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Sometimes you just gotta get a few things off your chest. I don't complain too much usually, so today I am going all "kitchen sink" on you with 7 things that annoy me.
— 1 —The "Happy Birthday To You" song. The melody of this song is terrible, especially for people who have no musical training. It has an octave jump that just makes people uncomfortable because it usually requires switching from your chest register to your head if you're female. It's also really awkward to be the birthday person. What are you supposed to do? Sing along? Smile in silence?
— 2 —When people on Pinterest don't pin the original recipe/idea and you have to jump through five hoops to get to it. Or worse, the link is just a generic blog link and not to any post in particular. Good luck, sucker!
— 3 —Dresses that tie in the back for no reason. I have a few of them, and it's usually just a little cotton cord (nothing special). If it doesn't change the structure of the dress by tying it, then all it's doing is making it uncomfortable for me to sit in a chair (or a wooden church pew, or my car, etc. etc.). I would just take it out, but often it's sewn in or I would have to cut off those little loops too.
|This dress ties in the back, but WHY? It's probably a conspiracy.|
— 4 —When people write "wa-la" (or some variant) but mean "voilà." If you're going to use a term, learn how to spell it first, please. It literally means "see there" in French, so let's keep it French.
— 5 —Sites that have a "keep me logged in" option, but then don't actually keep me logged in. Woe is me.
— 6 —People who want to "eat my baby's face". Why is this a thing? I mean, she's cute, but I've never wanted to "eat her up" or "eat her with a spoon" or whatever. Why do some people feel compelled to eat cute things? I'm sure Freud has some answer, but please keep your cannibalistic tendencies away from my baby's face!
|Please don't eat me!|
— 7 —When people say they are "apart of" something but really mean "a part of" something. Um, do you realize you just said the opposite of what you meant? Grumble grumble.
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