2008-01-24 06:38 pm (UTC)
Like those pants that say Juicy across the ass made by Juicy Coture? *blech*
I mean if I'm going to write anything across my ass (not that I would, ever) it sure as hell isn't going to be "Juicy".
I want one that says, "danger! Assplosions."
I'd also love one that says, "Stuffed" or a plus sized line that says, "Supercalifragalisticexpialadocious Booyah!" on the butt.
2008-01-24 07:47 pm (UTC)
Re: Rant away!
*lol* How about text saying "If you can read this BACK OFF!"?
That kinda goes with your creepy dry hump dancing rant.
: No, they aren't. You can tell how someone feels about others, deep down, on the psychopathic / sociopathic scale by the way they treat animals. If they don't also act that way toward other humans, it's only a disguise.
Yeah, it's strange. Although, I do think there are people with fear about animals that are good people, just that if you don't like either of those, it's a warning sign to me.
I actually don't wake up without an annoying alarm. I can and will ignore everything but noisy alarms on the other side of the room (or better yet in a completely different room).
And I'm scared of babies, but I recognize that they need to exist? ;)
Craig also doesn't wake up even WITH the most annoying alarm. This is why it ranks high on my list. :) My nice alarm was moved to the guest room where Beelzabub the alarm remains in the master suite.
My most effective alarm clock though?
Forgetting to feed the cats before going to bed at night--they are SO hungry first thing in the morning otherwise. They don't let me sleep past 9 ever anyway, but heaven forbid if I've forgotten to feed them before I go to sleep.
I disagree with #29
but most others are pretty right on. #44
I know! No parents agree with that because in order to survive they no longer can hear it. It's like evolution. :)
Hey! I agree with it! If you can't contain your child, remove your child. Yes, it will inconvenience you. That's what you signed up for, remember?
Well, like most things, I think it's a balance. At some point a kid has to be allowed to do kid things. They are designed to just sit still and be silent like they don't exist.
But, things which entertain them like making extreme noise at a bad time really is bothersome to other people in some situations. To this day I have no idea why kids love to scream so much.
Yay! Ranting is good fun. It's free venting.
smells like a cross between diapers and whores made me choke on my soup. Because, oh god, it's so true.
I think I have bad associations with it due to a past job where one of my co-workers just bathed herself in it frequently.
LOVE loves baby soft, reminds me of high school, I own a bottle of this AND the lotion! ;)
That's cute! If it weren't for a co-worker who very much abused this scent in quantity I don't think it would make the pet peeve list.
no scent when abused is good!
Dior Poison and Drakkar Noir remind me of highschool. :)
My boyfriend in High School used to wear Millionaire, to this day if I smell something like it I get all week in the knees hehe
wow I just checked on that scent, seems they do not make it anymore...but I can get a bottle on Ebay !! yahooo
2008-01-24 08:34 pm (UTC)
Ooh, that's how I feel about Gravity. My high school guy wore that all the time--and lots of it--lol, why did we feel we had to wear so much cologne/perfume when we were younger?
I do not know...I am embarrassed retroactively though!
I laughed quite loudly at number 28. I think the same thing. What the hell is that still doing out there? That was like my first little perfume I got from my grandma when I was 9. I wore it a time or 2 because I never had perfume before and that was the end of it.
26, 41, and 44 annoy me as well, whew.
And you know number 46 is something I'm going through right now with that friend of mine, while I'm sitting here legitimately suffering yet not broadcasting it all over the place. *sigh*
I think it is the "first scent" for many a person. It's sort of a strange one.
When I was in Jr. High I used to wear Exclaimation!
Ahh! I did, too! I loved that one in 7th grade.
And I remember the big one in high school was Vanilla Fields. When I smell that one, though, it never bothers me--I'm always just surprised it still exists.
I'm a Ralph girl now. It smells like outdoors. It feels like the lake; reminds me of my Chicago, ahhh.
I like anything that smells fresh and light (such as cucumbers and stuff, ya know) whereas in high school I liked actually like some heavier smelling stuff--it went with my drama classes and the red hair I had then. ;)
Whew, I said like alot! Lol.
Heaven help me I had a bottle of Charlie!.
ha ha ha
I am in 99.9% agreement on every point! LOL!