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Thread: Things That Drive You Crazy With Everyday Items

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    Re: Things That Drive You Crazy With Everyday Items

    Quote Originally Posted by vaticanplum
    Supposedly left-handers live something like seven years less than righties on average. Maybe the stress of living in a right-handed world gets to them. They also have tons more accidents, obviously, from trying to do things like work right-handed can openers and scissors and whatnot. I am sure your wife will buck the trend though.
    She'll out live me easy.

    In our house we've gathered quite the collection of Left-handed and universal items. Those left handed scissors are hard to use, now I know what she goes through in the right-handed world.

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    Re: Things That Drive You Crazy With Everyday Items

    Quote Originally Posted by max venable
    Ketchup packets at fast-food places. What a hassle. They're too small, they don't always tear right. Horrible for travel.
    Max, you crack me up.

    I'll have you know, though, that these packets are invaluable when you're broke. I've gone into convenience stores just to grab handfuls, though I do it stealthily. See also: salt and pepper packets, creamers (can double as milk if absolutely necessary), napkins, butter pats, mini jellies, and plastic silverware, which is bad for the environment but saves you money on dishwashing soap and those annoying disposable sponges.
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    Re: Things That Drive You Crazy With Everyday Items

    You know those disposable food containers sold in stored? I think they are made by Glad. People act like they are gold. They value them more than their Tupperware! Whenever I see someone using them, I'll ask if they are going to throw them away, and they always say they're going to keep them.
    I've been to dinner at Jimmy Buffet's house, and I've eaten it at a homeless shelter. And there's great joy and harrowing terror to be found in both places.
    -Todd Snider

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    Bunn-O-matic max venable's Avatar
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    Re: Things That Drive You Crazy With Everyday Items

    Oh, just thought of one...

    CD wrappers
    . Hate 'em!
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