it has recently been brought to my attention that i hate a lot of things. it's usually minor things, usually trite, but I STILL HATE THEM. so my friend stu gave me the suggestion to start a blog, i believe it went like this:
stu: you should have a blog where you just list everything you hate
amylynne: not a bad idea
stu: you'll never run out of material.
amylynne: dude i'm setting it up right now
stu: lol I'm not sure if you're joking or not
amylynne: no i'm dead serious
SO HERE WE ARE. this is the maiden voyage. the first post of hatred, if you will. i would like to point out that in general, i'm not a hateful person. things just happen and i hate them. that is all. that having been said, i am really excited of the idea of a rant blog. YAY.
so here goes.
1. I HATE it when you go to take a shower to find that your shampoo has run out, but you're all wet and naked in the shower already and you're home alone.
what are you even supposed to do in this situation?! there's a few options.
a) run around the house naked looking for shampoo
b) stay in the shower and pretend like you used shampoo
d) all of the above.
this is an easier, but still horrid dilemma if you're not home alone. then you can scream and someone will come rushing into the bathroom yelling WHAT HAPPENED WHO DIED AHHHHH and you'll just chill and stop screaming and be like GET ME SOME SHAMPOO, FOOL and they'll probably get all angry at you but they might give you shampoo anyway. then you are set. you are HIGH ROLLIN'. life is good, you and your Suave shampoo. or maybe you like to get fancy and its Paul Mitchell. i hate Suave actually. but anyway.
what if no one is home? what if you are naked-phobic?? WHAT HAPPENS THEN?
see, in my case, i hate getting out of the shower all drippy wet. i always immediately dry off in my towel and then get on with my life. but when you just make a quick pit stop out of the shower, you're left all drippy wet!! and you get everything in your house on the path from bathroom to shampoo ALL DRIPPY WET!! THATS GROSS!! NO ONE WANTS TO DEAL WITH DRIPPY WET PATHWAYS!! and if you dry off beforehand then your TOWEL GETS ALL WET! and it's not dry for when you ACTUALLY DO get out of the shower for good. ugh. i hate wet.
so i guess the only logical conclusion is to pretend like you used shampoo. i guess you could also use your body wash, or shaving cream. although i don't know how that would work. not very well, I think. you just use conditioner and then bail. it's a sad thing, but hey. crap happens. there's always another shower tomorrow.
or you could also cry. because crying solves everything.