I love Dunkin Donuts coffee. What bothers me is they don't stir the sugar and creamer, they just pour the coffee into it with the intent that the hot coffee coming in a 0.00000004 miles an hour will somehow mix it up. Surprisingly, it does but that OCD part of me just doesn't like it.
How about those fellow employees, shoppers and other people that take up two parking spots. They’re the same folks that have some superiority complex that allows them to park crookedly and therefore prevent others from parking in the empty space beside them. This in turn makes me walk seven steps more to my destination. The injustice!
Anyone in real life or on television, especially police officers, that call out "Where's he at?" instead of asking "Where is he?" I may not be a walking English major but even I know that's wrong, wrong, wrong. I'm starting to see red already.
The same goes for my children doing any sort of chores, favors or requests for any sort of household work. No matter how often or how detailed I get in my instructions they always screw it up. Did they squeeze out the water from the dish cloth? No. Get their used tissues into the bathroom trashcans? No. Fold the towel to my standards? No. Mix my martini correctly? No. (Ha, I'm making that one up. I don't drink martinis). I'm telling you they're the one with the problem, not me. Well maybe the OCD does get in the way...
Lastly, for this ranting, the most annoying is the Toilet Paper Dispensers in Public Restrooms Committee. Who are these people and why do they put the unit so low? Have you ever noticed the top of the unit starts at the most perfect height for said paper and the actual reach is about a foot below that? They should be putting the top of it higher. I am not an engineer but even I know this. And I can't be the only one who is annoyed by it. Doesn't anyone think ahead about the kind of law suits this could create? Imagine an elderly woman balancing precariously over a germ covered toilet seat (or doing the sitting-on-hands routine that some women prefer) and when trying to get the toilet tissue, does a header into the metal stall door. I daresay the scandal and publicity would be more than annoying. Although when I think about it, the court case would be most entertaining.
“Your Honor, I'd like to bring forth these pictures of where the incident allegedly happened..."
"Excellent. I'd also like to hear the plaintiff. Where's she at?"
Ugh! Okay, I think I need a break to cool down because the annoyancizer is off the scales.