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I have a soft spoken voice which I absolutely hate. But what really ticks me off is when I talk to strangers on the phone and about 30 seconds into the conversation they either make an awkward pause and ask "sweetie, how old are you?" or worse they will ask if my parents are home so they can talk to an adult (actually someone the other day asked for my MOMMY). I try deepening my voice and speaking louder... it ticks me off to be 25 years old and still not seen as an adult.
It drives me off the deep end to see people litter. Lit cigarettes are the worst. I've come close to walking up to someone in public and asking them to pick it up. And I honk and flash my lights if I see someone pitch it out a car window on the highway. That's how fires start!
It ticks me off when people let their children run crazy in the playground and say nothing when they puss my child. Why don't some parents actually pay attention to their kids while they play, even when they are standing right there!
It also ticks me off when I am in a store and they play 'questionable' songs with foul language in it while I am shopping with Anaiah. I usually DO talk to the manager. I don't want to listen to F this and F that while I am grocery shopping with my kid! or at the playground... (what kind of ambience music is that???!!!)
I get annoyed when I take my boys to their pediatrician's office and the parents sit there and do nothing while their kids try and touch my baby and push Preston down. I've said something to a parent a time or two at the pediatrician's office
It really ticks me off when I'm working the car drop off line at one of the schools and the little kid gets dropped off...no seat belt or car seat... the one that got me was the DOG that was buckeled in but the kid wasn't.