a message.” and then a robot woman comes on and says “If you want to ______ press 3, if you want to ______ press 7, blah, blah,” BEEEEP! I JUST WANT TO LEAVE THEM A MESSAGE!
2. Improper use of the words their, there, and they’re.
3. When the laundry detergent won’t pour out of the little cup and the rest of it is stuck to the bottom.
4. June bugs. Nasty little creatures.
5. Ads during tv shows. Like actually during the program, not a commercial. Towards the bottom it will say something like, “Watch ‘Super Sewers’ coming up NEXT!'”
6. Noone instead of no one.
7. The word legit. Actually, I don’t mind the word, when it’s used correctly. legitimate–adjective 1.according to law; lawful: the property's legitimate owner. 2.in accordance with established rules, principles, or standards. So what you’re saying is, LEGIT DOESN’T MEAN GROOVY, COOL, SNAZZY, OR ANYTHING LIKE THAT!?!?!?! Shocking but true.
8. When restaurants give you too much ice. Then you end up drinking it all in like 5 seconds because the majority of it is ice.
9. Wobbly chairs. The kind that when you shift your weight the whole chair moves.
10. When public restrooms have hand dryers instead of paper towels.
12. Scripted “reality” tv. Mythbusters is the worst. It’s not really a reality show, but it’s supposed to be like the people are having a nonchalant unscripted conversation. WRONG! They’re not even good actors. It doesn’t keep me from watching it though.
13. Autocorrect on Microsoft Word or iPod. Sometimes, its not bad..like when you write 'i' instead of ‘I.’ But it’s pretty annoying when it writes something totally different.
14. When people enter through the exit door and exit through the enter door.
15.Cold showers. They’re the worst. It’s not as bad if you get in and it is cold from the beginning, but when you get in and it’s hot and then all of a sudden, BAM! the water is freezing.
16. Dirty silverware at restaurants. Enough said.
17. When you’re at places like McDonald’s and they’re like, “would you like some _____ with that?” Actually, no I wouldn’t, which is precisely why I didn’t say I wanted it.
Okay! Done with that! haha. Now on to Day 5: Something from a high angle.