Humpday Confessions #8

Dear Weather,
Please get your shit straight as I'm over this headache and I started my 1/2 marathon training this week and it's just not working out.  Also, ouch, training.
 
Vodka and Soda
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Confessions:

-I've wanted it to be Wednesday all week just so I could post this blog.  I have started feeling this way every week since I started doing Kathy's link up.  I wish I was kidding, but I'm not.  #bloggerproblems

-I have a genre in my iTunes for just Disney.  Sorry not sorry.

-Part of my job is "motivating" people to renew their security clearances.  It's also the WORST part of my job.  I ALWAYS send a detailed list of directions to each individuals and yet 80ish% of individuals still manage to NOT read the directions and do it incorrectly, causing themselves, and more importantly, ME, more work.  I'm over it.  I'm sooooo, sooooo, soooooooooooo over it.  Why do I bother to write the instructions and send them (sometimes several times) if people continually fail to follow them?  I'm happy to take any suggestions to make my life easier and get people to follow the damn directions.  Anyone got anything???

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-Sometimes, I stumble upon a new blog from some of the linkups I do and I'm all like YAY! new blog to follow.. Then I keep reading and realize that they are too lazy to use the shift button to capitalize letters and choose to ignore most of the rules of grammar and I just can't.  Sorry not sorry.  Not capitalizing the letter "i" when you are speaking of yourself is just not something I can handle.  You can mess up a their/there/they're or a your/you're every now and then.  I'm accepting of faults.  I personally over use the "...".  I fucking love "..."  because I feel like that's how my brain thinks.  Everything is a continuation of the previous sentence.  And sometimes, things are in my head in all caps.  It is what it is.  But there is never anything in all lower case though.  No.  Just no. 

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-I've started making "to-do" lists when I get to work in the morning of all the things I need to accomplish.  This is actually quite helpful so I don't get distracted by all the internets for the entire workday and then fail to accomplish any work, which actually rarely happens, but I did spend a majority of Friday morning catching up on a huge thing that I'd been putting off because I didn't want to deal with it.  For good reason, since it sparked the 2nd confession rant.

-After breakfast nap is my favorite time with the dogs.  I love when Meri snuggles with me.  I love when Phil is completely relaxed.  I love when Olive is calm.  I love when Miley roaches.  It's so quiet and I forget how much of a terrorist Meri and Olive can be.  I forget about Phil's bad breath.  I love watching them have dreams where their eyes and feet and sometimes tails get twitchy and hearing them "talk" in their sleep.  They are so motivational (as in, watching them makes me want to take a nap too).

-Talking to the right person can make a particularly horrible day much, much, much better.  If not for the entire day, at least temporarily, which is all that matters.

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-I'm over seeing crap about Orange is the New Black.  I tried watching the first episode and couldn't get into it.  Apparently I should try again so I, too, can be a fan girl?  But seriously people, just watch it quietly like you were doing before.  It's better that way for everyone.

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-Often, when I use the downstairs bathroom, I make faces to myself in the mirror while I'm doing my thang.  I think it might be the first bathroom where I could see myself while I am sitting on the toilet.  It's really a fun game.

-I act like a "child" in public apparently (per one of my coworkers).  Probably because I do things like chase people around stores wearing a bra over my clothes or pretend like I'm doing things with items in hardware stores.  Pffth.  My life is fun and doesn't involved getting shitfaced every weekend.  I enjoy being ridiculous in public because I'm making myself laugh, if not everyone else who is getting to experience my ridiculousness.  Yes, my actions might be "childish" but I'm fully aware of what I'm doing.  I don't have anyone to impress but myself and I think I'm awesome.

-I find it slightly humorous when I see an Asian person driving a Honda Civic... or maybe I'm just stereotyping.

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-I felt like this post wasn't complete without a Loki gif.  Sorry not sorry.


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Friday, I can haz?

Comments

  1. I am maybe 2-3 episodes into the FIRST season of OINTB. Supposedly it is one of those shows that gets better (I hated the entire first season of The Office & then it became brilliant). But who knows.

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  2. -Part of my job is "motivating" people to renew their security clearances. It's also the WORST part of my job. I ALWAYS send a detailed list of directions to each individuals and yet 80ish% of individuals still manage to NOT read the directions and do it incorrectly, causing themselves, and more importantly, ME, more work. I'm over it. I'm sooooo, sooooo, soooooooooooo over it. Why do I bother to write the instructions and send them (sometimes several times) if people continually fail to follow them? - God
    Sounds like a paraphrase of the book of Revelation

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  3. Oh my God, what is it with people who refuse to read/follow instructions?! That's the part of my job that drives me the most crazy too. Even simple instructions like "do not use marker or tape on this box" and then we get boxes completely covered in tape and Sharpie everywhere. Just, why?? It's not that hard. It gives me the rage!

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  4. I rreealllly get infuriated when people can't follow simple instructions. Esp when they were carefully wrote out for them in the first place! Also. I really don't get the hype about OITNB or why people keep having to tell everyone they are watching it. No. One. Cares! :-)

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  5. Luckily they release all the OITNB episodes at once so you won't have to see us all excited for TOO much longer... so guilty of being that girl though!

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  6. Hahah I hate when someone doesn't capitalize they're I's.. pretty irritating lol!

    Lisa,xo
    http://chiclittlethrills.blogspot.com/

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  7. LOL I love that show (OITNB) but I haven't posted about it constantly.
    I capitalize where I'm supposed to in my blog but not in comments, except I am in yours because it irritates you. LOL

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  8. It has been raining here for days and I am TIRED of seeing gray nasty skies. Its freaking June where did the sun go?!

    I have never seen OITNB so no worries about me plastering it everywhere.

    Doggie cuddles are the best cuddles!

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  9. Yup grammar grates my nerves, I can handle mistake but if its a common thing then nope I wouldnt be reading for long haha

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  10. what are you talking about? i never capitalize anything!!! all hail laziness!!

    thanks for linking up!

    -kathy
    Vodka and Soda

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  11. This is only my 2nd week of linking up and I already cannot wait for next week. Wednesday is now my new fave day of the blogging week!! And I am a bit of a grammar freak a well but I do try so hard to let it go...

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  12. Bahahahah... I kid you not, I was considering making a "Disney" genre, too!

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  13. Orange Is the New Black is so, so good! I totally posted about it last week, too.

    I can handle no capitalizing but poor grammar is a surefire way to never have me read your blog again. Mistakes happen but chronic bad grammar? No, thank you.

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  14. I only notice no caps when the person is a crappy writer. If they're good, I don't even realize it! I don't capitalize my post titles because it requires too much thought. And the OITNB craziness will wear down next week after everyone watches it. I just started it two weeks ago and now I'm caught up (and I blogged about it). It took a few episodes to get into, but I like it!

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