Christmas means jolly good times, so to average out, here’s a list of things I hate:
Bluetooth connection issues with a headset/speaker/car etc.
Cars exiting a roundabout without using turn signals
The toilet seat being left open
Waking up to a phone that was connected to the charger but didn’t charge
People who insist on calling instead of emailing (e.g., insurance brokers)
When going out, people who prioritize one more beer and then standing 30 mins in line, over arriving 30 mins early
Matching socks. That’s why I threw away all my socks a few years agoand bought 50 pairs of the same type
Finding the right folder in Dropbox when storing e.g., a Photoshop file
Picking the wrong line at the grocery store
Being stressed while in a serious rush to get somewhere, e.g., to catch a plane, but you can’t impact how long it takes to get there
Spending November in Norway
People who ask absolute questions, e.g., “What’s your favorite artist?” instead of “What are some artists you like?”
People who don’t use “Reply all”
Having to print something
…and on that note – Happy Holidays!🎄
I gave them to a friend. Reuse, I know.
I’ve heard that, in general, it’s better to choose the line with the fewest customers, not considering the number of products in their basket. This is because the overhead time per customer, e.g., bags/payment/receipt, outweighs the importance of the number of products.