20 More Feelings And Situations That Everybody Hates
The first 20 Feelings And Situations That Everybody Hates can be found here.
1. The cringe worthy moment when you get out of the car with your cellphone in your lap, and it smashes against the ground leaving scratches and nicks. If you’re particularly unlucky you get a cracked screen too.
2. Something happens and you’re overpoweringly amused by it. Either nobody else finds it funny, or they chuckle and move on. You continue laughing hysterically. This is specifically bad when it happens in a professional setting and you genuinely can’t control the laughter.
3. Having someone say, “Guess what I heard about you?” or “We need to talk.” – resulting in your heart skipping a beat or two.
4. When a friend has some degree of success and you’re happy for them, but also kind of jealous. Then you feel doubly bad because you should be proud of them, but you kind of wish it was you getting the good fortune.
5. Touching something that’s wet and having no idea how it got that way. There’s nothing worse than unidentified moisture on your hands.
6. Realizing that although the phrase “10 years ago” makes you think of the early 90s, it’s actually referring to 2002 and time is moving scarily fast.
7. Being in the middle of a bowel movement and realizing that there is little to no toilet paper left. Typically there’s not any TP within reaching distance, resulting in some type of uncomfortable (potentially embarrassing) actions taken to acquire a new roll.
8. Making plans with someone, arriving early, and sitting alone like a loser. Then being forced to scroll through old text messages, check Facebook and pretend to be occupied by your phone.
9. A friend openly discussing your plans in front of someone else that you didn’t invite and don’t particularly enjoy being around. Now they’ll either invite themselves, or you’ll feel rude and offer them an invitation out of pity.
10. After a long day of interacting with people, finally coming face to face with a mirror and realizing that you had something on your face or in your teeth/nose. It’s the same humiliating feeling you have when you trip in public — but it’s retroactive and multiplied by however many people saw you up close.
11. Nodding your head, tapping your feet, moving to the music and realizing that it’s a song from an artist you’re embarrassed to thoroughly enjoy.
12. Waiting anxiously for a reply text, then realizing that you never actually sent yours out. It’s insult to injury when you don’t notice this until it’s too late at night to send the message.
13. Feeling like you’re being replaced – whether it’s by a friend, a significant other or anyone you had a close relationship with. Suddenly you can relate to Woody and his Toy Story crew’s deepest fears of being traded and forgotten — and it ain’t a very pleasant.
14. The disenchantment that comes with a sign advertising “CHOCOLATE LABS FOR SALE,” and grasping that it’s in reference to puppies – not Wonka factory-esque laboratories.
15. When a person enters your room without knocking and exits without fully shutting the door. Um, since when is knocking not basic manners? And how hard is it to leave the door as you ever so rudely entered it.
16. Going out for sushi with friends and being the only one with incompetent fingers that can’t properly use chopsticks. Nobody wants to be the person using forks or fingers to eat their California Rolls.
17. Hearing a recording of your voice and absolutely hating the sound of every word that comes out of your mouth. It makes you question how anyone can stand being in the presence of your voice.
18. Being in a quiet room full of people, and having your stomach decide to let itself be heard. It’ll growl and make noises that sound like the rumbling engine of a school bus.
19. Having bills consume your paycheck immediately after your get it. Then the proceeding two weeks in which you’re forced to live on the tightest of budgets.
20. You’re beyond tired, watching TV on the couch and you fall asleep. You muster up the strength to drag your exhausted body to bed, plop yourself down – and suddenly you’re wide-awake. It’s as if your pillow injected 5-Hour Energy directly into your blood stream, the moment you laid your face on it.
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