For me, one of my biggest pet peeves is how many people can't spell "lose". It's so bad, it's like a typographical error epidemic has been loosed on the world.

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You don't get it... You're not a 17-year-old girl. It goes like this:

armenianprince: wan 2 cyber?
PrincessJezzy: LOL

And then he can't say anything because the conversation is over. There's no response to LOL. It's annoying to you, but it's useful to us. You also use it when you're talking to someone boring and you have nothing to say to them. It saves you time and energy in the long run. And it makes you seem like you're actually listening, in the case you can't block them because maybe they have a hot friend or you know their mom or something.

In which case it goes like this:

skaterdater: im bored
PrincessJezzy: lol
skaterdater: i want a sandwich
PrincessJezzy: lol
skaterdater: wanna cyber?
Princess Jezzy: LOL

It's a life saver... Plus it's much cooler to pronounce it "lawl" rather than say "ell-oh-ell".
Some day all us old dinosaurs will die off and leave the earth to you whippersnapper mammals.
I agree. I do not like being asked to figure out what these letters are supposed to represent. It is quite annoying.
a homless guy that has thrown up so much at one bench by Target that the sidewalk is stained brown and I won't go any further... surreal, why does the city (or surrounding faith-based businesses) let this go on? we're talking years by now.
Don't you do graphic design? Maybe you could design a t-shirt.
One of my biggest pet peeves is when religious people ruin what might otherwise be a perfectly good friendship by trying to "convert" me or my wife to their way of thinking (ie; blind "faith" in believing a book of fairy tales -- aka: Bible). I used to take the trouble to make them look and feel like the idiots they are, and embarrass them by pointing out some of the more ridiculous aspects of their bible and their beliefs just for fun, but nowadays it's just a nuisance and I avoid them. Either way, their insistence upon not gracefully accepting my difference of opinion with them destroys any possibility of friendship even though I couldn't care less what they believe, and even though I never initiate a discussion about religion because it isn't important to me as an atheist.

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Welcome Ron. That's a good one (pet peeve). Every time i try to point something out in the bible, i don't get any type of argument, but I do get stuff like "why are so mad?", "what happened to you?", "chill out", etc.
Right now my pet peeve is IBHS (itchy butt hole syndrome) and I've got a ferocious case of it!
When I sit to long I get BSTL (ball stuck to leg).
When I sit too long, I spontaneously combust.
Chewing Gum! I hate everything about it, the sound, that people stick it everywhere, that people feel the need to play with it with their fingers while it is still in their mouth, the big sticky bubbles, the fact that it makes one look a cow chewing it's cud. *Shudder*
Heh. Me too. Growing up on a farm with a herd of cattle turned me off to chewing gum.


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