Ha ha love it there is nothing like having a moan.
But life is short my friends so quick fire hates;
I hate comunial toilits
I hate red tape and burocrocey
I hate anal retentive people
I hate the PC birgrade
and needels I especially hate needels.
I wont appoligise for my lack of grammer or bad spelling as I am dyslexic which is a reconised disability and you wouldnt laugh at a guy in a wheelchair or tell him he should get up and walk correctly like your supposed to do. If you would then you belong in my list above.
Message posted by tully on 03 August 2010 at 8:23pm - IP Logged
1) When paying for goods with a card, people who stand right next to you, I usually ask them if they are paying!
2) People who go to Greece and then moan about everything, they should stay home.
3) Curry, can't stand it
4) Phone sales, if I need double glazing I would be phoning them
5)Men who think they are invisable at traffic lights and decide to pick their noses. Gross
I could go on, but I wont!!
Message posted by julesx2 on 03 August 2010 at 8:30pm - IP Logged
Quote: Originally posted by MartynG on 03 August 2010
"Washing walls, radiators, kitchen units, doors, windows and ceilings on an extremely regular basis after our very own 'Spit' the dog shakes his head! Bless him! Beethoven, eat your heart out!"
Trisa - train your dog to shake, on command, outside. It can be done, but it takes time.
This is very true, my friend has gundogs who are trained to retrieve birds from water and she has taught them to only shake on command as if they shake with a game bird in mouth they could bruise the bird making it useless for eating...very clever and it makes me giggle as she just says "shake" and they do it anywhere water or no water...wouldnt fancy teaching my dog to do it though she finds "sit" difficult enough to master...well she is Greek!!!
Message posted by julesx2 on 03 August 2010 at 8:37pm - IP Logged
P.S. My pet hate is by far...SPITTING FOOTBALLERS ON TV...grrrrr they make my bloody boil
No 2 is small children where I work,running full pelt around the store completely out of control, squeaking the dog toys untill my head wants to explode...julesxx
Sloppy English grammar. For example "we were sat" (instead of "we were sitting") or "your" instead of "you're" or "there" instead of "their" or "they're".
Regarding languages, major changes take place over decades, centuries and millennia. So is it really that important? If the majority of people change the meaning of a word, or alter aspects of grammar, the change supplants the older form and is established. No big deal.
but "Here's a little poem I found on the internet following on from how language has changed".
Another good example is to ejaculate which meant originally to exclaim something suddenly.
But who cares?
I don't think I have any pet hates, being a tolerate but perhaps boring individual.
Message posted by thecorfiot on 03 August 2010 at 8:48pm - IP Logged
Nothing really annoys me much, I do have some niggles though and I try not to let them bother me, but I have to admit, sometimes I do succumb!
1)the washing machine that eats steve's socks-why do I put in 5 pairs and end up with 4 1/2 pairs?
2)the rogue sock by the washbasket upstairs, after checking and double checking I have a full dark load
3)why do people get so upset over trivia?-(sorry)
4)people who mumble as if they are afraid of their own voice-dont care what accent it is -I love them all!
5)having creaky knees
There-thats about it!
Message posted by trisa on 03 August 2010 at 10:38pm - IP Logged
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