Things We Love to Hate
By Damn Joan Staff
This month’s infuriating, insufferable objects of our inconsistent, possibly unhinged ire.
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- Water that costs more than $2.
- People who wear hats too small for their heads.
- Edison light bulbs, the millennial pink of lighting.
- Socks that slide into your shoe.
- Misuse of the word “karma.”
- Fake pockets. Why.
- All rose gold needs to be melted down and thrown into space.
- People who are six seasons behind on a TV show but still freak out about spoilers.
- Velcro shoes.
- Velcro in general.
- Upper lip sweat.
- Lined notebooks.
- People who wear headphones with the volume up so loud everyone can hear their music. It is 2017. How is this not a felony?
- People who refer to public restrooms as bathrooms.
- Websites that constantly ask me if I want desktop notifications. If you need me, text me.
- Bad tippers.
- Block chains.
- People who touch the interior ceiling when they are in a car. [ED NOTE: We are scratching our heads over this one too, but that’s kind of the point of this list.]
- “Can I ask you a question?”
- “Guacamole costs extra.”
- Sidewalk tailgaters.
- Brown mustard. Literally an oxymoron.
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