In no particular order;
- You're/Your. Hubby is a regular offender and I'm always correcting him, but he'll never change and in the scheme of things it's not offensive!
- Empty toilet roll tubes being left in the bathroom. There are 4 of us more than capable of taking one to the bin but no, it's left to me. Saying that, the toddler has probably taken more to the bin than the others....
- Black sock fluff. This one really grates. I don't know what hubby does but every day there is a trail of bits of sock all over the carpets. I can tell exactly where he removes his socks at night because there's an explosion of black fluff!
- Helping people out and not even getting a 'thank you'. It costs nothing and it's not difficult to say those two small, but very significant words.
- Dirty, muddy shoes on a clean floor. It always seems to happen on the days when I've scrubbed and mopped the floors. Why??
- Here here. I've always known it to be 'hear hear' but apparently 'here here' is equally acceptable. Not in my book ;-)
- Bread left out on the counter. We have a bread bin. Why wouldn't bread go in the bread bin? Has it some other use that I'm not aware of?!
- Snow and ice. Last winter when I had to traipse through the ice and snow pushing the buggy on the school runs I regularly cried. Admittedly it was exhausting and I regularly was in pain because of the strain on my hips. I shouldn't get angry at Mother Nature but I do.
- People RTing their #FollowFriday on twitter. When will they learn that the only people to see those RTs are already followers. They don't need to see that you've been recommended as someone to follow when they are already following!
- The state of my memory. Before children I could easily recall 12 digit barcode numbers for various products in the shop where I worked. Now I struggle to remember my name. Yesterday I prepared rolls for the 5 of us to have hot dogs, or so I thought. I then realised I'd missed a child out so sliced another roll. I then went to fill the rolls and was two short. Had I done enough or was I going insane? I wasn't sure. I was adamant that I'd catered for everyone but there weren't enough plates in front of me. I was almost in tears before noticing I'd put a plate to one side. It scared me and I genuinely felt like I was losing my mind. It's not the first time something like that has happened and I'm sure it won't be the last!
Looking at this list makes me think that if this is all I have to worry about in life then I've got it fairly easy ;-)
What 'gets your goat'?