Discussion in 'General' started by Pete J, 10 Feb 2012.
Really? I though my list was quite small actually.
Thank god most of the things I hate are things I rarely encounter.
Woman who play the "women can't do anything" card. If I say to a woman, you can't do that your a woman I would get strung up and rightly so, but it's ok for a woman to expect a man to do something for them because it's seen as technical, heavy ect.
I get this on a regular basis in the shop, "I'd rather bring it to you, I couldn't do it, I'm a woman". Get's right on my nerves.
~ People who think Lady GaGa is AMAZING or in any way original / innovative.
~ People who say 'totes'
~ People who move to London, then make a massive fuss about said move to London and think that London is 'totes amaze' and then become really typically London, a.k.a a tool in ridiculous 'trendy' clothing who willingly pays ridiculous amounts of money for everything.
~ Onesies. Nothing says 'not having relations with my other half anymore' quite like a onesie.
~ People who post pictures of themselves on the internet in a onesie.
~ People being rude know-it-all turds to anyone who works in a customer service capacity. You are vile.
~ The term 'From scratch' in relation to cooking. You either made something yourself or you didn't. Saying 'From scratch' doesn't garner you any more merit. You just sound like a tool.
And I'm going to stop there before I go on all day.
So, in summary, just to make sure I haven't got this wrong, the following makes you go Arrgghh?
Trendy, ************ (but not single) London dwellers who think Lady Gaga is "totes amaze", who cook "from scratch" and get narked about "poor" customer service
Can't say I've ever met one of them myself
I'm afraid to say I have.
More angry things:
- Standing on lego
- Pens running out at awkward times
- Broadband caps
Sounds okay to me
Eric does WTF is Eric
I didn't say the customer service being offered was poor in the first place or justified said reaction, my issue is unnecessary rudeness and treating people like poo on a shoe who are most likely limited by the rules and regulations that their boss has decree'd to them.
People who say they 'hate' hospitals. Why? Why do you hate somewhere that gives it's residents the best possible chance to get better? It's one of those generic sweeping statements that most people who utter it don't even mean or have ever truly thought about. I love hospitals me, they fix people, or if they don't they give it a damn good try!
That's why I put the "poor" in quotes. Doesn't mean it's true, it may just be their perception, past experience, fed up waiting for 20 minutes before speaking to a "human", a bad day had by all ....
Oh god, this! This, this, this, some more of this, this again and in case there was any confusion, this.
"Yes, you've bought this product BUT YOU CAN ONLY USE IT WHEN WE DAMN WELL SAY SO!!!"
- That the CM storm Quick Fire Rapid hasn't been released in EU yet, and It won't be released with Cherry MX browns, only reds!
- Every time I turn on the radio, they play something with Pitbull (the worst "musician" in the world)
That's about it for the moment. Mainly because all my hate is focused on CoolerMaster atm.
Sorry, you've been beaten to the punch:
If you want, you may ask longweight if he will share his medal with you. It may have a few bite marks on it though.
Mid signature? Kill me now.
Mid-test is far worse.
Agreed, but you should have a spare Blazz.
Year 10 exams - 3 pens, calculator, rules, protractor, clear pencil case, 3 pencils, sharpener, highlighters.
Year 11 exams - 1 chewed up grubby pen, broken ruler.
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