I'm going to say something at the risk of offending a group of people. Sorry in advance for the potential offending.
So, I hate with a fiery passion when someone says, "Thanks muchly." Ugh. Because really, why is it necessary to say that?! Can't you just say a simple, "Thanks!" like normal people?!
I don't know why it annoys me as much as it does, there is just something about "thanks muchly," that makes me lose my temper and contemplate poking my own eyeball out with a chopstick. First of all, "muchly" is not a word. And in my experience, people who say that are typically an ass. They could quite possibly be pompous and condescending even. Pompous and condescending is definitely not my favorite.
See how I am generalizing a whole group of people right there? Sorry. Maybe I am cranky.
Also, oh man, I can't believe I am going here, but I am anti-sticker family on the back of the momi-van. I am not going to go into too much depth there, because I have a feeling I might get in trouble for that one, but they do annoy me. Lets just say I may or may not mentally make fun of you if you have a sticker family. And I may or may not make fun of you ten times harder if your sticker family is wearing Mickey Mouse ears. Sorry.
And finally, it so annoys me when I find a used band-aid somewhere that is not the garbage. Like, poolside, or on the floor, or pretty much anywhere that is not a receptacle for waste. Seriously, please let's all just be considerate of the germophobes like myself who most definitely are not only annoyed, but also repulsed by your disgusting, germy, used band-aid.
Yesterday someone said "thanks muchly," in my presence, which is how this little rant came to be. OK, I'm over it now.
So uh, HAPPY HALLOWEEN! Hope you all had good, safe, happy Halloween fun.