Today, Hoodie put on a post about the things that piss him off.
I said on his post, that I would put on a few of the things that are
on a list that I had written on a piece of paper a while ago.
Here are a few of the main contenders:
People that say 'baby', instead of 'THE BABY'.
It always infuriated me, when we would be with a form of nursing
staff (be they nurse or mid-wife), to the point where I would correct
them after they uttered the fateful word.
It has now crept its way out into the general populace.
I find myself snarling 'THE BABY' at any and all people now.
People that try to correct me with my speech (as in, TH not F).
My 7 year old son, my wife, and pretty much everybody else, does
They say 'It's ttthhhh' (whilst showering me with spit) 'Not f'.
But, when they use it in a sentence. It sounds exactly the bloody
same to me.
It makes me laugh.
Men that pronounce their name as Anthony (with the emphasis on the
I had never heard of it, until one pretentious actor piped up with it, in
an attempt to sound more aloof, I'm sure.
Now, every f*ck-witt is coming out with it.
'Sorry. It's not Anthony. It's pronounced Antttthhhony.'
I pronounce it, TWAT. With an emphasis on the T.W.A and T
That being the case. Where the name has always been shortened to 'Tony'.
Surely, these arseholes of humanity, should be called 'Fony'.
Because, that's what they are.
I'll leave it at that, as I'm starting to hyper-ventilate.