Things that I don’t like.

November 17, 2005

After reading this post on Kate’s blog for some reason I keep thinking of all the things that are the opposite to me – things I don’t like. So here’s a list!

Yellow post it notes.
When I can’t find my keys in the morning.
People who don’t change the toilet roll when they use the end of a roll.
Getting up in the morning when it is cold.
Morning showers in bathrooms with no heating.
People that don’t reply to emails.
Arrogant people.
People that cut me up in their cars.
Being stuck insidde on a cold but beautiful day.
Hot water bottles when they are cold in the morning.
Static hair in winter.
The price of petrol.
Not being able to see my family whenever I want.
Family politics.
Being so hungry I feel feint and sick.
New shoes that hurt my feet.
The smell of bananas.
Never winning the lottery.
Not being able to afford lots more shoes.
Not being able to find a pair of jeans that fit.
The fact that it is Indian Food day in the canteen today (I’m allergic).
Never having been a bridesmaid.
Being allergic to apples (no hot and spicy cider for me).
RnB Music (in general).
Films with lots of violence and blood.
Big dogs.
Getting stuck in traffic.


  • Reply monkey typist November 17, 2005 at 12:43 pm

    i agree! specially with:
    -getting up when cold
    -showers,or anything in the cold
    -non emailling/arrogant people
    -winter hair
    -family politics
    -shoes and the lack of

    no apples?? how come, do you know what in them affects you..?

  • Reply Dancinfairy November 17, 2005 at 1:10 pm

    The apples thing is a bit weird. Didn’t eat them for a couple of years (just went off them) and then had a few in a week. Had the worst stomach trouble ever, two weeks off work, and a million tablets to stop my stomach producing acid.

    Tried them once again and immediately threw up so I have just given up entirely!

    I’m weird I know!

  • Reply monkey typist November 17, 2005 at 4:16 pm

    wow. in that case- how do you feel about toffee pears…?

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