- The feeling of pink erasers
- Washing dishes
- When people start a sentence with “Don’t get mad, but…”
- The fact that avocado is so damn expensive
- Cold, dark winters
- Anything that’s crooked. (There’s an outlet in my bathroom that’s on the wall crooked and it drives me bonkers every time I look at it)
- People who don’t know how to navigate traffic circles. THERE’S A SYSTEM FOR A REASON, RACHEL.
- When regular people leave their hair curly and it looks damn good, and I leave my hair curly and it just looks like I didn’t brush my hair
- Why do razors cost so much money?
- When you’re trying to talk to someone and they’re on their phone. “Okay, Rachel, I can see this conversation means a lot to you so I’m just going to go”
- WHEN PEOPLE “REPLY ALL” TO EMAILS.
- No, wait, when people don’t BCC emails and then people reply all
- People who don’t understand personal space
- When I say that I’m going to write blog posts about important topics like sad-fishing and pretty privilege and then three months goes buy and I’m making a list of things that annoy me and I realize that I never wrote those posts
- Using nicknames in public that shouldn’t be used in public. I used to work in an office that had a married couple that the boss specifically situated on opposite ends of the office to keep away from one another. Anyway, she referred to her husband as ‘Sugar Dick’, in work settings. It’s really not cool to call your husband ‘Sugar Dick’ in a work email. Had I been her manager, I would’ve shut that shit down real fast. You can call your husband whatever you want at home, but at work, his name is Mike. Just Mike.
Sometimes it just feels real good to get things off your chest.