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January 05, 2009

Things That Piss Me Off #107

Mario Party.


October 09, 2008

Things That Piss Me Off #106

“Team GB”.


September 19, 2008

Things That Piss Me Off #105

Glandular fever.


August 29, 2008

Things That Piss Me Off #104

People who refer to any game with a musical theme that uses scrolling notes to indicate timing as based off Guitar Hero.


July 09, 2008

Things That Piss Me Off #103

Steps.


May 19, 2008

Things That Piss Me Off #102

Office 2007.


March 31, 2008

Things That Piss Me Off #101

Follow-up to Things That Piss Me Off Centenary Special from The Man From O.N.K.E.N.

Top 100 lists.


Things That Piss Me Off Centenary Special

Well, I made it to 100 things that piss me off. And to celebrate, here is a recap of the first 99 things that made me “upset” enough to write a short non-explanatory entry about them:

Accidentally hitting the cPS LOCK KEY WHILE TYPING A LONG SENTENCE.
Animal rights protestors.
Anime music videos.
Anonymous.
Arabic in Windows.
Badly-designed road junctions.
Bebo.
Being a forum moderator.
Bidding wars on eBay.
Bingo.
Blackberries.
British Telecommunications plc.
Buses.
Change machines.
Computers which for no apparent reason switch themselves off.
Children who expect massive financial rewards for exam results regardless of how good they are.
Children.
Covering letters
Dance machine cameramen/women
Duvet Covers
Easter Holidays
Eurobeat
Facebook
Fog.
Grudge-bearing inanimate objects.
Hangnails.
Hypocrites.
Injection of Love 7k and Inori L7.
Injuries.
Interchanging between “intarweb drama 4 lulz” and “real life drama for shits”.
Jobs which demand three references but don’t allow personal references.
Karaoke.
Languages using Cyrillic.
LiveJournal
lol PAD MISS
London.
Mah-jongg.
Me.
Mini roundabouts.
Mobile mp3 Filofax camera video game organiser calculator instant messaging can opener phones.
“Mr. Moon” by Julie ann Frost.
MySpace
“neccesarily”.
Non-ultrasonic ultrasonic insect repellers.
Not even being in the top 10 hits on Google for things that piss me off.
Parents and other relatives of said children who are prepared to pay ridiculous amounts of results-based money to bribe them into studying for exams.
Parents.
People who are incapable of using CSS properly.
People who are too lazy to think for themselves.
People who can’t tell the difference between your and you’re.
People who can’t tell the difference between lose and loose.
People who can’t tell the different between “Don’t tell them because it’s a surprise” and “Tell them absolutely everything that’s going on”.
People who disconnect halfway through an online game because they don’t like the fact I’m beating them.
People who write entries I can see but can’t comment on.
People who, instead of using a page break, insert millions of carriage returns to start a new page.
People who, on discovering you possess an above-average competency in a foreign language, immediately tell you to, “Go on, say something in [language]”.
People who, when seizing control of a project, will try to claim as much credit as they can for any successes but as little responsibility as possible for any failures.
People whose blogs seem to consist entirely of listed entries.
People, especially women from Yorkshire, who excessively use “duck” as a term of endearment.
Politicians.
Post-It Notes.
Rain.
Religion.
Romanians.
Running out of toilet paper halfway through.
Rural post offices.
Scoring 361 points in a game of Scrabble and STILL losing.
Scratby.
Sex.
Shops which do not stock Onken.
Siblings.
Sleet.
Socks.
Songs that have tiny BPM fluctuations.
Spam.
STILL not being #1 hit on Google for Onken.
Stupid retard n00bs who waltz into the internet thinking they’re the great big I AM without actually understanding what is going on.
Suits.
Sven Goran Eriksson.
Taxi drivers.
“tb”, aka “txt bk”, aka “text back”
Teapots.
Teatowels.
Television commercial families.
That’s because your coin is there. (in the reject slot)
The Aquafresh advert.
The London Marathon and The Great North Run.
The London Underground, by far the most useless public transport system in the developed world.
The mistaken belief of certain video games being “innovative” when they are in fact blatant clones of other titles, especially in reference to Guitar Hero.
The number of adverts for substantially discounted sofas and suites which plague TV at Christmas time, but then disappear for the other 49 weeks of the year.
Things that go bump in the morning.
Those people who hang around train stations and beg for money on the grounds that (they’re a little bit short of their randomly determined destination/need to make a realy important phone call/haven’t eaten all day and would just like a cup of coffee) but aren’t actual beggars.
Tourists.
Tractors.
Traffic Lights
Train station lavatories.
txtspk
Windows Updates.
Zealots.

And so here is the momentous moment you’ve been eagerly unanticipating…

Things That Piss Me Off #100

British Summer Time

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March 19, 2008

Things That Piss Me Off #99

Post-It Notes.


January 10, 2008

Things That Piss Me Off #98

The London Underground, by far the most useless public transport system in the developed world.


December 24, 2007

Things That Piss Me Off #97

The number of adverts for substantially discounted sofas and suites which plague TV at Christmas time, but then disappear for the other 49 weeks of the year.


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