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Old 05-08-2011, 02:28 PM   #15
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Drives you nuts

It should be against the law for a left handed person to touch a bread tie wire. As in my ex wife.
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Old 05-08-2011, 02:49 PM   #16
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People who park close to me when I park as far away from the store as possible in a completely empty area.... DUH I am there to avoid carts and drivers parking that close to me.. pick another one of the 1000 other secluded spots!!!


Shopping carts.. when people stop dead in the aisle and leave the cart, in the middle, blocking everyone else while they wander around in their selfish daze...

People who have to pass me out in the motorhome and cut in front of me .. jamming on their brakes so they can take the exit that is coming up fast. This is all done when there is nobody else in the lane for a half mile behind me...

People who get on the highway in front of me and then slow down while they look in the mirror to see if the middle lane is clear... then they floor it and go like a bat outta...... this world Meanwhile I am down to 40 miles an hour now on a steep grade .... grrrrrrrrrrr
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Old 05-08-2011, 02:56 PM   #17
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People who pass me on the water about 20' away with their boat about 1/2 way up on plane and throwing a 4' wake. Sure disturbs things in the cabin
Oh, by the way, that's in my 37' power boat on the waters of Puget Sound.
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Old 05-08-2011, 04:57 PM   #18
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Adult proof packaging, you can't even open a snack these days without scissors and an electronic item is outdated by the time you figure out how to open it. I also despise those who rush to pass you then slow down as soon as they can see the open road ahead. And when traffic is forced to merge, why do some people think it's ok to stay in the closed lane as long as possible then squeeze in front of everyone else? Why do people continue to let them in?
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Shopping carts... when people stop dead in the aisle and leave the cart in the middle blocking everyone else while they wander around in their selfish daze..


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And when traffic is forced to merge, why do some people think it's ok to stay in the closed lane as long as possible then squeeze in front of everyone else? Why do people continue to let them in?


Exactly a few of my pet peeves too! And cell phone users while driving and those that don't use their turn signal lights.
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Old 05-08-2011, 06:15 PM   #20
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Driving me NUTS

At the gasstations, when gas jockeys close the fueltank and close (hit) with the nozzle the fueldoor. For over 40 years I did it myself.
Now in OR I have to watch like an eagle.... The only state here in the West left. I make sure that I have enough fuel to make it THROUGH OR without fueling?

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Old 05-08-2011, 06:29 PM   #21
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The timing of the end of the toilet paper roll
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Old 05-08-2011, 06:46 PM   #22
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People that pull out in front of me thinking they will go faster than that MH, it's amazing how fast they go when they look in their mirror.
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Old 05-08-2011, 08:08 PM   #23
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The timing of the end of the toilet paper roll
I have to have my roll go over the top to front, DW does opposite, she doesn't care so why does she not do it RIGHT,
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Thought this would be fun.
Here is one of mine. Twist ties on bread. Can someone please tell them righty tighty lefty loosey? To make matters worse have you seen the crumby (pun intended) little tape closures they have on bread wrappers? Might just as well rip the bag open.
Spin and tuck under, my man, spin and tuck under.

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#1 People who flick cigarette butts out their vehicle windows...especially at stop lights. I SO want to get out of my car, pick it up & hand it back to them saying "I'm sorry, but you dropped this." If you don't want to put that cigarette out in your car's ashtray, don't smoke in your car.

#2 People who leave shopping carts in a parking spot in a store''s parking lot. The worst ones are those that park right next to the cart corral & they're too freakin' lazy to walk 3 steps to put the cart in the corral.



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Drivers who watch you come down the road and wait until you are 50 ft away and then pull out in front of you and not speed up. Usually talking on their cell phone...

All the un-necessary packaging used today that takes a saw or big knife to open.

People in cars that park in the RV spaces at fuel stops....

Women who in line at the store wait until the cashier tells them the total THEN they start to look for their credit card or cash which takes 5 minutes! And/or looks for that 12 cents inside their purse for what seems like hours.....
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Or how about the old fat redneck gal with 4 kids she can't control at Walmart, and she's at the checkout counter only to remember that she forgot to pick up another loaf of bread- and guess who's behind her in line? YOU are, of course!
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