Thursday, April 15, 2010

It's National Gripe Day!

Do you have a gripe you want to get off your chest?

Tell us about it right here. Let it all out.....

10 comments:

Anonymous said...

I think we could save money by removing road signs that say "Keep Right Except To Pass". There is no enforcement, so why make the rule? I met that guy who owns the LEFT LANE, I followed him for miles. Causes frustrated drivers behind him to speed up, pass on the right, and is inconsiderate at best. Bring back those "Courtesy Is Contagious" radio license plates.

Brenda S said...

I want a job in the city driving around parking lots ticketing those people who park in Handicapped spaces when they are clearly are not !!!I see people abusing that little blue tag they hang from their mirror that is meant only to be used when you are the handicapped person not a friend or relative of one!! I am trying to teach my daughter to be respectful of things and that is one of those things that we both get sooooo irritated with..

Melly said...

I have a couple things to get off my chest! first off, when I go through Tim Hortons drive thru and order 3-4 drinks and they can clearly see it's JUST ME in the car, and they ask" Do you need a tray?"I replied once "No, I am going to juggle all these, YES I want a tray!" really though! I think they may just be programmed just like workers at Wal-mart"did you find everything you're looking for?" HAHAHAH

#2 When I was pregnant I went to wal-mart at the crossing. I was looking for a close spot because my pregnancy was very painful, I seen a van pull into the LAST "mothers to be" spot. Guess who gets out...TWO teenage boys!! can you believe that!! Man I was pissed. I didn't see them in the store but we all happen to come out the same time. I yelled "I don't think you are pregnant!"

Anonymous said...

I hate when people use their high beams at night on the BEDFORD HIGHWAY!!!! Hello, it's lined with street lights! If you're that blind, get off the road! Also when people drive up behind me with their high beams on, is it necessary to blind me? I drive mostly at night and these things drive me crazy!

Anonymous said...

I hate at work when people think they are excused from cleaning up there own mess. Our office has a diswasher and they put the dishes in the sink....or better yet if the dishes are clean they open the door and never put the dishes away.Some mornings I feel like I am back at home ...doing the same job... GRRR!!!

I hate when people ask you the same the thing every time they pass you in the office... how is going today.... or what's new.

I hate when I am trying to get on the bus and I step aside to let passengers off and the ones behind me go ahead without noticing I am waiting for a reason.

Anonymous said...

I don't like when people upsell you and don't let you know it's extra. Like ;Do you want gravy with that? Do you want cheese?

Anonymous said...

Owners of businesses who do not treat their employees with respect.


Peter was at this place the other week having fish.

Anonymous said...

For all drivers...you have signal lights for reason! If you are turning right, flick on the right light, turning left, flick on the left light...they flash so that the people behind you know you're going to turn. It's a novel concept, I know, but what a great invention!

Dartmouth/EasternPassage said...

wonders why ppl including my neighbors who live in the other half of the duplex, feel the need to let their dog pee and poop in the front yard and not clean it up (thought there was a bylaw for this) and my kids have to step in it every time they are outside. Either clean up ur $h!* or use the back yard where no one can see it.. we live right next to the community playground. its gross to see that and walk 5 more feet and its the playground which is neither a dog pooping gounds.. which i see all the time..

Anonymous said...

I have to respond to Melly - I have the opposite problem. I find that Tim's employees automatically put the cups in a tray, and I have to say "no tray please". I have 4 cup holders in my car, and I find the coffee less likely to spill in the holders than in a tray. So while you would think it was "obvious" to the staff, I can see why they ask.