Tell Us: I Hate When...


Tell Us: I Hate When...

A colleague sent me a text message this morning (and it's Sunday) at 6:50 a.m. wondering why I hadn't replied to her email of Friday.

My dad is in the hospital. An early morning text scares the heck out of me.

I'll be honest: I hate when a colleague (not a friend, not a family member but someone I know personally) sends me a text. I like to reserve my text messages for family members and friends. I really hat when a colleague who I don't want to text me actually sends me a text message on an early Sunday morning. I really, really hate it when that colleague sends me a text on an early Sunday morning when my dad is hospitalized. (I did block her number and sent back a text that spelled out my anger.)

What about you? How would you complete the sentence: I hate when...

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I hate when people text or call and say, \"Can I stop by for a while to....etc\". I don't like unexpected company. My husband has to be very careful about germs. If you want to come by my home, I want to know the day before. Not to be harsh or that we don't want company I just cant have everyone over bringing Lord knows what germs in our space and then \"visiting\" for hours at a time.

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I hate it when....your loved one is diagnosed with a rare disorder and people who have no experience with disorders (rare or not) have no hesitation in telling you what you are doing wrong and the medical things you \"be doing\" for your loved one.


These days I hate when I wake up in the morning.


I hate it when: my DH offers to take our dog potty and comes back and says he wouldn't go.\r\nSo then I take the dog back out and he does both his jobs right away.... what is up with that!\r\n(I love it that DH offers to do that, but hate that our dog is messing with us).


Cannon69, That is tough. You have the responsibility but not the authority that is needed to go with it or the presence of your sister to assist.

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