There is one thing that I have seen happen twice in the last week that has put me over the edge- enough to write another one of these posts
Cars, bikes, and pedestrians who do not immediately move for emergency vehicles. Really people? You are perfectly healthy and going along your merry way – get the heck out of the road for ambulances and fire trucks. The extra 30 seconds is not going to make a big difference in your life but it might for someone else. When emergency vehicles have their sirens on, are emitting defining noises, and the driver is aggressively honking, they are not trying to cut the New York City traffic – they need to go save people. Get the hell out of their way.
This is the third installment of my pet peeves series. It was not meant to be a series when I first posted in April 2013 in conjunction with my friend Kathryn
and the second was as a result of that post with a bunch of my readers top pet peeves. Over the last year I have collected a few more:
When escalator arms move faster than the stairs
Expired suntan lotion
Movies that don’t live up to the raves and reviews
Expensive expired vegetables
People who put their bags next to them on the seat of a crowded subway car
People who say “I won’t bite” “I could just eat you.” and “Nom.”
Emails with “John Smith requested a read receipt for the message ‘Pocahontas’
And really anything from the Shit Nobody Says Twitter reworded:
And that is all from me until after Labor Day as I will be celebrating my grandfather’s 80th birthday with a family reunion and am going to unplug to truly enjoy this time with my family! This weekend I will be here:
Doing a lot of this:
Happy Labor Day !