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Old 03-15-2007, 07:46 AM   #91
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come on Shannon, I live in Illinois. people here are ruthless! I'm usually calm, but people can be so stupid when they're driving. the worst was some lady actually using a mini curling iron with her visor mirror flipped down!
People are huge morons here in Illinois!
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Old 03-15-2007, 07:51 AM   #92
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Indeed. I can't think of a single female who uses 2-in-1 shampoo/conditioner, and for good reason!
I sometimes do....but only in anti-dandruff form (I have a bad case of dandruff along with oil.)

I can't stand using seperate bottles of shampoo and conditioners....too much clutter for such a small space*! I rather use the leave-in conditioners or none at all!


* I live in a small apartment and I have a small bar type thingy in my bathroom and it's bad enough having 4 different kinds of shampoo....but also having a bottle of conditioner... I thank god for shower racks
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Men who use hand lotion/sanitizer in the workplace.

For Christ's sake people, you're guys. Please never, EVER offer me hand lotion in an office environment ever again. Unless you've got a damn good excuse, like a girlfriend who likes random handjobs every couple of hours, there is no reason for men to regularly use hand lotion.

It's like that boxer guy from Of Mice and Men. I mean, if you want moist hands just wear gloves all day filled with lotion, but don't go around advertising the fact.

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I know guys that walk around carrying tiny bottles of lotion in their pockets. I don't think there's anything wrong with it Ashy hands can be annoying.
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Old 03-16-2007, 09:15 AM   #95
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where to start...

- men who comb their hair in public (or girls for that matter)
- people who spit on sidewalks
- people who throw trash out of their cars
- people who talk really loud on their cell phones
- campaign ads
- auto calls from politicians
- interferences who keep changing their avatars

ok, i feel better now...
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when you find pants or jeans that you like, so you decide to buy more than one pair. then when you get home, one pair fits and the other doesn't even though they're the same size!! grrr.

when I go to buy lotto tickets or get a drink and they ask for ID and say something similar to "can I see ID please, you look like you're 16!" or "How old are you? Can I have ID please?" I appreciate having to ask for ID, but are the snide comments necessary?
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where to start...

- men who comb their hair in public (or girls for that matter)
- people who spit on sidewalks
- people who throw trash out of their cars
- people who talk really loud on their cell phones
- campaign ads
- auto calls from politicians
- interferences who keep changing their avatars

ok, i feel better now...
Amen to all of this!
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Old 03-16-2007, 04:44 PM   #98
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Constantly getting solicitation calls ... so much, for that no-call list !!
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Old 03-16-2007, 08:07 PM   #99
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Spam and popups.
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3hr commute's home in muggy weather - without even getting a seat on the bus/train...
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when I go to buy lotto tickets or get a drink and they ask for ID and say something similar to "can I see ID please, you look like you're 16!" or "How old are you? Can I have ID please?" I appreciate having to ask for ID, but are the snide comments necessary?
Enjoy it while you can, honey!
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too many commercials on TV
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I really really hate it when people give away the plot to a book or movie.
I bought a book today at Borders and this dumbass check out girl told me the plot of the book. Really stupid.
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You don't have to post here if you don't like this thread!
im just stating facts.
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Old 03-18-2007, 07:45 PM   #105
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Re: Everyday crap that may not necessarily deserve it's own thread but drives you cra

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For instance,
I was thinking about this in the shower this morning. Why would anybody buy shampoo and conditioner separately when they can buy a 2 in 1 and make life a little easier?
i like the shampoo that is also a body wash. you can just squirt a big glob on your head and let gravity take over.

ill also use it as toothpaste. and if im in a hurry ill use it as milk for eating cereal in the shower.
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