2011: The Last Year?

Thus I have heard:  We live in the end of days, and 21 May 2011 will be the last day.   The internets told me so, and the very fundimentalist Christians told the internets.   Since it’s on the internet, it must be true.  Therefore, starting tomorrow, I’m going to start counting down the top ten things thatI’m Not Gonna Miss, come the Rapture. 

Tell me, tell me, readers – what are YOU Not Gonna Miss when the world ends?   Will your pet peeve make the list?   Comments here – and remember, you only have 11 days to go!

11 Responses to “2011: The Last Year?”

  1. I’m not going to miss the very fundamentalist Christians :)

  2. I will not miss this site… HA! And that better be #1, buster.

  3. – Work
    – Douchebags
    – Hangovers
    – Laundry
    – Buying shoes until I’m broke (the broke part, not the buying shoes part)

  4. Idiocy. In all forms. That is all.

  5. I just want to know when the rain date is.

  6. Exercising. In all forms. Worrying about needing to when I don’t do it. Wondering what will be effective in the shortest period of time. When to exercise so I don’t need to shower twice. How to believe the lies I tell myself about why I don’t make time for it. etc etc

  7. This is no no order or preference but here are my top 5:
    1. Madated state testing 3x a year to show how much students learn to hold teachers accountable.
    2. Day to day lack of manners.
    3. Disney stars gone bad, into rehab, or getting caught doing the wrong thing!
    4. Lack of parental involvement…….yes your child did THAT!
    5. Food Lion grocery store. I hope in it’s place I get something better so I don’t have to travel to other areas for the basics!

  8. In no particular order:
    Grocery shopping
    Certain neighbors
    A few former FB “friends”
    Being in any line of any kind

  9. 1. “Hypo-Christians”
    2. Aggresive jerks
    3. Being stuck with someone singing loud and off-key
    4. Tailgaters
    5. Self-centered people
    6. Allergies
    7. Debt
    8. Schedules
    9. Balancing the checkbook
    10. Traffic

  10. People who use the word effective when they should use affective. Yeah, especially those guys.

  11. traffic, pollution, war, disease, famine

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