3. “People” who blend the new soap in with the old soap bar. It’s the waiting period of – will it stick? And when it does, the further waiting period of – will it blend in and stop being so awkward to hold? Stop being so bumpy? Throw out the little soap sliver. Let it go. Move on.
4. Same idea for trying to retrieve the last bit of the following: body lotion, body wash, moisturizer, hand soap, dish soap, sunscreen and those last drops of wrinkle-cream stuck at the bottom. (obviously kidding about the wrinkle-cream…I’m sawing that baby in half to get at it)
5. People who think this extends to food. It does not. That you must finish. That last bit of ice-cream even if it means getting a spatula. Lick the plate, already, what are we – animals? The crumbs at the bottom of a chip bag…do you not own scissors? Those last little crunchie bits of your Slushie? Take that lid off and get in there. I shouldn’t have to tell you these things.
6. Fruit washing fascists. Rub it on your shirt, that’s what shirts are for.
This is not a complete list of things bugging me today. Just a few other randoms for you? Husbands, children, gluten-free products, people at grocery stores, people who work out. People. Working out.
But considering I feel like I'm only scratching the surface here, it's occurring to me that it could be counter-productive to blog on less than 3 hours of sleep. I distinctly remember really liking my kids just yesterday. And then there was that lady at the grocery store who was kind enough to point out that I accidentally dropped my bag of gluten-free animal cookies as I whipped around a corner. That was actually pretty nice. I think I'll just shut up now.
(and maybe you do wash your fruit)