Then again, what is normal? Oh well, here goes:
1. Bent Silverware. Even after my big (imaginary) seminar on NOT using the teaspoons to scoop hard ice cream, more spoons continue to appear semi bent in the drawer. I think I'm going to start keeping the ice cream scoops on top of the teaspoons in the drawer. Seriously.
And I have no idea what happens to the forks to make one or two of the tines get out of line... how does that happen? No really. Somebody tell me how that happens so I can hold a Seminar. Because that was so effective with the spoon thing and the toilet paper thing.
2. Daylight Savings Switching Back and Forth.
Not the actual Daylight Savings Time, just the switching. And The Brain is not a big fan of it either. Mainly because for about 6 days after any switch, I keep asking, "If it were last Saturday, would it be 3:00 or 5:00 right now?" He hates that game. He just states the current time, and then tries to ignore me.
3. People who use @ twitter posts more than they use normal twitter posts. For those of you who don't tweet - this is similar to reading someone else's private text messages.
If you're getting to the point where your "private" twitters are more than your public ones, maybe it's time to take it over to email.
Just sayin' .
4. Walmart's wonky tile floor in their entryway, which makes it impossible to tell if I have a cart that rolls straight (or at all) until I'm clear into the store. What's that about? Is it actually easier to put new tile in --- tricking the customers into taking a wiggie shopping cart ---- than it is to actually fix the wiggie shopping cart?
5. The Los Angeles Airport. It's not the terminals that are miles apart, or Methuselah's bathrooms that bug me. It's the fact that I can not get access to the outside world. Apparently somebody at Verizon really ticked off somebody in LA, because I couldn't get a signal for my phone either time I went through there. Never mind that there were plenty of people on other phones chatting away. I think maybe there's an evil T-Mobile plot behind this.
And memo to LA Airport: Considering that even the developing country of Egypt has internet access at the airport, I'm thinking it may be time to consider an upgrade.