Wednesday, July 28, 2004

That's Mr. Bubbles to you

Last night I said to someone "Thus far you have been adrift in the sheltered harbor of my patience".
There's this guy that I have been friends with for oh, say a year and a half now. We've made stabs at the more-than-friends thing, but he's a saboteur. Or that's what he says. He told me that he can't help sabotaging his attempts at happiness/normalcy. Whatthefuckever. You can't help involuntary muscle movements. You can control your behavior. It's like I tell my offspring - you can't go around repeatedly doing things that you KNOW damn well are wrong, and then saying "I'm sorry" and expect that everything will be okay. He's 45 and is still pulling that crap. Grow up and quit being so damned selfish. I am surprised I have put up with it this long, but he IS a nice guy in spite of the dysfunctionality. I wanted to give him a chance. However, I will not tolerate rudeness, inconsideration or poor "friendship" etiquette. Is it any wonder that I am still single and have no friends? So be it. I'd rather be alone and standing by my values than live like that.

Thursday, June 24, 2004

Thou shalt not

CHEAT!
Cheaters give me the peeves.

Tuesday, June 22, 2004

Let the ranting begin

Okay, so I have issues. We all have issues. Our own issues. Issues with other peoples' issues. Cancel my subcription, I don't want your issues. I have enough of my own.
It's funny that for someone who claims to be tolerant, my tolerance level is verging on nil.

Can I just say? I can't stand prissiness. Not in men, not in women, not in elephants. But especially not in men. Where are your cojones, bro? Oh, in your handbag? Gotcha. Now, I'm not talking about homosexuality. I'm talking straight up prissy. Where I come from, men are supposed to be men. Not pansyassed sissyified wimps.

So, if you can't tell my the name of the blog, I have a lot of pet peeves. I get peeved a lot. I'm a peevish person.
Some of my peeves include, but are not limited to, in no particular order:
Smacking chewing with mouth open and bad table manners
Not holding the door
Someone letting the door slam in my/someone else's face
Rudeness
Bad manners in general
Bad driving
Pulling out in front of someone only to go 2 miles an hour
Gum spit out on the ground
Poor oral hygiene
Poor personal hygiene
Misspellings in books or on signs
Misuse of words (using ideal for idea, etc.)
Poor service (getting food order wrong, badly prepared food)

And many more.

Welcome to Peevesville.