Wednesday, July 27, 2005

things i hate (part two)...

1. when it about 100 degrees with 90 percent humidity outside and the f-ing subway cars have no air-conditioning and sweat is dripping down your face, but no matter how hard you try, you can't imagine yourself in a sauna, relaxing after a massage.

2. when a crackhead lady literally shoves you aside with her grubby paws to get onto the subway even though she could have easily walked around you and still got onto the train with plenty of time.

3. when you have two really really cute new bikins to wear but there isn't a pool without infectious diseases in the vicinity that you can use them in. well, without paying either $400 per night for a hotel room or $10,000 per year for a club membership.

4. when customer service representatives are obviously outsourced in a different country and don't speak or understand english, causing you to spend 1 hour talking to 3 different people for the same issue which ends up not getting resolved anyways. [note: i also hate it when customer service representatives that work in this country don't speak or understand english or when they are just plain DUMB.]

i think this new york summer heat is getting to me. i'm usually a very positive person, i swear.

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