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Pretty fucking AWFUL?
argh argh argh
This is a thread for ranting in.
(will that do?)
Minus the hyphen.
Almost as good as listlessness.
the sexual appetite of that 60-year-old colonel
and not if they were good and SBSGRTM'4A3VB 5Q5.#.BE,WM
god, its quite depressing when you think of things like this.
anyway, go hug someone, or cry, both are good.
it still makes no sense. ah well.
But I have to wait ages!
And how will I know when its ended?!
Oh god ARGH
I fucking hate rude people.
People who bash you as they walk past you in the street - my automatic response is to say "oh! sorry!" then im like, wait?! why am i sorry?! YOU BASHED INTO ME YOU RUDE POO!
I don't like people who apologise too much. Like, walking past you and brushing you even slightly and saying "sorry!" and I'm like, "fucksake, no need, you touched me, you didn't like break my arm or knock anything out of my hand or spill your soup all over me". (in my head).
I'd say 'seriously, stop apologising!' and she would reply 'Sorry!' ARGH
But I'd rather someone bashed into me and apologised than just rushed on. It's just basic manners
everything is always my fault.
I'm probably more sorry than you ever will be though. HAH.
You saw Clerks, right?
it's like all the people you hate the most congregate in your queue.
i used to have a lovely old man who was a regular, he'd do his lottery and tell me "when i win i'll take ou out in my flash new car!" and he had a cute little dog and he always used to chat wih me for a bit and aww :)
old people - pretty fantastic?
But whats even worse is when the people working are rude to you.
I dont think it's that much effort to smile and be friendly to people, but I dont see why I bother, when Im the bloody customer and I make more effort than the shop assistants! (london-centric)
this happened to me today too!
except it was the other way round, she said 'NO, i DON'T' even though it was quite a lot of things and she didn't have a bag, then used her card to pay and because our card machine takes a long time i said "sorry, the machine is quite slow" and she gave me a look of disgust and said "i'll pay by CASH then" but by that time i'd already put it through by card and so i had to cancel it and put it through again and she kept tutting and saying "unacceptable" :'(
FUCKING BITCH WHORE I HATE YOU
i especially hate the general public who take it out on me, i'm like 'hey, do you think i own this shop? i'm only 19, you fuck!'
this guy came in the other day and had a huge go at me for wrapping stuff in clingfilm because it was 'overpackaging'
i work at a deli, i have to wrap stuff in clingfilm otherwise it would go off. I told him this and he was like "i've been in other delis, they don't package things as much as you do, blah blah whatever"
do you think i make the rules? this is my job, you MASSIVELY HUGE IDIOT. Go away with your dreadlocks and your beansprouts and read the guardian. Gah.
to all of that
i hate to say it. i want to believe most people have good hearts etc, but the evidence points quite adamantly to the contrary.
but then it makes me smile all the more when a stranger (not a weido) sparks up a conversation with me, is kind, offers me their place in the queue when i have less items, it just restores my faith in humanity and gives me a little glow inside :)
people like that should get chained to a till for a day and see how they like it.
argh! i hate people who just dont think/care about how other PEOPLE might be feeling etc. and are just selfish and rude and stuck up!
thing. I think sorry then is good, for both people. just politeness isn't it? very British politeness.
I hate it when people apologise too much though and i'm one of the guiltiest people in the world for it.
are not my fault or require no apology.I can't help it :(
Im currently pissed off by bosses who make you feel guilty because you ahve to go home ill,proper ill not alcohol induced.
It suggests that all possible unsolicited body contact is in some way wrong. It's really uptight. Much better just to ignore such things than make a prissy big deal out of it and have to apologise for something so insignificant.
I have no idea why I over aplogise I need to stop it it's just become such a habit.
But I am constantly afraid of being rude.