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14/02/2014 at 08:24
I have The Rage already this morning, well I get it every morning when I'm driving into work.
I'm always cursing and swearing at other drivers. This morning I was stuck behind some old woman who was in the fast lane, going at a snail's pace, then I got stuck at every traffic light.
Then to top it all off, I was behind an arctic lorry, which moved to the slow lane, then within about 30 second, without any warning, no indicators, swung into the fast lane, right infront of me, I had to slam my brakes on, good job there was no one up my ass as they would of went into the back of me, I was blaring my horn and flashing my lights, I was raging, shouting and swearing at him and gave him a hand gesture when I drove past him, kn0b.
What has given you the rage today? Or what does give you the rage?
14/02/2014 at 08:41
Ooooh good topic for a Friday morning!
I get the rage so easily, lots of things wind me up. This morning we had a gaggle of 4 girls on the train all competing with each other to be the loudest. They had NO idea how loud they were, how rude they were and basically how none of us give a monkeys they hadn't got anything for Valentines day. They looked like twats too
When there is a massive queue in a shop and plenty of assistants on the shop floor but none bright enough to open up another till. I'm often found shouting at them to get a member of staff to open up another till.
When shop assistants (yes Zara I'm talking about you) look down their noses at you when you dare ask them a question about their stock
Bad driving - Fast lane hoggers, middle lane drivers, idiots driving without any lights on....
Cyclists - in London mainly
Teenagers with attitude
14/02/2014 at 08:49
Right just now it's the flipping people on the ward with me, and domestics complaining at the top of their voices about lack of staff - just effin get on with it. Bad enough being in flipping hospital. And theres two babies across from me and both the mother's have left them to proper screaming before dealing with them in the middle of the night. And the mother of the girl in the bed next to me took a phone call at 6am and didn't even leave the room. Ar$eholes all of them.
14/02/2014 at 08:51
Where are you Weekender?
14/02/2014 at 09:02
Bad drivers give me the rage, as well as cyclists on the roads with no helmets or lights. I think if cyclists want to ride on the roads then they should pay insurance.
14/02/2014 at 09:14
Where? Maternity ward, Edinburgh. There's now a baby screaming but her mother has gone outside for a ***. If I don't get home today im actually going to be done for murder.
14/02/2014 at 09:22
Have I missed a BA?!
14/02/2014 at 09:35
No no.....another bleed...kept in for observation, hopefully home today. baby currently doing a gymnastics routine so he seems happy, so fingers crossed. Midwife hinted they may admit till delivery since it's third bleed, hope that doesn't happen, would be a nightmare being away from M....but we shall see. Just can't wait till he's here now, thoroughly over this pregnancy
14/02/2014 at 09:41
Oh good glad everything is ok. Fingers crossed you're home soon x
14/02/2014 at 09:55
14/02/2014 at 09:56
Hope you're not there much longer weekender!
Last weekend everything gave me the rage, particularly MrDD - I was in such a bad mood!
Generally it's bad drivers, those cutting you up or pulling out of another road in front of you making you brake hard etc. p!ss me off so much.
Fortunately nothing much this morning (only been on the school run so not driven anywhere fortunately), other than this bloody constant nausea meaning I can't even enjoy the lovely chocolates MrDD bought me without feeling sick afterwards.
14/02/2014 at 10:49
weekender- sorry you have been admitted gain. why have they put you on a postnatal ward? shouldn't they put you on an antennal (no babies!) ward?
14/02/2014 at 10:59
Carole, the ward is mixed - girl next to me is being induced, two across have had babies. It's basically a ward for those waiting to go to labour ward and those who can't be discharged home from labour ward - baby across was in neonatal for 24hrs, the other the mum needed social work assessment before discharge. I don't really fit into either category but if bleeding had continued they'd have transferred to labour ward to prepare for section.
14/02/2014 at 11:01
that's a bit crap.
fingers crossed you get home to own bed asap. you are really being tested in this pregnancy.
14/02/2014 at 11:14
Thanks. Yeah I'm just happy we've got this far and hopefully he will stay put even longer. Should get section at 38 weeks so end is in sight. Def no younger sibling for this one though!
14/02/2014 at 11:25
What gives me the rage??
H's ex wife and her kids. Need I say more?
My new next door neighbours. They are rude (I introduced myself, and she made the mistake of snubbing me...) Their boys (same age as mine by the look of it) SCREAM at 11pm, with not a hint of the parents telling them to shut the f**k up.
People with no manners. How hard is it to say please and thank you? My 2 yr old can manage it, why can't some adults manage it?
Chavs. No, you aren't intimidating, with your tracksuit your Mummy bought you from Sports Direct, and your fags you nicked off your Dad. Go home.
Running out of Prosecco.
14/02/2014 at 11:37
my neighbours who won't fix their guttering. it's horrendous in this weather.
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