Pet Peev of the day - that thing that probably wouldn't normally bug you so much but today just seems to be on your nerves?
Today , so far this morning, I found myself getting annoyed by some answers I've read (from fairly benign questions). I don't normally even notice, but today I've noticed a bunch of answers that don't necessarily address the question, but seem to go off on their own tangent.
LOL so I stopped and reminded myself that some people naturally interject their thoughts and feelings and detail from their own way of doing something - and that's just how they talk. Heck it's not a big deal. Makes me wonder what in the world is really bothering me for something so innocent to spark a nerve in me.
So I guess my peev of the day seems to be "Getting off Topic" LOL How silly is that!
What's yours today?
P.S. maybe expressing it will help diffuse it?? :/
Asked by Anonymous at 11:01 AM on Jun. 1, 2011 in Just for Fun
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Today I when I was dropping my son off at school saw a woman on her cellphone run the light at the cross walk and almost hit two kids. Thankfully, a cop was sitting right there running the radar and pulled her over. She was on her cellphone texting which is against the law here. A child was hit at the school on Friday by another mom who was talking on her cellphone and driving. Thankfully, the child wasn't seriously injured. The police dept is stepping up patrols at drop off and pick up. Hope it helps. So I am annoyed with the self absorbed nit wits who can't wait a few minutes to make a call or send a text.
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