Stop…You’re Bothering Me

I have a lot of patience most of the time. I can usually take things lightly. I try to look at the bright side of life, but sometimes things just bug me, and here are a few of those things:

People who do this

People who do this

The fact that I always say orange for green and green for orange.

People who read out loud in public places like libraries.

People who complain about life on Facebook. You have a computer and an internet connection. It’s not that bad.

I label most people who bug me “jackholes.”

Today, I’m over at the SisterWives blog along with some other fabulously hot female bloggers. Come on over, (click here) and I’ll define jackhole for you and also let you in on what’s bugging us. Spoiler alert…this is not your typical SisterWives post. We are letting our hair down and showing you our lighter side. Hope you enjoy it.

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11 thoughts on “Stop…You’re Bothering Me

    • Somebody caught that!! Yes, I interchange the colors orange and green. I have since I was a child. I will say to one of my kids, “please bring me your green cup,” and they will look at me like I’m crazy. Because it’s orange. I see them correctly, but I grew up with four color blind brothers. I blame them.

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      • But *you’re* definitely not colourblind? Geez, that’s a really weird one! That said, it might be one of those mental-block things, I guess, cos I get those and there are relatively simple things I CONSISTENTLY get wrong. And it bugs the hell outta me.

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  1. Hubby & I use the term “Moorhead” when someone is really bothering us. It was supposed to be moron or dickhead, but hubby was so frustrated one day he was spitting mad & yelled out moorhead! It’s stuck ever since!

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  2. Jackal Hounds I used to call them, around the kids. That’s since gone out the door.

    I like when people prop their carts up like that when it would be 3 more steps to take the damn thing back into Target.

    And also, I get white and yellow mixed up. Done for nearly 40 years.

    Off to see what you have to say over there.

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