Under A Storm Cloud

We all have those little things that drive us crazy. They just bug the h311 out of us. How? Why? What’s the importance of them.

They add to that “little” stress pile we carry around everyday. Why do these thing bother us? We don’t know why, but the tiniest thing has a huge affect on us. We always tell ourselves that it’s just a small thing and it won’t do much. It just gets to the point when we’re going to explode.


For Example, SLOW WALKERS. When you’re trying to get somewhere and you’re late. Then suddenly, your face is like an inch away from someone and they keep at their “turtle” pace. And when you try to go around, there’s someone who walks in the way and you’re stuck behind them too. Do they not realize that there’s someone breathing down their neck…?

It’s even worse when you say, “Excuse me,” and they apparently don’t hear you and keep on strollin’. So you try to squeeze past, and now they think you’re rude. Now who’s the rude one here. I don’t see a sign that says “I’m a slow walker so go the other way.” Or when you see an opening and lunge past them. That wasn’t weird, right?” There’s no way to sneak past a slow walker unless there’s a HUGE open space between them and the walls. No matter how we get past, there’s always another problem in the way.

Is there a way to get rid of this? I don’t think so. Just get rid of all the slow walkers??? I don’t think that’ll work. It’s something that we can’t get rid of and we just have to deal with it.

“I hate it so much when a family member of mine or my friend plays video games and he/she keeps screaming at the TV!!! It drives me nuts!” -Jasmine

“Okay like idk why girls wear those tiny bags to school. No comprendo. I mean, you can’t even carry a pencil!!!!!!!! What is the whole point of going to school if you can’t even bring your school materials!!!! It’s infuriating!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!” -Joanna

There are a lot more things that can bother each of us. We all have something different to “complain” about. They don’t have a big affect on our lives, but it would be better if they were somewhat resolved.

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