By popular request, a new list of crap that bugs me:
– Anti Meth commercials: They are big right now in Arizona and consist of a recovering addict telling horrible stories of what they did while under the influence of meth. Do they REALLY think there is an addict out there or potential addict saying “wow, that sounds terrible, I better stop this”. My guess is that the addict or potential addict is saying “that won’t be me!!”. I’m not against anti-drug ads, just this one.
– People who think the kids playground equipment is a great place to practice yoga: No sir, you “downward dog” is not at all freaking my child or me out. By all means, continue your creepiness.
– Parents who think their kids are geniuses: I think all parents think their kids are bright, I know I do. But I’m talking about the parents who think their kids are Harvard bound at age 8 months because, and I quote directly from a parent at swim lessons “Tommy is so smart! He made up his own sign language for milk!!”. Tommy is not smart. Tommy is hungry and is doing anything to get your attention and if patting his head is getting your attention, then that’s what he’s doing.
– People who give you a dirty look because you don’t let them go ahead of you: Normally, I will let someone with less groceries in their cart go in front of me. But when the kid is teetering on melt down, my cart is slammed with food and I know we’ve got less than 20 minutes to get home, get cold stuff put away, and get a snack before nap time, I will not be letting you in front of me. Deal with it.
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2 thoughts on “Things I am Ungrateful For – part 2”
I think I like the last part the best! 🙂 I thought of you today – Kelsey ate her brush, so it doesn’t brush her hair that well anymore. I sent her to daycare with unbrushed hair today. EEEK! I’m THAT woman. However, she was in a cute Juicy jumper so I think that balances itself out.
I think those things are pretty annoying too. And I’ll add one: senior citizens who expect that you should always let them go first, open the door for them, etc, just because they have white hair. Well most of them are so much healthier than I am that I’d be glad to be in their shape, and I ain’t gonna do those things for them. Not for the hale and hearty ones, anyway.