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Don't you hate when using a new toilet paper roll how it's glued on so damn much where you end up clawing away a ton of it to get the roll started? This especially worse with the cheap commercial toilet paper in public restrooms like at workplace.
  • The phrase "Clap Back".
  • Commuter traffic

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☆ When you try taking a sticker off something and it tears or leaves stickiness.

☆ When you take the first tissue out of a box and the top of it rips, or the whole tissue separates itself.

☆ When there is a power switch that is on with nothing plugged in. I have to stop myself from turning it off in public.

☆ When the postman doesn’t leave the parcel or leaves a card without even ringing the doorbell.

☆ When you keep forgetting your password and need to make a new one, and then you forget that, too.

☆ When you see someone who really needs to pull their pants up and it’s like they can’t tell. You know it can’t be comfortable.

☆ When people call kids “babies” when they’re over two.

☆ Getting scratches on something new.

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Gathering stuff up in one pile so you don't forget something, then forgetting the whole pile.

People pulling in front of you instead of waiting for you to go by, then going slower than the speed limit before making a left turn about 100 meters down the road.

Something waking you up early in the morning when you have a chance to sleep in.
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☆ When you see someone who really needs to pull their pants up and it’s like they can’t tell. You know it can’t be comfortable.
OMG yes- I saw someone like this today, bending over at the store- and I could see so much.. so deep... 🤮

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Something waking you up early in the morning when you have a chance to sleep in.
Yes. This weekend at a hotel I wanted to sleep in and it was check out day so I had until 11am, but housekeeping tried to come in at 8am and 9am! Dude! Just wait til I ****ing check out!


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- my cat puking on the rug like every night, when the tile floor is a foot away.

- people abandoning cold food at random places in the store

- boss telling me to do something like it’s the best idea they ever had, when I’ve already done it

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OMG yes- I saw someone like this today, bending over at the store- and I could see so much.. so deep...
I saw someone like it yesterday at the train station. He’d been picking up cigarette butts from the ground and was walking around, looking for more. His pants kept getting lower and lower and my parents were saying they hoped he wouldn’t get in our train carriage.

A few months ago, there was an old man like it in a supermarket I went to, but the back of his pants were down far enough that you could see everything. My sister thought it was on purpose because he would have been able to tell.

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☆ When you try taking a sticker off something and it tears or leaves stickiness.

Yes, that one is infuriating. It's a real pain to get rid of the sticky residue too. Wish companies would use a different type of sticker.

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Yes, that one is infuriating. It's a real pain to get rid of the sticky residue too. Wish companies would use a different type of sticker.
It's gotten to the point to where if I see something I'm thinking about getting in a store I will check to see if the label seems like it will come off clean. If it doesn't I generally won't get it unless there isn't another brand. It's not so bad if it's made of glass or something because you can put whatever you need to put on there to take it off and it WILL eventually come off completely.

I have some ice packs that are made of this weird ice pack plastic and I wash them often. So the labels started coming off but leaving that garbage residue behind that was a real PITA to try to get off. And even when I did get it mostly off, the ice pack still feels sticky. Will never buy that brand again. Instead bought some that have the plastic sleeve type labels that just slip off.

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☆ When people call kids “babies” when they’re over two.
Or when they say "yeah my son is 34 months old"

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When I'm driving and I realize i need to be in the other lane and look in the mirror and see a long line of cars in the lane I need to be in. So I put on my signal hoping that someone will slow down and let me in but people just act like they don't even see it and keep going. I miss the turn I need to make and have to turn around and fight back to the place I need to be in heavy traffic because a couple of selfish turds couldn't slow down just a tad for a few seconds.

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When you make an effort to park in the outer section of the parking lot, where there are barely any cars, and when you're in the store, someone parks right next to you.

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When you make an effort to park in the outer section of the parking lot, where there are barely any cars, and when you're in the store, someone parks right next to you.
This happened to me one time at Wal-Mart. I parked out there because my parents had a new car and I didn't want to get the blame for the first scratch or ding. So it was a windy day and someone parked right by me. Came back out and saw that a shopping cart had been blown by the wind and slammed into the other car so hard it turned over and left a pretty big dent. They unintentionally shielded my car from the cart.

After that I kind of stopped parking in those areas. I've seen shopping carts driven really fast by the wind since then and they usually don't stop until they hit something.

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Got a bunch of mismatched clothes hangers I've just acquired at different stores over the years and it makes my closet look tacky. It's so minor it shouldn't bother me but it does.

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- Rubber gloves ripping and hot water leaking inside during the washing up.
- Standing by the door in your shoes, about to go out, and realising you need something from upstairs.
- Other people leaving used dental floss on the edge of the sink.
- Having to throw away some food that is too liquidy to be put in the bin and too thick to go down the sink.
- Stopping to let one person walk past, and instead having a stream of people cut off your way.

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I stepped in gum the other day but didn't know it until my foot made a sticking sound on the fake wood flooring of my office. This wasn't just a bit of gum but must have been an entire piece. It was embedded in the treads of my shoe, and I wasn't able to attack it really until the other co-workers left, and then when I got home. So I was going around trying to walk on the outside of my foot, and when not, making a sticking sound.

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  • sticky floors that make your shoes stick when you walk around
  • people who doggy-ear library books
  • people who looooove the movies but haven't read the books
  • webpages with so MANY ads it fills up the whole page and I can't see what I'm reading and there's no x's so I can get rid of them
  • people who don't replace the toilet paper when they're done with a roll

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