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» Amazing Projects

My most amazing project
Was my ex-boyfriend.

It took me months to train him not to pish on the toilet seat, leave the seat down, the lid closed, to get him not to sulk when he insisted on coming out shopping with me for the day and I wanted to spend ages looking at shoes. It was an accomplishment!

I hope his current lady is happy with my hard work.
(Mon 21st Nov 2011, 18:52, More)

» Old stuff I still know

My Nan's phone number
And she has been dead over half of my life.
(Fri 1st Jul 2011, 11:45, More)

» What nonsense did you believe in as a kid?

For years
And I'm still not unconvinced now, I was convinced that giraffes have radar in their horns.
(Mon 23rd Jan 2012, 22:10, More)

» Irrational Hatred

At the end of the day, obviously.
That first little phrase drives me mental. Not actually mental, but it does make me clench my teeth and arse every time I hear it.

It's like this, at the end of the day, I am going home. So whatever you are saying won't matter much then.

Don't get me started on "obviously". One of the (very lovely) ladies who I work with says it all of the time, it makes me feel angry when she says it when she is establishing something that is a statement of fact, rather than explaining the situation. "Obviously Mr. Brown spent all of his money on paint." When it's only obvious to her, and not the customer that she is talking too.

Having said that, the customers don't appear to mind, so I should, and will, keep my pissyness to myself. Well, apart from the fact that I am ranting a little here.
(Mon 4th Apr 2011, 18:14, More)

» Irrational Hatred

Folding the recepit.
What frequently gets me going is when you are in a shop, and the assistant folds the receipt up before he or she puts it in your hand. It drives me INSANE.

It's as if they have done something wrong with your transaction and they are trying to hide it. There is a "special" assistant who does this all the time in M&S, every time I end up at his till I can feel the blood start to boil.

I think I am going to click on "I like this" a lot this week. I must be getting angrier as I am getting older.
(Thu 31st Mar 2011, 20:57, More)
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