Re: Biggest Turn Offs?
-People who drive really slow on the freeway, then speed up when you go to pass them.
-Having the cashier at the fast food place stare at me, rather than ask for my order.
-On the subject of fast food, I hate the drive-thru cashiers who mumble unintelligbly into the speaker. Then, when you ask them to repeat what they just said, they mumble unintelligbly again--only louder.
-Street signs in unfamiliar neighborhoods that are so small you can't read them until you've passed them--and realize it's the street you needed to turn on.
-"People" or "Style" columns in newspapers that are written in a hip street slang style that's supposed to appeal to the kids, but just sounds stupid: "Cameron Diaz was all up in T-Lake's grill at the 'Choice awards, 'cause he was caught peepin' at "Glitter Girl" Mariah."
-Possibly my Biggest Pet Peeve Ever: There's a street here in D.C. with parking meters. One, however, happens to be in front of a truck bay door. Even though it's a metered space, if you park there, you WILL be ticketed. So, I would say that "Parking meteres in front of spaces that aren't really spaces" would be a pet peeve of mine.
We'll burn that bridge when we get to it.