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Old 11-29-2011, 02:14 PM   #361
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Re: What REALLY grinds your gears?

Slobs. I really can't effing stand people who can't clean up after themselves, especially in the workplace. Grow the hell up. I'm not your maid.
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Old 11-29-2011, 03:29 PM   #362
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dallas fans thinking they going to the superbowl
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Old 11-29-2011, 08:39 PM   #363
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People who waist my time so I'm stuck in the office at 8:30 at night.
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Old 11-30-2011, 02:45 PM   #364
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My mother in law pretending she knows more about football in an attempt to spend more time with me grinds my gears. I appreciate the effort I suppose and I know you have some knowledge. But stay in your lane while we're watching the game. No, Aaron Rodgers never played for the Lions so stop asking me why Detroit let him go.

I had to come back to this because it drives me crazy as well.

A lady in my office is a self proclaimed New England fan and like i have said before on here I root all New England expect the Redskins.

She always says something that is off about sports and it is always like nails on a chalk board to me.

All through the Bruins Stanley Cup run she kept saying ball instead of puck, annoying. Then today she said did you hear the Red Sox got a new head coach, ugh!
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Old 11-30-2011, 05:35 PM   #365
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People who waist my time so I'm stuck in the office at 8:30 at night.
People who confuse extremely simple words like waste and waist.
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Old 11-30-2011, 05:38 PM   #366
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I had to come back to this because it drives me crazy as well.

A lady in my office is a self proclaimed New England fan and like i have said before on here I root all New England expect the Redskins.

She always says something that is off about sports and it is always like nails on a chalk board to me.

All through the Bruins Stanley Cup run she kept saying ball instead of puck, annoying. Then today she said did you hear the Red Sox got a new head coach, ugh!
Did you see Peyton Manning throw that home run last night? It was crazy!
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Old 11-30-2011, 06:38 PM   #367
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I was just at the gym and this woman had the TV cranked all the way up. I'm like really? Then this old dude strolls in and starts jogging on the treadmill while he's rocking a pair of jeans. I'm like I've gotta get out of here.
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Old 11-30-2011, 06:43 PM   #368
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I was just at the gym and this woman had the TV cranked all the way up. I'm like really? Then this old dude strolls in and starts jogging on the treadmill while he's rocking a pair of jeans. I'm like I've gotta get out of here.
i actually went to the gym in jean shorts one day, because all my regular workout clothes were being washed and it was either skip the day at the gym due to not having proper attire or just wearing jean shorts. I chose the latter. But I'm definitely not the only one who's done it, I see kids coming in all the time (you can tell they are the irregulars since they don't know how to use some machines and don't know proper gym etiquette) and doing it. For me it was a one time thing only, I hated working out in jean shorts. They are just not comfortable for wearing at the gym at all.
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i actually went to the gym in jean shorts one day, because all my regular workout clothes were being washed and it was either skip the day at the gym due to not having proper attire or just wearing jean shorts. I chose the latter. But I'm definitely not the only one who's done it, I see kids coming in all the time (you can tell they are the irregulars since they don't know how to use some machines and don't know proper gym etiquette) and doing it. For me it was a one time thing only, I hated working out in jean shorts. They are just not comfortable for wearing at the gym at all.
Guys that still wear jean shorts in 2011....

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I was just at the gym and this woman had the TV cranked all the way up. I'm like really? Then this old dude strolls in and starts jogging on the treadmill while he's rocking a pair of jeans. I'm like I've gotta get out of here.
That's funny. There was a guy at the gym the other day- normal looking guy, probably mid-20's... his BO was so bad I was tempted to call him out. I mean it was literally nauseating. You could smell him from like 10 feet away, and if he was on a machine, the smell lingered by that machine for at least a few minutes after he walked away. I played sports all my life and have spent a lot of time in gyms/locker rooms.... It was one of the worst ever. Grinded my damn gears.
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Guys that still wear jean shorts in 2011....

BULLEE DAT. It's only one pair in my not at all vast collection of shorts, but idc. I'm cheap and they serve their intended purpose. But I do cringe whenever I see older males still wearing them with their ratty ass t-shirts tucked in, and their jorts pulled up to their upper waist/lower stomach. I think I just I have a thing against tucking t-shirts in if you're not wearing a uniform or nice clothes.
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That's funny. There was a guy at the gym the other day- normal looking guy, probably mid-20's... his BO was so bad I was tempted to call him out. I mean it was literally nauseating. You could smell him from like 10 feet away, and if he was on a machine, the smell lingered by that machine for at least a few minutes after he walked away. I played sports all my life and have spent a lot of time in gyms/locker rooms.... It was one of the worst ever. Grinded my damn gears.
That's just beyond gross.
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Old 12-02-2011, 07:20 PM   #373
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Re: What REALLY grinds your gears?

Am currently in Vegas and a taxi driver got pissed because I used a card and there wasn't a spot for tip on there. He's like, "Anything for me?"

Ended up peeling out.

I know we've talked about this before, but your taxi is your JOB, you didn't go above and beyond for me a-hole.
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Old 12-02-2011, 08:00 PM   #374
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Getting metal shavings in my transmission.
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Old 12-02-2011, 09:52 PM   #375
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I was just at the gym and this woman had the TV cranked all the way up. I'm like really? Then this old dude strolls in and starts jogging on the treadmill while he's rocking a pair of jeans. I'm like I've gotta get out of here.
i thought you lived in new york, not jersey.

what kills me is when someone tells you they have completed a job, to find out upon inspection that they have done nothing. do they seriously think i'm not going to f-ing notice the wall still has no f-ing drywall on it?!?!?
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