Bring 'em on! What gets under your skin? Possible categories include but are not limited to: household tasks; stupid driving tricks; grammar violations; untoward habits of our nearest and dearest; and annoyances at the cubical farm or equivalent.
Dishes, for example. Apparently, nobody in my entire family has the ability to rinse dishes except me, despite years of training loving encouragement. We all dislike unloading/loading the dishwasher, which is why we got this fabulous double sink, with an extra deep side in which to stash the rinsed dishes until someone (me) gets around to the dishwasher. And still, we have the spectacle of dishes, pans, and cutlery laying around the counter and stove and the other sink, preserving the remains of whatever was on them for posterity. Because no, despite the promotional claims, our dishwasher does not handle food dried to the consistency of cement. Harrumph.
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