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Old 03-10-2016, 04:32 PM   #29
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Everything good is fattening... If it tastes good... spit it out! Marie lost 50 pounds eating cardboard. Dieting in general... is my biggest pet peeve.


At the camp ground... someone that's upwind of me complaining about my camp fire. Or complaining about my softly plaid acoustic guitar from 4 sites away, when all I've heard is their kids screaming all evening. Oh... and people that allow their dogs to drop surprises in my camp site and never even think about picking it up. I don't like people traipsing through my site either, as someone already posted.
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Quality control

Pet peeve - recently checking the night shade track and found the screws inside the track had backed out preventing the shade from going up and down. All of the crews that I found that were twisted off due to over torqueing by the impact driver, trash under cabinets - I can go on and on about the poor quality and lack of detail.
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Old 03-10-2016, 04:41 PM   #31
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People replying to someone that needs help and says I don't know but hi just to get more camp fires.
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Old 03-10-2016, 04:50 PM   #32
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People asking what my "pet peeve" is!
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People who pass you on the left and then cut you off in order to take the exit on the right saving a couple of seconds instead of staying behind you then getting off at the exit.
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Life member, I'm actually guilty of this one , but not for the same reasons you suggested .
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People who are following you on a 2 lane highway, that think you should be driving your 45K lb MH 70 MPH, because it is the speed limit. Then when they finally get a passing lane, they cut you off to discipline you for your errant behavior.
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And my number one, Climate Change Experts trying to convince me that buying carbon credits will save the planet.
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The yahoo who passed me, pulled back into the lane right in front of me close enough I can't even see his license plate, then put his left turn signal on and slams on his brakes coming to a stop.
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Oh I have another , not sure I can explain this one . Follow along .
You are at an intersection trying to go northbound on a 4 lane hiway .
You've crossed the south bound lanes, you have on your left blinker .
But you never get to go because all the idiots who insist on driving in the left lane .
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Pet peeve! Dogs that pee on my tires...without applying a complete protective coating.


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Ya, blame Joe, he started this.
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The ones who call me a grumpy person are the ones doing the things that are my pet peeves & make me grumpy
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