Small things that annoy you thread

11 years 7 months ago #86567 by photobod

Jackie PT wrote: Trying to email a long letter that took me 30 mins to draft only to be automatically logged out and none of the content was auto saved.


I have done this so many times Jackie, but the most annoying thing is when my wife arrives and I tell her, then get the lecture on how I should have saved it after each paragraph, no wonder I left her. :rofl:

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11 years 7 months ago #86597 by Baydream

photobod wrote:

Jackie PT wrote: Trying to email a long letter that took me 30 mins to draft only to be automatically logged out and none of the content was auto saved.


I have done this so many times Jackie, but the most annoying thing is when my wife arrives and I tell her, then get the lecture on how I should have saved it after each paragraph, no wonder I left her. :rofl:

That's why I went into options in word and set the Autosave. That way the computer can nag me. I have gmail doing the same thing.

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11 years 7 months ago #86625 by The Time Capturer
There is a second thing that annoys me, stemming from someone I used to live with.

People who think their way is the only way, and when you finally give in and do it their way, they still find fault in it.

ARRRRRGH!:evil:

Sure, practice makes perfect but, unless you learn from your mistakes, you are only perfecting your ability to fail.

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11 years 7 months ago #86629 by Baydream

The Time Capturer wrote: There is a second thing that annoys me, stemming from someone I used to live with.

People who think their way is the only way, and when you finally give in and do it their way, they still find fault in it.

ARRRRRGH!:evil:

You lived with a politician? :ohmy:

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11 years 7 months ago #86711 by PT Admin

photobod wrote:

Jackie PT wrote: Trying to email a long letter that took me 30 mins to draft only to be automatically logged out and none of the content was auto saved.


I have done this so many times Jackie, but the most annoying thing is when my wife arrives and I tell her, then get the lecture on how I should have saved it after each paragraph, no wonder I left her. :rofl:


:rofl:

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11 years 7 months ago #86715 by PT Admin

Baydream wrote:

photobod wrote:

Jackie PT wrote: Trying to email a long letter that took me 30 mins to draft only to be automatically logged out and none of the content was auto saved.


I have done this so many times Jackie, but the most annoying thing is when my wife arrives and I tell her, then get the lecture on how I should have saved it after each paragraph, no wonder I left her. :rofl:

That's why I went into options in word and set the Autosave. That way the computer can nag me. I have gmail doing the same thing.


I would do that but I would rather lose content than be nagged. :P

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11 years 7 months ago #86769 by chasrich
Nagging - no small thing...

“Amateurs worry about equipment, professionals worry about money, masters worry about light, I just make pictures… ” ~ Vernon Trent

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11 years 7 months ago #86797 by Nikonjan

chasrich wrote: Nagging - no small thing...


Yes, Dear!! Oh, by the way, you forgot to take out the trash! While you are at it, pick up your clothes off the floor.

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11 years 7 months ago #86937 by chasrich
Yes Dear... I didn't forget, I postponed... My dirty clothes must have fallen off the dresser and night stands. My slippers are still there though. :rofl:

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11 years 7 months ago #88043 by Stealthy Ninja
The Cheque Jackie sent me not getting here yet. :whistle:

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11 years 7 months ago #88047 by photobod

Stealthy Ninja wrote: The Cheque Jackie sent me not getting here yet. :whistle:


Hmmm still waiting for my comp prize :whistle: :whistle: :whistle: :nunu: :nunu: :nunu:

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11 years 7 months ago #88059 by Stealthy Ninja

photobod wrote:

Stealthy Ninja wrote: The Cheque Jackie sent me not getting here yet. :whistle:


Hmmm still waiting for my comp prize :whistle: :whistle: :whistle: :nunu: :nunu: :nunu:


yeh someone get david his prize before he starts writing in pink!

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11 years 7 months ago - 11 years 7 months ago #88063 by photobod

Stealthy Ninja wrote:

photobod wrote:

Stealthy Ninja wrote: The Cheque Jackie sent me not getting here yet. :whistle:


Hmmm still waiting for my comp prize :whistle: :whistle: :whistle: :nunu: :nunu: :nunu:


yeh someone get david his prize before he starts writing in pink!


PARDON

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11 years 7 months ago #88069 by Stealthy Ninja
It's getting worse. He's onto blue.

CODE BLUE!

CODE BLUE!

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11 years 7 months ago #88141 by PT Admin

Stealthy Ninja wrote: The Cheque Jackie sent me not getting here yet. :whistle:


That IS annoying.

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