In case you ever want to tick me off, here are some ideas
- People who install toilet paper so the tissue hangs from the
back, instead of over the top in front.
- I have so many automotive-related pet peeves,
that they have their own separate page.
- Receiving e-mail spam, especially hoaxes and urban legends
sent from "well-meaning" friends.
- Parents who bring their six-month old baby to a loud R-rated
movie, and wonder why their child is constantly crying.
- It's bad enough people forget to turn off their cellphones
during movies or shows, but why must they all have these annoyingly
loud ringtones that play crappy versions of junk like
"Who Let the Dogs Out?".
- Buying the "Ultimate Edition" of a DVD, only to find
that a better "Super-Deluxe Mega-Edition" is released
a year later.
- Videos or television broadcasts that begin with the words
"This motion picture has been modified to fit your screen.".
Pan-and-Scan is evil.
- Waiters and waitresses that fail to give drink refills in a timely
manner. If I have to pay $1.89 for a glass of soda, you can sure bet
that I'm gonna want at least three glasses worth. A sure sign you're
in for trouble is when they drop off your
food and your bill at the same time; chances are you won't
see that server again during the meal.
- Ants in my house.
- Walking into an elevator that reeks of cigarette smoke.
- People who spell "lose" with two o's (as in, "We can't loose!").
Get it right, people! You can lose your car keys. You carry
loose change in your pocket.
- And while we're at it, people still don't understand
when to use "its" vs. "it's". Simple rule: "it's" is simply
a contraction for "it is", as in "It's cold outside." Strong
Bad makes this quite clear when answering Dan's