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Monday, April 15, 2013

My Biggest Pet Peeves

We all have pet peeves. LOL! Some only cause minor irritations in our lives. Others can be as outright annoying as hearing someone scratch their fingernails along the length of a chalkboard. One of my biggest pet peeves is slow people. I remember back in Bozeman, there was this woman named Karen (NOT my friend Karen whom I met at the dog park daily) this was another woman, Karen Schuller, who didn't talk to anyone, except maybe a very few people when she was in a decent mood. I didn't like this woman at all. She always gave me bad looks and she didn't even know me. The worst thing about her was that she was such a slow walker. My friend named Karen told me Schuller has arthritis in her leg, so she cannot walk fast. So OK, I can excuse that. But it was the way she acted around me. One day, my dogs and I were coming back from my putting them out for their morning routine of going potty. When we got off the elevator, there was Schuller, getting a drink of water from the fountain. What she was doing out there with the water fountain I will never know. LORD knows she never goes to visit anyone. And she's a feline-tard so she doesn't have dogs to put out.

Well, as me and my dogs were heading out the elevator, Schuller began to walk and she walked in such a way that I could not get at a decent angle to get around her and get into my apartment. I didn't want to be out there with her!! She was creepy the way she would just give me weird looks and not say a single word. Who knows what exactly went through her mind? With feline-tards you can never tell. I just wanted to get myself and my babies into the apartment. Thankfully she got her molasses ass out of my way so I could get in, and I did. My friend Karen told me that Schuller is like that because she wants to avoid the drama in that building. Well, if that were actually true, I would say I couldn't blame her for that. But I soon found that to be completely untrue. The biggest contradictor to that theory? Schuller was friends with Kim Hedges, the most drama-prone person in that whole building. Kim creates more drama than anyone else I ever met living in that complex. So, this bull about Schuller just wanting to "avoid the drama in that building" was nothing but a lie. I think really Schuller is just obnoxious and unfriendly. She obviously just thinks her shit doesn't stink. I found out my friend Karen befriended Schuller on Facebook, so I had the opportunity to block Schuller. Not that I believe she cares, but at least I don't have to look at her ugly face.

Slow people piss me off! Especially when they are slow and they get in my way on purpose like I believe Schuller always did. Another pet peeve of mine is when I am in the checkout line at a store and I am ready to purchase my items. The person who is ahead of me is already done and has paid for their items, but insists on staying in that place in line, and continues to chit-chat with the checker about what they did last summer, their baby's first word, how their teenage child gets all A's on his report card and other such nonsense!! Especially when it takes the checker away from doing their job. It makes me mad!! Sometimes I just want to push the talkitive customer out of the way and tell them to get their loot and get lost! LOL! Of course I would never really do that, but I often have felt like it. I guess you can plainly tell I just don't like people in general. As I am getting older, I am finding I hate people more and more. Except those few established friends. When I was younger, I was nicer and more friendly and out-going. Now, I just want to avoid people at all costs. I am afraid of one day actually losing my control and really pushing someone out of a line at the supermarket because I get so annoyed. I don't want to do that, but I am scared one day I will. Like when my mind gets too messed up for me to know what I am doing.

Well, GOD willing that never actually happens. But I do get urges. I cannot even begin to tell you how much I wanted to punch Patti in the face that night she had me blocked in the kitchen and would not let me go to my room. I came awful close to doing it. But I thank GOD I still had some amount of self-control. Patti was not something that was worth going to jail for. She was a fine example of another pet peeve of mine, I hate people who are too controlling. That's always been a pet peeve, and one of my biggest! Someone asks me to do something, or not to do something, I will do it, or won't according to what they ask of me. Like not too long ago, I posted something about real men love curvy women on my Facebook wall. Well one of my friends asked me to take it down because it hurt her feelings. I don't want to hurt any of my friends, so I did just what she asked me. She asked me in a nice way, so I accepted, and now I don't post things like that anymore. But if someone had come to me saying "How dare you post that picture! Take that down off your wall, or I will delete you from my friends!" then I would have just told them good bye, and don't let the door hit you where the LORD split you! Thus I would have left the post up. Those are the kind of people I call "pushy" and "controlling". Those are among my biggest pet peeves. Believe me, I am not that anxious to have many friends. I don't need pushy people in my life, online or offline!

Another example of someone who is too controlling was a woman back in Bozeman named Helga. A tall scandinavian woman with a bad attitude. She hates animals, and I think she was autistic. My sis and I were talking about her just the other day on Skype. Helga was one of the people in that complex that thought she owned the place, and thought she could control what others do there. I remember the last time Anna and I went to Billings, when we came back, we put the dogs in the dog park. Well, Helga was out by the gazebo nearby reading or something. She shouted something to us and had a look on her face like "Are you going to do as I say?!" I have no idea what she shouted at us, but Anna looked at me and asked "What did she say?" I said "I don't know, and I don't care either!" I think Helga heard me say that (lolz), and shouted whatever it was again. I still did not hear her. Which I guess was a good thing too, no doubt being some kind of asinine demand from her. I just basically told Helga to fuck off, and continued with my dogs. Whatever it was Helga wanted, apparently it was not important enough for her to come and say it to our faces. Not that it would have mattered anyway. I don't listen to people who think they can control someone they got no business trying to control.

Well, those are basically my pet peeves. Most, if not all, are deep-rooted around my extreme dislike of humans. Now with this Boston marathon bombing, our world is going to get scarier. Anyone else feel we are going to lose more freedoms because of this incident. Man! I was reading a blog that I wrote back in 2008, before Obama became president. I knew the world would end in 2012. OK, maybe Obama doesn't have a lot to do with it, but the coincidence is uncanny. We're losing our gun rights because of the school shooting last year at Sandy Hook Elementary. Now what is going to happen now that this bombing has taken place? People sicken me! You wonder why I like animals better? Just look at the world around us now!
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