1. I hate when people act like they know more than everyone else.
No explanation is really needed for that one.
2. I hate when I go to a fast food restaurant and they mess up my order. It took McDonald’s three tries to make me a milkshake because they were confused by the fact that I said no whipped cream, no cherry. Seriously?
3. I hate when I hold the door for people in public places and they don’t say thank you. Oh no worries, I was really just holding the door for you and your whole family for the sheer pleasure of it.
4. I hate when people don’t execute what I call “Facebook etiquette.”
For example, if I post on someone’s wall and you don’t like what I posted and you don’t know me you really don’t need to respond. A. It’s not your wall B. You don’t start shit or go off on rants on other people’s wall and C. We don’t know each other. Why can’t you just shake your head and move on? Loser.
Also, posting every. five. seconds. on your political beliefs so that you’re pretty much shouting them at me? I’ll hit that nice little “unsubscribe from feed” button.
Also, not everything that people post on Facebook warrants a response. Sometimes, you just want to post something to post it. That is the pleasure of social media. You especially shouldn’t reply if you don’t have something semi-nice and non-sarcastical (yes, I made that word up) to say. I didn’t friggin’ ask you.
Ugh. I could go on and on about it. That’s why I love Twitter. You can just put stuff out there and there’s so many people tweeting that your tweet will just get lost in the Tweet-osphere. (Most of the time)
I’m on spring break, so maybe I’ll actually blog. What about you? What are you hatin’ on this week?