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    I hate that my beer is empty.
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    Guess I should have been clearer: the ants were outside. I was screwing around in their home. Pulled a clump of weeds and it was like a plague of ants had been released. Seriously...it was downright biblical. I ran inside and grabbed a roll of plastic drop cloth to spread out over the area. Then it got really interesting. I had a 20'x20' sheet of plastic covering a zillion ants that were freaking out. I'd have probably stroked out if there'd been that many in my house. Ants were outside, but I still hate them.

    Yeah, the post count, the # of likes given, and the # of likes received all went down after the old Hater thread went poof. I think the steak knives and tablespoons were somehow responsible for all of it.

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    ugg, i'm so old, took almost a full minute to figure out what FKATHT meant
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    Aaahhhhh!!! All my "likes"! My validation! Wahhhhhh! Also, "Dino Squad" and "Land Before Time III" Hate. Also, my wine is empty. At least that's easy to fix.
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    I kinda hate that our housemate forgot to wash the salad and a fat little grub crawled off my plate... At least it was fresh?

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    I hate finding massive spiders booking across my house. The kittens were fascinated by something on the floor and suddenly my carpet started moving. Yep, another spider. Thought a kitten had rested beside me the other day, turned out a spider decided to crawl out of my couch and up my leg. Why do you insist on tormenting me, arachnids? WHY!?!?!
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    Quote Originally Posted by ReneeMBM View Post
    I kinda hate that our housemate forgot to wash the salad and a fat little grub crawled off my plate... At least it was fresh?
    Eeeeek! That would have me off salad for a week. At least. I mean, a little dirt is one thing, but...

    I hate that I have to be somewhere before noon today.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ReneeMBM View Post
    I kinda hate that our housemate forgot to wash the salad and a fat little grub crawled off my plate... At least it was fresh?
    Big fat EWWWWW! That's why I do all the lettuce washing when we pull it from the garden. DH isn't the most, um, attentive. Even if I do it, things still manage to hang on. I had washed lettuce 3X the other night and just before handing it off to him (he & DD were making the salad), a tiny snail in its tiny shell fell throught the spinner basket opening onto my finger. Mentally I did the 'uck', washed it off, and briefly wondered how many other creatures made it into the salad on other nights. In the end, I shrugged and reminded myself that some folks consider snails a delicacy. Blech.
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    I hate "free" TV's that only cost us a hernia when DH wants me to help him unload the monster off his effing truck.
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    at least it was free. i had a young facebook friend who kept trying to sell a 7 yo projection TV. like anyone wants that at any price? when you can get a flat screen for like $300?

    i became the salad washer at a fairly young age because i was horrified at what got past my mom and dad when they washed the lettuce. But the inchworms on the broccoli were the worst. we had to start boiling all broccoli and skimming worms off the top. i think eventually a farmer friend told my dad that if you pick the broccoli first thing in the morning, the worms arent up yet.

    i hate cute homeschooling articles that make me feel like a failure at homeschooling. 10 unexpected benefits was todays.
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