- I really hate pedestrians. Pedestrians are so goddamn stupid. Just because you have the right of way doesn't mean you have the right to stop in the middle of the sidewalk at the end of my driveway when I was clearly going to start reversing and stare at me as if I was driving with the intent to mow you down; you also don't have the right to walk down the middle of an isle in a dark parking lot with absolutely no lighting and then curse at me when I suddenly have to swerve and slam on my breaks when I notice your stupid movement without any warning. Have you noticed that when you "wrong" a pedestrian, they stand there and just stare at you, mouth hanging open? Well get the fuck out of my way before I actually hit you, please and thanks.
- I hate overachievers. Take, for example, some kid in my Science Fiction course, who, today, raised his hand more than ten times and got to the point where my professor stopped his sentence, looked at him, and said "I NEED TO FINISH THIS." Not to mention after class, things such as "I hate that guy" and "I want to stab him in the head" were overheard.
- Not so much a clear cut "I hate ____", but rather a mini-rant at something that really bothers me. I'm deeply bothered when it comes to the disrespecting of people's interests. Now, in a relationship of any kind (friendship, familial - but mostly friendship since you can't choose your family), there's obviously common shared interests which drew you to the person in the first place (in addition to everything else that can possibly be shared in common with someone). That being said, you're not contractually forced to like everything the other person does: in that sense, there's a mutual understanding to respect each other's interests. For example, I don't watch hockey, but the person I'm thinking of doesn't particularly like Lady Gaga - that doesn't mean we hate each other and it doesn't mean we trash each other's investment in such interest (by the way I hope YOU don't mind I've used you as an example for that hahaha). I don't appreciate when interests are forced onto me, so I don't force interests on others. Sure, it works sometimes: you can suggest something or mention something you saw or heard; if the other person likes it then they like it. If they don't, they don't, and we're at a respectful agreement. When the line is crossed and a person's interests are disrespected.. that's when I'm not so happy.
- Look, a second bullet for the same topic! No, I'm not commenting on how some people might hate, say, Gaga (again) when I love her. I don't care. The instance that really sparked my fuse happened last night, so here's where I'll launch another "I hate ____": I hate when I'm told by someone to "chill out" because "it's just a movie" - gee, thanks, I had no idea Hogwarts and Harry Potter didn't exist. NO WAY, now my heart is broken (by the way, Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows is what this specifically pertains to - I saw a commercial and noted how excited I was to see it and bummed that I'm without company to see it opening night and got the aforementioned response). God forbid I grew up with something my whole life and that I show a level of excitement for a temporary, two and a half hour escape from this stressful world I'm living in now. While I've long tolerated the indifference I get when I mention a trivia fact about something I like - I don't anymore - I won't stand for the instance where the fact that I like and enjoy something is looked at in a negative light.
- I REALLY hate a certain professor. Please don't scream at us when the class average is 54% - there's clearly fault in your "teaching methods."
- In truth, I hate holidays; maybe more specifically, I hate the build up to holidays and how much I personally buy into them. Take, for example, Christmas; I love the anticipation to Christmas Day, the commercials on TV and the decorations and the lights on every house down the street. I hate that come Christmas Day you open two or three boxes and bam, "Christmas" is done by 9a.m., and it's just another run of the mill family dinner where conflict is bound to arise.
Wednesday, November 10, 2010
More things I hate
Many things in this world bother me to the point of absolute frustration. Here's a few more: