In addition to slow walkers, bad sandwich makers, road construction, and repeat story tellers, here are some things that make me want to pull my hair out.
ONE: When someone doesn't use their blinker.
Seriously I think this (and slow drivers) is the number one cause of my road rage. It's literally so easy to just reach down... and flip the little lever that says "hey bud, I'm about to make a turn." And then, you don't even have to turn it off, it does it for you! If you are a passenger in my car, be forewarned there may be cursing, horn honking, and/or yelling while throwing my hands in the air at the other driver.
TWO: Bad parking jobs.
This was taken yesterday in my parking lot at work.
When I lived at my apartment complex, my neighbors would constantly park behind my garage and I would either have to try to squeeze by their car or go tell them to move. You would think after the first time of being woken up at 5 a.m. they would have learned their lesson.
THREE: People that borrow something of mine and don't return it.
My freshman year of college I let someone borrow my first and second Twilight book (don't you dare judge me) and they never gave it back. I'm still bitter about it even though I have no desire to read those books ever again. THEY'RE MY BOOKS. A loan is something you have to pay back or return. And talk about awkward when you see the person that borrowed something from you. "Hey... um remember when you borrowed my shirt last month? I kinda need that back."
Ever heard of being hangry? Yeah that's me. If we're together and I casually mention I'm hungry, I'm actually saying we must eat now. If I don't get some kind of food in my system within a very short period of time, 1) I'm not going to quit talking about food until I get some and 2) I'm going to be in a really bad mood. Really, its a problem. Do they have hanger managment classes yet?
Some other things that really get under my skin:
not saying thank you
a fly that won't leave me alone when I'm laying out
people that think they're better than me
when someone drums their fingers/taps their foot
inconveniently located bathrooms
rude cashiers/waitresses/sales associates
What gets under your skin?