Common pet peeves dating
When someone with a full cart of groceries gets into the 10 items or less line. Is it really that hard to pronounce that extra letter? Sitting in the movies and hearing someone eating popcorn.
Restaurants that give you rolls, but never enough butter to go with them. When you're trying to walk in the mall and there's a kiosk and they hound you to try their cell phone service or whatever. When people say the word huge incorrectly by dropping the 'H' and pronouncing it Uge.
Compartmentalization was necessary due to his work throughout his life.
I understand this and I know that it isn't a lack of trust.
So what should be a simple statement ends up being about 10 statements, because I know he is listening at that time." --Suzanne Alicie, Louisa, Virginia "My husband pretends to listen while he's working but doesn't actually hear the words I'm saying.
So, those important conversations I thought we were having tend to be forgotten a day later.
How clothes hangers get all tangeled with each other. Receiving a thank-you card for a gift-giving occasion gift stating: "You didn't have to do that" Men on trains who insist on sitting with their legs spread wide apart. People talking on their newest i Phone in while using Food Stamps.
Once you're in one, you have to deal with another person, including the parts that annoy you despite your love for him.
When people take 20 napkins, use one, then throw them all away. Going through the drive thru, then having to go back when they screw your order up. When someone is writing on a chalkboard and then they erase it to write something new, but they don't erase all of it, so you still see half of a letter here and there.
People who use a calculator to figure out the tip at a restuarant. I hate people who have no idea what "personal space" is.
After 11 years, you would think he would finally see where the laundry basket is, but no.
I've even tried moving the laundry basket to where the clothes land, but he still misses the basket.
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The good thing is that the next day I can have the very same conversation and it will be brand new to him. " --Bobbi Leder, Houston, Texas "He gets a look in his eyes and I know something is bothering him.