Something that annoys you

Started by ericj, June 06, 2008, 05:22:35 pm

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Some of them were funny years ago, but they're so played out and annoying now.


I think people consume way too much saturation media, and get burnt out on things too quickly; it's like pop radio.

Most of the quotes are hilarious. People have built a witty mythology around him that you don't see anywhere else. People tried with Mr. T, I guess, but that caricature failed.

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I hate it that I dont have the courage to go to a store with my famicom to try to hook up my famicom to TV's... :'(


Why not? It's not like they're going to ban you for it, just ask nicely and they'll be glad to help you find a TV that works.
I've been to stores with all sorts of crazy hardware to test before buying and I've always received plenty of help.
Salespeople usually get extra dough if they manage to sell you something expensive like a TV, so they'll do anything to make you buy something.


People that walk three across on a sidewalk and refuse to move. I literally walked right into a guy just now.


When 2 or more people put multiple food items into one microwave during lunchtime at school, thinking that it's efficient. ::)

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At least you have a microwave at your school.  The cafeteria at Westhampton Beach pales in comparison to Southampton.
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SEGA fanfags

(y know, when you say that mario is awesome they say: Mario is a fat dumbass, Sonic is so fast!!)

Y know whats funny? In SMB1 Mario is actually faster than sonic...


Sonic isn't in Super Mario Brothers.


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Prompts that tell you "your password will expire in xx days, do you want to change it?".  How about you just tell me when it does expire and force me to change it then?  Instead of, you know, prompting me every time I log in for the two weeks proceeding the expiration date.