824. Pulling the first part of toilet paper

So after successfully changing the roll comes the most delicate part of them all: the first tug at the roll of toilet paper.  It seems quite simple but let your eyes not fool you.  The first tug is a keen tug-o-war battle between you and the holy act of cleanliness!  It seems that no matter how lightly or forcefully you pull you can hardly make a simple separation from the roll.  At first it pulls at the first layer and it goes nowhere causing you to bunch it back up and retrying.  Pull again and the paper grabs the second layer…and the third layer.  As you pulling causing a long train of paper to pile up on the floor.  It just continues to pull and makes it worse pulling layer through layer.  After separating the train making a clean break from the roll, but you felt like you’ve pulled enough paper to create a birthday banner!  It should say “Good Luck” for successfully making aclean pull without destroying the roll.  Now with a tangled mess of TP on the counter – AWFUL!

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828. That person who stares at your plate and asks,”What’s that?!”

green sauce

Left over dinner?

Bringing a covered dish to a potluck?

That next item you dare not to try figure out that gurgles in the buffet line…

Everyone loves a great meal especially when you have a fresh hot meal of food, but I’m not sure I know of anyone who enjoys people chewing over their food asking rudely, “What’s Thaaaaaat?!!”  Then expect either “Oh,” or a 5 minute story banter of how their family member makes it better than what is being served.

So instead of asking, just eat it and enjoy your meal!

What’s that you ask…something AWFUL!

 

Read More:

* Strange Food Delicacies

 

833. The mound of lint left in the dryer

What do you do with that?  I know you throw it away, but shouldn’t t hey just put belly buttons on dryers?  That’s what they do too!

It’s crazy to see what pounds of gunk is caught in there!  I think I should just give it to the cat she can roll around in it!  Maybe just stuff it in my grandma’s purse she can rub her hands against it she’s kinda cold natured!  What a mess…AWFUL!

Further Reading:

* Ways to Reuse Dryer Lint

834. Finding that first gray hair

 

So every morning before departing to work you brush your teeth, you wash your face, you check yourself over lean in for a closer look then there it is…how can it be?  A gray hair, but I’m only 27?  Nooo you have to be kidding me, you try…

* Closing the mini blind yeah it’s the morning sun…no still white looking

* It”s dust I’ll brush it off, nope still there…

* It’s too many light on in the bathroom, go in the dim lit bedroom and look in the vanity mirror, yeah it’s definitely gray…

Grr no tweezers – oh well.

Now how awfully shady is that?!

Further Reading:

836. The place in your back that you can’t reach that itches the most

No matter how hard you try it never seems to fail that it itches more than anything. You mentally psyche yourself thinking that the itching has stopped but no of course it returns some 5 minutes later with vengeance.  A simple reach to the back over the shoulder nor around the side, if you don’t have a back scratcher then you are doomed to sit it out and go a la cat method and rub against the foot of the couch hoping it will ease the pain away.

How AWFULly itchy is that?!

838. Going in the grovery store to buy one thing, except…

You need just milk, bread, and yarn…have a craft project that I have to finish, give me credit here!  But that is until when you go you end up buying half of the left side of the store! How awfully unnecessary are 89% of the things in your cart are there?

AWful!

839: Red Marks Left on Your Face by Glasses

Tattooed Glasses

Hopefully it won't hurt this bad!

Well although these may come as complications it’s even harder when you readjust the frame to hold at a better grip to your face.  Then you’re off doing al your day’s chores, events, and tasks and then you come home throw down your keys and plop on the couch and take your glasses off.  The searing pain from the glasses weigh in on your face and you hold the spot by the bridge of your nose.  By pinching, we’re enforcing the impressions left by the glasses.  Walking into the bathroom we stand there to wash our face and see the marks left behind as they stare back at you, yup those marks left by the glasses.  Hello, look at me!

Awful!