Things that drive you mad or you just don't get about the modern world
I'll start because this is one of life's great mysteries to me.....
Why is it that the waitress comes over to you to ask you if you're food is alright the SECOND you've just spooned a mahoosive gobful in, so you can't actually answer her question without being rude or spitting food everywhere? How do they time that so well?
Why does the phone only ring when you can't answer it?
Why when you are stuck in a traffic jam and can't move a centimetre in any direction does a driver behind have to start tooting furiously?
why is it, that when you're riding down a quiet narrow country lane, the only frigging oncoming vehicle you meet will be on a blind bend??
Why is it that the day you want to leave early from work - every single disaster and emergency rears its ugly head?
Good one Emmy I am currently awaiting a courier driver to pick up a part, 40 minutes so far however still awaiting a engineer who picked up the wrong part earlier to return can't leave till this is done . Wouldn't mind but told mrs V I would cook tonight as I have been getting in early this week.
Why does it piss down with rain the moment I leave the house for a run, and stop raining the moment I get back?
Why is it that I check the weather forecast from the internet rather than look outside in the sky...Is it going to rain in two hours.... This site says yes, must find one that says no and once I find one, I can then feel relieved and go for a run.
Then it starts raining. But by then it doesnt matter.
So whats the point in even checking the weather??
Use either side, it's just the way foil is made by pressing it through rollers! Do you prefer a shiny or matt hat?
whne clients need everything done yesterday NOW NOW NOW. but dont pay you until the end of the week/month/quarter.
TimR. Shiney on the outside to reflect the beams. If you put the shiny side on the inside your brain will overheat and explode.
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