A Room With a Southern View

Thoughts on Life and Liberty from an Average Middle-Class Kentuckian

Pet Peeves

on March 16, 2012

I’ve decided to write a new series about my Pet Peeves, little things that irritate me.  This could become a very long series!  I decided against numbering them, like I do my Question of the Day series, because in numbering my Pet Peeves, it might give the impression that Number 1 is more irritating than say Number 10, which won’t be the case.  I’m just going to write about pet peeves randomly as they occur to me.

You may be thinking, “Who cares?! Don’t sweat the small stuff. Get a life!”

You’re right.  And I don’t sweat the small stuff.  Most of my Pet Peeves are like gravels in the road of life, not like potholes.  They are little things that cause me to wince in the moment, but I don’t lose sleep over them.

I guess it’s just good to vent sometimes.

Maybe you will find some wisdom and humor in this series.  Perhaps it will make you look at things a little differently from time to time.


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