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Annoying things that happened to you today

Postby Gordon » Mon Feb 26, 2007 11:13 am UTC

Kinda a cross between the "how was your day" and "pet peeves" thread

Had to deal with someone particularily stupid today? Post it here so we can all laugh and then wish sweet sweet death upon them.

*phone rings*
Me: "Hi front desk"
Guest: "Ya I was trying to make a call"
Me: *checks to see if they can make LD calls* "OK just make sure to hit 9 before you dial the number"
Guest: "Oh ok"
*phone rings*
Me: "Hi front desk"
Guest: "Ya the phones not working"
Me: "Did you push 9 first?"
Guest: "Yes, your phones broken"
Me: *sigh* "Alright do you want to tell me the number and I'll dial it for you"
Guest: "Ok sure, 1-[3 digit area code]-[4 digits]"
*pause*
Me: "Is that all sir?"
Guest: "Ya"
Me: "Sir phone numbers are at least 10 digits"
Guest: "Oh, let me double check the number and call you back."
*hangs up*
Me: "Son of a bitch"
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Postby hermaj » Mon Feb 26, 2007 11:20 am UTC

Today my sister took my favourite white thongs (or flip-flops, if that is how you roll) and wouldn't tell me where they were until Mum got it out of her, she also yelled at us about getting to the station earlier, despite the fact Mum and I waited 10 minutes for her before leaving the house and she put her school shirt and shoes on after she left the car, and now for some ungodly reason she's left an open cup of acetone on the computer desk. And she's 15.
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Postby hyperion » Mon Feb 26, 2007 11:29 am UTC

it wasn't today, it was friday.

my year 11 intro calc teacher wrote:Now, who's seen a cubic graph before?

FUCK
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Postby damienthebloody » Mon Feb 26, 2007 11:29 am UTC

man, my sister is so much cooler than yours :P

we use acetone in my house to kill insects (flatmate does a lot of entomology)...have had to get used to acetone fumes a few times.

nothing specifically annoying happened to me today, except that even though i left the house with a plan, i still went to the fucken wrong supermarket and thus couldn't get any a) decent chorizo or b) lime leaves or c) curry leaves

AND i still managed to forget to drop my overdue dvds off at the video shop.

cos i'm a genius, that's why :(
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Postby fjafjan » Mon Feb 26, 2007 11:59 am UTC

hermaj wrote:Today my sister took my favourite white thongs (or flip-flops, if that is how you roll) and wouldn't tell me where they were until Mum got it out of her, she also yelled at us about getting to the station earlier, despite the fact Mum and I waited 10 minutes for her before leaving the house and she put her school shirt and shoes on after she left the car, and now for some ungodly reason she's left an open cup of acetone on the computer desk. And she's 15.


A thong means something entirely different over here :P
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Postby hermaj » Mon Feb 26, 2007 12:02 pm UTC

Thus: flip-flops. *cringes*
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Postby fjafjan » Mon Feb 26, 2007 12:12 pm UTC

It would have been so much hotter if you had been fighting over underwear though :P
Thought I guess it depends on how old your sister is...
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Postby shadebug » Mon Feb 26, 2007 1:20 pm UTC

15's borderline, call her YTS to be safe
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Postby corcorigan » Mon Feb 26, 2007 2:11 pm UTC

I went to a pub called The Hobbit.

I had a Gandalf cocktail. 8)
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Postby Twasbrillig » Mon Feb 26, 2007 4:25 pm UTC

I had to wake up and go to school. :(
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Re: Annoying things that happened to you today

Postby sugarandice » Mon Feb 26, 2007 4:27 pm UTC

this isn't something annoying that happened to me today, but if you want funny stories about stupid people, you've got to join the community mock_the_stupid on livejournal = http://community.livejournal.com/mock_the_stupid/

a recent stupid story posted there....

So Joey (best friend's brother) used to work at CVS and their customers were primarily older people. He has a number of funny stories, but this one just tops the list.

One day he's working the register and this woman comes up carrying a bunch of things and says "Okay sonny here's my coupon" and hands him a ripped out sheet of notebook paper with "10% off anything" scrawled on it in sharpie. (I mean this was lined notebook paper ripped in half with unever edges and the ripped ege from the spiraled edge of the notebook still there along with the little binder holes).
Joey looks at it, thinking she's joking, and says "this is not a coupon."
"Yes it is." she says, "I got it in the mail."
After arguing this for a while he inally calls the manager who comes and takes one look at this and says "No, this isn't a coupon."
"Yes it IS!" she insists.
"No it isn't." the manager says, "In fact we have a video of you in the back taped with our security cameras of you writing this in the store."
"No you don't." she says.
"Look, the very fact that you even PULLED this stunt says that you obviously really need the money so I'll give you 10% off but don't stand here and insult my intelligence and say this is a coupon. Admit what you did and I'll give you the money off, we all win."
"No it's a coupon." she insists.
"Okay do you want to feel really stupid? Come in the back with me."
He leads her into the back and plays her the store's tape from the camera, just 5 minutes prior you clearly see her in the school/office supplies aisle ripping a half sheet of paper out of a notebook, ripping a sharpie out of the container and scrawling the "coupon" note RIGHT IN THE STORE looking over her shoulder the whole time. (at this point in the story I'm about to lose it).
She stares at the video, turns and says, "No, that's not me." (at this point I fall on the ground laughing uncontrollably).
She finally ends up agreeing to pay full price after more arguing, though never admits that this is not a coupon, or that she made it herself right there in the store.
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Postby fjafjan » Mon Feb 26, 2007 4:31 pm UTC

I bet she had some sort of mental disorder :/
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Postby Belial » Mon Feb 26, 2007 5:56 pm UTC

I overslept both of my alarms.....
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Postby Jesse » Mon Feb 26, 2007 6:34 pm UTC

I came back from a weekend of wrestling to find a load of new posts on here and felt really left out. :(

More sad than annoying.
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Postby aldimond » Mon Feb 26, 2007 6:40 pm UTC

Jesster wrote:I came back from a weekend of wrestling to find a load of new posts on here and felt really left out. :(


Hey, at least we didn't all just get up and leave while you weren't looking.

There really was a tremendous amount of posting this weekend.
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Postby fjafjan » Mon Feb 26, 2007 6:44 pm UTC

Yay :D
Don't feel bad Jester, after all, you really are a mangotooper right?

(psst guys, mangotooper is the new fad ... ... It's not even pretend funny :()
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Postby shadebug » Mon Feb 26, 2007 7:15 pm UTC

Yeah, I slept through my alarm, that is to say, I got up, walked to my computer (across the hall and in the living room), turned down the music that is my alarm, went back to bed and remembered none of it when I woke up at around 0930, which is when school starts, school which is a half hour drive away, which i only have morning lessons at and where I'm a teacher. Well, a teaching assistant (I'm the language assistant).
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Postby The Sleeping Tyrant » Mon Feb 26, 2007 7:53 pm UTC

I was given assignments to do, for school. This is annoying because it disrupts my carefully collected "do shit all" time. :(

I also managed to toss my blanket over my religion textbook, which had my homework in it, so I was kind of screwed today.
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Postby Lani » Mon Feb 26, 2007 8:18 pm UTC

As I already complained about in the confessions thread, I slept terribly last night thanks to the combined powers of my dog and two kittens. I'm physically exhausted from teaching the workshop yesterday and the lack of sleep. I have a horrendous headache now, and am working at a snail's pace.

Grump grump grump

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Postby Tractor » Mon Feb 26, 2007 8:21 pm UTC

* Gives lani a snickerdoodle *

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Postby Geekychikz_megan » Mon Feb 26, 2007 8:30 pm UTC

I slept through both of my alarms, my cell phone alarms, a friend calling me to wake me up, and my nephews apparently going through my purse (which was at the end of my bed). I have decided that reading my microbiology lab book is the same as drinking a bottle of Nyquil.
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Postby Hawknc » Mon Feb 26, 2007 10:30 pm UTC

sugarandice, my fiance just read that story out to me yesterday. I lol'd. :lol:
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Postby thefiddler » Mon Feb 26, 2007 10:41 pm UTC

The most annoying thing that happened to me today was getting to school and realizing that although I did do my History essay, I forgot to bring it so I could turn it in. :oops:

What was also frustrating was trying to help my friend with her math homework; she's failing Algebra II, so I was helping her with it and she doesn't understand. I tried to explain it to her several ways, but to no avail. By the end of this mini-tutoring session, I wanted to hit either my head or hers against the desk, but I haven't figured out whose, yet. The only suggestion I could offer her after this session was this: if you can't do fractions yet, keep a calculator on you and find the button to convert decimals to fractions. (But how can you have trouble with fractions? I don't understand. :() Apparently I am a bad tutor. :cry:
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Postby AnonyMouse » Mon Feb 26, 2007 10:48 pm UTC

it's also possible she just doesn't get math. I'm like that. I can have the best teachers in the world, but the whole "numbers relating to each other" thing just does not work for me. I am reasonably intelligent, but my strength is language not math, and I can't for the life of me understand how other people can like or love math because it's such an incomprehensible mess to me.
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Postby Owijad » Mon Feb 26, 2007 10:51 pm UTC

I also overslept, an was half an hour late for skoolingz. I hop my lost edgicashion time doesn't show....


Teacher: Question

This girl: Wrong answer.

Me: Right answer.

This girl: You think you're so fucking smart.

Me: Shrug.

This kid: Hey why are mints and casinos marked as trees on this map?

Same girl: Because money is made from trees (mutters about how angry this makes her)

Me: Actually, I'm pretty sure it's mostly linen or cotton.

This girl: Fuck you.

Me: Sigh...
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Postby thefiddler » Mon Feb 26, 2007 10:52 pm UTC

But... you can add, subtract, divide, and multiply fractions, yes? She hasn't even figured out how to convert so they have the same denominator to add fractions together. I mean, all the math I've ever done is basic math applied in different ways. If you know how to add, subtract, multiply, and divide (and know how to plug in numbers) you should be able to do anything if you have the patience and the will. I just don't understand why she seems unable to work with fractions. And, yeah, I'm too impatient to work with people, which could very well be a part of the problem. :(
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Postby AnonyMouse » Mon Feb 26, 2007 10:56 pm UTC

I can add subtract multiply and divide, MOST of the TIME. same with fractions, I can do it most of the time, if I remember what I'm supposed to be doing with them, don't mix up rules and am concentrating really hard. I occasionally forget the rules completely and end up doing really silly things.
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Postby thefiddler » Mon Feb 26, 2007 10:59 pm UTC

Again, the problem also lies in my impatience. :( This is why I should not be allowed to tutor people in subjects that I like.

Oh, yeah. My English teacher asked me if I'd be willing to tutor sophomores during my lunch hour and I said yes. I... have no idea how you tutor English class, though. Just make sure they do their homework? *is confused*
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Postby AnonyMouse » Mon Feb 26, 2007 11:07 pm UTC

hrm. tutoring english.... proofreading if it's a composition class, or helping them understand the concepts? if it's something more abstract, I am unsure.
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Postby Owijad » Mon Feb 26, 2007 11:07 pm UTC

thefiddler wrote:Again, the problem also lies in my impatience. :( This is why I should not be allowed to tutor people in subjects that I like.

Oh, yeah. My English teacher asked me if I'd be willing to tutor sophomores during my lunch hour and I said yes. I... have no idea how you tutor English class, though. Just make sure they do their homework? *is confused*



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Postby aldimond » Mon Feb 26, 2007 11:07 pm UTC

I'd guess you'll probably be helping people with writing and gleaning meaning from reading stuff.

This can be hard to do without seeming like a pompous jerk. Because in math you can generally show that your answer is Teh Right Answers. In English there are many ways to write a good sentence and you have to convince someone that theirs is not one of them and yours is... and why.

Or something like that. I tutor in math pretty well and it seems pretty intuitive to me to listen to people's thought processes, find where the difficulty is, and explain things. I don't have nearly the same grasp in language.
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Postby Toeofdoom » Mon Feb 26, 2007 11:55 pm UTC

^ I think I will never ever ever tutor maths at all ever, because I probably wont understand why the person got it wrong. Or why they dont instantly understand the concepts or why they put in a page full of extra steps. But thats just me.

I suck at explaining maths
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Postby aisling » Tue Feb 27, 2007 12:17 am UTC

My dance teacher cancelled our class with no notice tonight :evil: I got there and there's a sign on the door saying she was delayed in New Mexico. Ugh. That means that I have to make up for some exercise tonight and that I'm not going to get my Lululemon pants I ordered a MONTH AGO.

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Postby Peshmerga » Tue Feb 27, 2007 12:20 am UTC

Walked into this thread.

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Postby Gordon » Tue Feb 27, 2007 12:32 am UTC

Peshmerga wrote:Walked into this thread.

*ba da tsshh*


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Postby shadebug » Tue Feb 27, 2007 4:04 am UTC

I would've been a fantastic english tutor (never mind actually being an english teacher now), I would've been able to teach everybody how to find the suicide note in every poem. I love english lit. so much.
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Postby Owijad » Tue Feb 27, 2007 4:06 am UTC

Oh, I'm sure I could write a poem without a suicide note.
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Postby hermaj » Tue Feb 27, 2007 4:22 am UTC

shadebug wrote:I would've been a fantastic english tutor (never mind actually being an english teacher now), I would've been able to teach everybody how to find the suicide note in every poem. I love english lit. so much.


*raises eyebrow* Every poem?

...You have made me curious. Find it. :P


Tegan, at some stage, wrote:ode to whiteout

thick creamy paste of the gods
you remember my mistakes
even as you conceal them beneath off-white
and announce my errors to the world
in a more devious way
the noxious scent curling about the nose
dizzying the head
you can smell it a mile away
erasure, forgiveness comes at a cost.


And again!

Tegan also wrote:a nose not broken

disconfiguring; bulbous and swelling
the work of a second now serves
as an affront, a fault---
a manoeuvre by fate to ensure
maximum trauma and discomfort
right there, too!
not even
on the cheek, or
on the chin, or on some other
soft, yielding flesh

instead, preferred by destiny, a blow
square on the bridge --- that bony outcrop
bears now a vivid stain



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EDIT: Also, I should really stay on topic. Umm, annoying things, annoying things... I missed out on lunch with my friend by about five minutes, does that count? Also I spilt stuff on my top again, but it was on the train going home, so it's not so much of an issue as it was yesterday.
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Postby Jack Saladin » Tue Feb 27, 2007 4:23 am UTC

I'm in the same boat as you, AnonyMouse. I just don't click with numbers, they simply don't work in my mind like they seem to in other peoples.

And since this seems to be something of a fad today; I also got to school late. And got 20 minutes detention at lunch time. :(

But I also got free sausages, pizza, and coke at lunch so it was OK. :)
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Postby Peshmerga » Tue Feb 27, 2007 4:28 am UTC

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Shrouded in white fantastic silt lets me know you're that you're no hoe,
But when you fucked that man whore George in our apartment shower,
I just busted a god damn nut and saw you lose your flower.
So whenever we fuck at night with violent angry rapture,
I know i love you mom goodbye the first time's gone, a thing I'll never capture.
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