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A New Survey, So You Know What That Means...

Tired of all those surveys where you list favorite this, favorite that? Now you get to list off everything you HATE and vent about everything that annoys you or makes you mad.

MOST HATED...

VEGETABLE: onions, green peppers, and mushrooms

FRUIT: prunes

MEAL: the same old, same old.

CANDY: licorice

NON-ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGE: prune juice

ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGE: straight gin

COLOR: pink

TOWN/CITY: Waterbury, CT

RESTAURANT: Max's Downtown (Way too expensive!)

FAST FOOD JOINT: By process of elimination, Burger King

SONG: Any Jennifer Lopez collaboration

TV SHOW: reality shows or most sitcoms on now.

MOVIE: Waiting to Exhale or The Bodyguard

BAND/GROUP: Nickleback

FEMALE SOLO ARTIST: Mariah Carey

MALE SOLO ARTIST: Clay Aiken

ASPECT OF AOL INSTANT MESSENGER: That no one I used to talk to is on anymore...

ANIMAL: squirrel

INSECT: Mosquitoes

BIRD: Any that sing freakin' early in the morning.

SEASON: As I get older, Winter

AGE OF KIDS: kids that are too younger to understand I want them to go away. (Unfortunately, many adults don't get that either...)

WHAT ANNOYS YOU MORE THAN ANYTHING: Stupid uninformed people who vote and watch TV in large numbers.

MOST HATED PART OF...

DRIVING: That I can't...

TALKING ON THE PHONE: I prefer e-mail...

WATCHING TV OR MOVIES: hour-long shows that are in reality only 45 minutes.

EATING IN RESTAURANTS: waitstaff that are never around when you need them.

GOING THROUGH DRIVE-THRUS: getting the order wrong? ::shrugs::

THE MALL: crowds during non-holiday periods. Easter isn't a gift-giving holiday, people!

SLEEPING (OR TRYING TO SLEEP): loud birds or mothers...

SHOWERING: low water pressure or no hot water (Is there any other problems?)

THE BEACH: hot sand? ::shrugs::

THE GROCERY STORE: poor selection of frozen dinners.

A DATE: when you can't think of anything more to say.

SITTING IN CLASS: boring lecture

YOUR JOB: not getting paid for lunch breaks.

BEING AROUND KIDS: when they won't go away.

THE HOLIDAY SEASON: crowds, long lines.

PLAYING VIDEO GAMES: Not enough games that use my skills.

COOKING OR BAKING: not having the right equipment.

RANDOM/MISCELLANEOUS...

WHAT'S YOUR LEAST FAVORITE THING TO DO INVOLVING CLEANING?: dusting places no one will see anyway.

WHAT HOUSEHOLD CHORE DO YOU HATE?: washing pots and pans.

WHAT DO YOU THINK WOULD BE THE ABSOLUTE WORST WAY TO DIE?: Anything that's not quick or pleasurable in any way.

THE MOST ANNOYING HABIT IN OTHERS?: stupidity

WHAT IS YOUR WORST HABIT?: nail-biting.

WHAT FASHION TREND (PAST OR PRESENT) HAVE YOU HATED THE MOST?: trends in general

WHAT POPULAR SONG (PAST OR PRESENT) HAVE YOU HATED THE MOST?: "Complicated" by Avril Lavigne comes to mind.

MOST HATED LINE FROM YOUR PARENTS: "Why don't you ask...out on a date?" or "I hope you never smoke."

WORST OR MOST HATED PICKUP LINE: I said "You're 21? You don't look a day over 20!" once. I think I meant it as a pick-up line.

WORST THING ABOUT BEING A LITTLE KID: Nothing. I wish I could go back to that.

WORST THING ABOUT BEING MIDDLE SCHOOL AGED: shyness

WORST THING ABOUT HIGH SCHOOL: stupid assholes.

WORST THING ABOUT COLLEGE: cafeteria food

DUMBEST RULE YOU REMEMBER FROM SCHOOL: I've blocked them out I guess.

MOST IRRITATING THING ABOUT YOUR CAR: no divider window to separate the front from the back?

TO BE COMPLETELY STEREOTYPICAL, WHAT DO YOU THINK IS THE MOST ANNOYING THING ABOUT GIRLS?: That they claim they don't want assholes but gravitate to them anyway.

TO BE COMPLETELY STEREOTYPICAL, WHAT DO YOU THINK IS THE MOST ANNOYING THING ABOUT GUYS?: Thinking with their penis?

MOST HATED ONLINE EXPRESSION: TTFN

MOST HATED EVERYDAY PHRASE/SAYING/EXPRESSION: What's up or 'sup?

WHAT'S ANNOYING YOU TODAY?: telemarketers

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