:rofl at Saskatchewan. I looked it up just for you and the correct terminology for the twirly auto rims are "spinners" and they run from $800-$10000 a piece!!!! :omg That's a lot of dough for a "car toy". But hey, whatever floats their boats.......Quote:
Originally Posted by AJane
Or her friends start saying "Coco for Cocoa Puffs"..... :lolQuote:
Originally Posted by elphaba
I originally thought that I didn't have too many of these, but after looking through the thread it looks like more things annoy me than I realized :lol
If the Atkins diet ate Britney Spears and Hilary Duff and ran away, I really wouldn't mind.
People who wear shiny boxers and then have their pants sagging far below their bottom get on my nerves. Bad.
Ryan Seacrest is also getting on my nerves. He can go away whenever he wants to, but he insists on staying. He might live longer than cockroaches or Cher.
And people wearing way too little for no apparent reason. You know it's a problem when half of someone's butt is falling out of their skimpy underwear. And it's actually quite sickening.
I can't stand those big flowers on blouses/sweaters/etc that are suddenly everywhere now, though they did it on Sex & the City four years ago.
Also, excessively large SUVs for people who live in the suburbs and have no chance of ever driving on mountains/off-road/or any other place where there may be some for having such huge vehicles.
I absolutely hate the current slang words of *shizzle* and *shedizzle*, or whatever the heck those words are. Along with *my bad*, they make me want to scream! :pissedoffQuote:
Originally Posted by Duxxy
I also hate the sloppy haired Ashton Kutcher look on men. Please bring back the nicely cut hairdos like Brad Pitt's current do.. or even nicely COMBED long hair. Please?
I agree with you. Last summer my mother bought my daughter a swimsuit at Target that was too small so I had to exchange it. I couldn't find a swimsuit in her size that had material. My daughter was 5 and the swimsuits were all small bottoms and a string with two triangles for the top. I don't think so.Quote:
Originally Posted by hepcat
Over processed hair a la Paris Hilton. Just one question: why? It's so unnatural looking and totally unattractive.
Fad diets. Just to get a few extra dollars off the market.
I like the messy do, I do mine like that but not over the top messed up. I am thinking of getting a buzz cut for the summer though.