Things I HateMature

I'm washing dishes at 10:41 pm. Well, actually, I'm supposed to be washing dishes right now but I'm procrastinating by writing this. Washing dishes at such a late hour, when I'm not listening to good music or having a nice conversation with someone, kind of puts me in a bad mood. So now I am going to list off some of the things I hate. Enjoy my negativity.

  • Washing dishes.
  • Sorting laundry.
  • Accidentally stepping in vomit at an amusement park.
  • Shaving my legs. (I do it, of course, I just don't like it.)
  • Teachers that don't have a sense of humor.
  • Country music.
  • Talking to people (face to face) that I don't know/don't know well.
  • Seeing elders drink alcohol or hearing about the things they did in their twenties. (The things involving clubs, drinking, or anything like that. It makes me uncomfortable.)
  • When people mistake shyness for being mean/rude.
  • Being clawed by cats.
  • Touching raw meat. (*shudders*)
  • Mosquitos.
  • Spiders.
  • When people say you can't be a fan of both Harry Potter and Twilight. (Yes I can. You don't own me!)
  • The smell of dog food.
  • People who always turn everything into something sexual.
  • Racists.
  • Homophobes.
  • Painting nails.
  • Curling someone else's eyelashes.
  • Other people's feet. (Unless we hang out a lot, don't put your feet by me. Please.)
  • Scary masks. (Have you seen the movie Halloween?)
  • Coffee.
  • Chocolate that has coconut inside.
  • Almonds, peanuts, pecans, or any other nut.
  • Slow internet.
  • Being woken up really early in the morning.
  • Not being able to fall asleep.
  • Bullies.
  • When you are trying to be sneaky and then you step on a creaky floor board.
  • Controlling parents.
  • Graveyards at night.
  • Hitchhikers.
  • Burnt food.
  • When glitter gets in the carpet. (It never comes out!!!)
  • Sore losers.
  • When you watch movies with little kids and they ask questions about what's going on every two seconds.
  • Most cafeteria food.
  • Models dressed in a leather suit that makes them look like a potato and then called fashionable. (More so the designer that made the leather potato outfit. And yes, this actually exists.)
  • When you miss someone and know that you're not going to get to see them for a long time.
  • Goodbyes.
  • When religious people quote the bible constantly.
  • Saying "Dick's Sporting Goods" and having to be serious about it.



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