Things I can't stand...

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LoL... far be it from me to point out that you just complained.

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i know-that is the funny part of it! :D
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I can't stand close-mindedness, and when people hurt other people.
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Colonel Gray Poopond wrote:I can't stand close-mindedness, and when people hurt other people.
Do you mean physically or mentally, because I hate it when people just make fools out of other people by saying things about them (that may or maynot be true)
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Post by CluedoKid »

since the topic of smilies was brought up before......

...that damned :wink: has got to go. People use it far too much around her. No, it does not please me when you reply back to me with a wink. It makes you seem like your either insincere about your post, or you just being smug.
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Here's a list of things I despise! I'm getting seriously angry just writing this!:

Hannah Montana/Miley Cyrus
The Jonas Brothers
Ben 10
Sports
Youths (The hoody, no-gooders)
Bullies
My Chair which I have to sit on to go on my laptop
My bed, it's rock hard!
Rap music

I'll probably come back and edit this! :|

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Clue Renovation... but don't we all :lol:
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To a slight degree, I can stand that.
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Reinvention's okay, but God, I hate the whole modern look! All of the suspects look smug and what on Earth happened to my Conservatory? Wait a minute, where's the Library, or the Study? Oh that's right people, they've been replaced by the Observatory and the Living Room, fully complete with a plasma screen tv of course.

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Adam106 wrote:Reinvention's okay, but God, I hate the whole modern look! All of the suspects look smug and what on Earth happened to my Conservatory? Wait a minute, where's the Library, or the Study? Oh that's right people, they've been replaced by the Observatory and the Living Room, fully complete with a plasma screen tv of course.
And where the heII is the Billiard Room and Ballroom.... and Lounge....
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cacums wrote:
Adam106 wrote:Reinvention's okay, but God, I hate the whole modern look! All of the suspects look smug and what on Earth happened to my Conservatory? Wait a minute, where's the Library, or the Study? Oh that's right people, they've been replaced by the Observatory and the Living Room, fully complete with a plasma screen tv of course.
And where the heII is the Billiard Room and Ballroom.... and Lounge....
Exactly! Oh that's right, the host of a manor is far more likely to have a personal theatre rather than a billiard room. And where do people like to go and dance or have a good time with music? The Patio of course!

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Things I loathe and despise:

Bullies (seriously, wtf is their problem?)
Chemistry
The Disney show that I don't think needs to be named anymore at this point
People who claim Miley Cyrus is more talented than Hilary Duff (I can think of a lot of actresses and singers who are more talented than Hilary Duff, but Miley Cyrus is NOT one of them)
Junior High Girls (from personal experience, that is the age where they are at their b*tchiest, ESPECIALLY in grade eight)
Religious Jerks (as in, you'll go to h*ll for reading anything on the Most Frequently Challenged Books list; non-specified because every religion has its jerk)
Athiest Jerks (as in, you're an idiot for celebrating your stupid holiday; I have met some atheists who are also great human beings; I'm referring to the ones at school who mocked me when I innocently mentioned Passover)
Anyone who thinks Canadians are meek and mild-mannered has obviously never seen us during Question Period!

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Flaky people. I could go on and on but no need. Everyone knows plenty of these type of people. They just tend to be my significant others or close friends.
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I CANNOT stand when we loose a volleyball game. BUT today....we had a tournament and we came in 1st and we got a Christian Character trophy!!!! :D :D
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Post by CommunismJustARedHerring »

Colonel Gray Poopond wrote:I can't stand close-mindedness, and when people hurt other people.
That bothers me too. I hate it when people mistreat each other.

I also get frustrated with overly conventional people who are afraid to be themselves/step outside of the box and accept who they are.

I like people who don't just go along with the crowd. My favorite people are those who are eccentric-in-a-good-way.

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TheWhitePawn wrote:I don't know about where you guys live, but only black people say "my bad" around here... and it's a relatively new term. I can't say I heard anyone using it more than maybe a year ago...

Then again, I'm rarely ever around a group of black people (not that I'm racist or anything) so maybe that's why...
Omg its soo true. theres this this girl in my a day 'lunches and if she drops something she always gos ' my bad" its soooo annoying
Flames on the side of my face!

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I say 'my bad' sarcastically when someone points out my mistake.
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I've gotten over my whole weird annoyance at the phrase, really, and I sometimes say it myself even.
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Post by CluedoKid »

Whenever I do say it, I say it like Sully from Harper's Island would say it, "that was totally my bad." with drawn out emphasis .

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What episode was that from? I can hear it, but I don't remember when it was said.
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