1. I hate hairs in places other than on the human/animal body. I hate hairs in the shower drain, hairs in the sink, hairs all over the back seat of my car from the dog (thanks, Kingston) and hairs on the teacher chair in my new classroom. Ew. I looked at my new ergonomic cushioned chair and thought I may puke. The old teacher left me a gift of all of her hairs all over the fabric on the chair. Send rubber gloves, a lint brush and Lysol spray ASAP please. Finally, I hate hairs on public restroom toilet seats. I have been in meetings all day, every day this week and have visited many schools in my new district. Today, at the high school all the seats were up, which made me assume that the custodial staff did some cleaning. I put the seat down and lo and behold there are hairs on it. I could have died. I hate hairs. They should remain on bodies.
2. I hate the waist band of maternity pants. Or, I have not purchased the correct kinds. The ones that are on my denim maternity pants (the blue kinds) are itchy and they come up REALLY far on my belly. These, though, are my least favorite:
They would be fine, except sometimes, when I wash them the waist band gets all jacked up… underneath the outer fabric you’ll start to feel that it’s lopsided or turned upside down or whatever. So it no longer lays flat when you put the pants on. You have to do some sort of dance with it to fix it so it doesn’t feel awkward when you put it on. I don’t want to have to do that every. single. time. I get dressed. Annoying.
3. I hate crumbs on the bottom of the cereal bag. Yes. I do. You know why? Because when I am eating cereal and it’s close to the bottom of the box, when I pour it into a bowl, not only do I get my cereal, but I get a plethora of crumbs to top my cereal like sprinkles. These crumbs float in the milk and it’s just annoying.
4. I hate when I have to sit through meetings and people raise their hands to ask ridiculous questions. Who said there’s no such thing as stupid questions? Cause there are. If the speaker just said he doesn’t know the answer to something but will look into it and send out a mass email when he finds out the answer, please don’t raise your hand and ask the same question. Rewording a question doesn’t make it a new question. It makes it the same question and it makes YOU look stupid because the speaker’s answer will still be “I don’t know, but I’ll look into it.”
I should get back to my meetings. What are you hatin’ on this week? Let me know.
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