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Old 03-10-2016, 01:44 PM   #15
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Construction generators in a campground. Especially the ones who move it around the back of their unit so they don't hear the noise, and its right beside my campsite.

I have used the potato in the exhaust pipe a number of times to stall them out.....

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Construction generators in a campground. Especially the ones who move it around the back of their unit so they don't hear the noise, and its right beside my campsite.

I have used the potato in the exhaust pipe a number of times to stall them out.....

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Old 03-10-2016, 02:06 PM   #17
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And, How about those folks that sit outside sippin on a cocktail and don't even offer one to their neighbor? Outta be a law.
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People that come on the forums...ask for help, but never come back to say what corrected the problem.

Later others searching for an answer and come across dead end posts.
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Old 03-10-2016, 02:25 PM   #19
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* Driver's who do NOT use their turn signals.

* Driver's who poke along on on-ramps and then as they actually get on the interstate will speed up to freeway speeds. Hello people, ON-ramps are to get UP to speed and OFF-ramps are to decelerate after getting off the interstate. This is especially irritating driving in Utah County, UT with the numbskulls in their minivans and 6.3 kids in the back seat not buckled in.

* Anyone driving a minivan. See above.

* When in your own campsite and people continually walk between your front door of your coach and you in your lawnchair while trying to enjoy the campsite that you rented for the duration because they are too lazy or thoughtless to walk around or use proper walkways.

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People on the forums who say, "I don't use a braking system and you don't need one"; "I don't use a surge protector and you don't need one"; "I don't use a TPMS and you don't need one"; "I don't have a extended warranty and you are foolish to buy one"; "I only buy Michelin's and you should only buy them also".

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Can't forget about drivers w/a foot on the gas and the other foot on the brake. Nothing like seeing that brake light on while they're going down the road.
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People that arrive at their campsite and know exactly what their doing while backing/setting up. Takes all the fun out of watching!
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That's one of mine. The other is someone in the left lane of the Interstate doing 8 to 10 mph below the posted limit.
BINGO!!! We have a Winner!

That is my absolute, number one pet peeve! People cruising in, and blocking the left lane. It's especially exasperating when there are signs that clearly say... "Left Lane for Passing Only!"
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People putting along in the right lane. You go out to pass and all of a sudden it's "Crap, that motor coach is passing me. I'd better get off my phone (or whatever has been distracting them) and speed up." And then sit on your right quarter blocking you from getting back in the right lane.
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People that come on the forums...ask for help, but never come back to say what corrected the problem.

Later others searching for an answer and come across dead end posts.

I'm with you on that one Chuck!
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People that arrive at their campsite and know exactly what their doing while backing/setting up. Takes all the fun out of watching!

I bet they do that just to bug you Neal!
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Lots of good ones here . Most of the driving ones have been covered already.
I'll say parents who let there kids act like animals in public. I'm all good with kids having fun , but gee whiz .
That or the temper tantrum & whining . Drives me crazy.
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Oh oh oh I have another .
The person who doesn't know what the want toorder at the fast food joint, has a line of people who are ready to order behind him but isn't kind enough to let someone go ahead of him.
Or
The person at the same restaurant , or maybe a store who has had the last 10 minutes to get the money or debt card or check out, waits until the clerk tells him the amount to start getting the payment bout of purse or wallet .
Did you think it was going to be free ?
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