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pet peeves

pet peeves

Thu, 11 Jun 2020 10:00

It’s a rant session. Emma is fired up about all of her pet peeves in this episode. From food chewing and getting it caught in the corner of your mouth (gross), to lying, judging and humble brags. Plus, maybe it’s time to get rid of that v-neck shirt, and she’s definitely judging that coffee order. And it’s finally been settled: which side of the roll should the toilet paper fall? To learn more about listener data and our privacy practices visit: Learn more about your ad choices. Visit

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Woke up later than normal, like probably 2 hours an hour later than normal and I just couldn't get out of bed like I did not get out of bed until like. An hour ago and like it's two now. And I know that that's not even a bad thing and I'm not really beating myself up over it, but. It is kind of stressful when you have things to do and then you get out of bed late and you're like, ****. And then you have to do it, and then it takes longer, and then you're done later in the day and the whole thing is a mess. But you know what? All we got is time. And so I'm just gonna, I'm gonna roll with it. I. Cooked today, I cooked. I'm not really. I made myself avocado toast. I've been ordering so much food instead of making food for myself, and I'm starting to feel like it's not a good thing, like it's not financially responsible. It's just there's nothing about it is good, it tastes good, but it's just, like, not necessary. So I cooked today. I ordered a bunch of groceries from Whole Foods, got them delivered, and got some avocados. Have some bread leftover from like two months ago that I haven't touched. It's not moldy yet somehow. So I made myself avocado toast. It's kind of fire. My avocado toast recipe changes like once a week, but. So good. So that's what I did this morning, OK? That's what I've been doing. And. To be honest. When I was trying to come up with a topic for today's episode, I was stumped because. I. I'm running out of things to talk about. I'm running out of things to talk about on my podcast. I'm running out of ideas to film from my YouTube channel. I'm not gonna lie, I'm running out. Umm. Which is cool. You know what happens? I'm just going to push through it or whatever and see what I come up with regardless. But it kind of sucks, you know, because it's kind of stressful. Just because. You know, as we know and as we've all known and as we've all like, this is obvious, we're all going through this together, but they're just really is like nothing going on. Like my day-to-day is so the same. I just farted, probably didn't hear that. My day-to-day is just so like routine that there's just like nothing jarring that happens. You know what I mean? So. It's hard for me to stay creative when I don't have anything happening to me because my brain is kind of an autopilot. And when my brain goes into autopilot, it's kind of hard for me to be creative, I've noticed. Uh, when I'm just kind of going through the motions of every single day, it's crazy because I used to get so freaked out when I get into a funk, like I would freak the **** out. Like, think that my whole life was over, thought I was going to die, thought that I was, you know, all that. And the truth is. After you burnout enough times or you get kind of a little bit confused creatively enough times, you just kind of sit back and let it happen and I think it helps it pass so much quicker. When you just kind of sit back and let it happen, you know? And don't worry about it too much. So that's what I'm trying to do. Umm. If you guys have anything specific that you want me to talk about on your always feel free to tweet me, DM me, whatever. It helps me a lot right now, especially because I am. I'm fresh out of thoughts, but I thought that it'd be kind of funny. To talk about all of my pet peeves, I literally wrote down 16, which is a lot, and they're very specific. Some of them are kind of obvious, but. I just. I don't know what it is about me, but I think I just get annoyed about everything. Like everything ****** me off. Umm. Which actually is fun. Like, you know, you'd think that that would be a negative thing, but actually I think it's kind of funny. Like, I think it's funny that, like, everything annoys me and it kind of is entertaining. Like, things that annoy me are entertaining. Does that make sense? Like, I love things that annoy me. I like to be annoyed or, like, cringed out by something or. Have something bother me, cause it's kind of like entertainment in a way. So. You know, maybe that's a bad thing, but I it's one of my hobbies. One of my hobbies is having pet peeves. So I wrote down as many as I could and we're just going to talk about it today. Maybe you guys agree, maybe you guys don't. Whatever. I just think it's funny and fun. I don't really think it's funny, but I think it's fun. So let's just get right. Into it something that's been ******* me off recently. Is when I call my parents on the phone. And we talked for like 20 minutes and then all of a sudden. They start eating like loud crunchy meals. I don't know why they think that this is OK. I don't know why. They decide to eat every time we're on the phone together, but my dad will literally eat an apple on the phone with me. And it ****** me off, but I love my parents so much, but they love to eat when they're on the phone. Me. And it's so funny. We've talked about this, I've talked about them. I'm like, why are you doing that? Like, just call me back after because that sound like I can't even, I can't even talk when I hear the sound of a ******* crunching apple over the phone. And the thing about talking on the phone is that amplifies sounds so like if somebody's eating an apple next to you, that's one thing, and that's annoying on its own, but like when somebody's eating an apple into the microphone. Of their ******* phone. It is a crazy sound. It's different. It's not the same and it's so frustrating and it makes my blood boil. But I love my parents and I will let them eat their food on the phone with me as much as they want. I will just turn down the volume and work through it because I love them and it's OK. That's part of family. Is that you? Just you deal with it. And you move on with your family. Next next pet peeve? Is when people get coffee. And it's super light colored, like Milky. Because there's literally one drop of espresso in the coffee, this bothers me. A lot. It's like they're drinking milk. I know what that coffee tastes like. I know what it tastes like when there's a bad espresso to milk ratio going on in the coffee. I know exactly what that tastes like. I'm familiar with it. If I go to a ******* cafe and there's two drops of espresso and just like 3 cups of milk, I throw up and I hand it back and I say fix it. I literally have to order. Extra shots of espresso in my coffee to avoid this problem when I go to cafes because I cannot stand when I get a latte and it's all milk. It's so gross and it's so avoidable. What's the point? Just drink a ******* cup of milk. Gross. It makes me so mad. It makes me so mad. And it looks bad too, like there's this perfect shade of of brown when a latte is perfect. I could see one right now because I have one next to me that I just made. Like? It's supposed to look like a nice shade of brown that a tan horse would have on their skin. Nice tan horse color, right? Or like. Tortoiseshell glasses light. Tortoiseshell glasses colored like. Or like a nice deep sand color, but not like a light sand. Like not sand from Hawaii, but like sand from Northern California sand. That's or like sand. On the East Coast. But not the Jersey Shore, cause that's like white. I don't even know. OK, some certain type of sand. The type of sand that's like the most obvious type of sand, but like a little bit darker. That is what our latte should be looking like if you're getting a latte and it looks like ******* chocolate milk. No chocolate milk is darker than some of the no. There's no espresso flavor at all in ******* coffee like that. 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Like just OK then, you know, for standardized testing. Push up test pacer. Test all that ****. They're like giving everybody dirty looks in the room and they're ******* like. Beating everybody in the class and then afterwards the teacher congratulates them and then they're ******* have this stupid smirk on their face. I cannot ******* stand it. I can't stand. It ****** me off so much. And these kids. These kids are the type of kids that their parents just. Made them think that they're like a God growing up like these kids could do no wrong in their parents eyes. These are the kids that would like bite their sibling until their sibling was bleeding and then the parents would like blame the sibling that got bit like these kids need therapy these kids need. To be homeschooled, I just cannot deal with these kids. I was the type of kid that like. I would. Try and be only to impress boys. Understood. Like I. I actually just realized by saying that that like. I spent so many years of my life trying to make good goys trying to make guys think that I was cool. Like, I've spent more than half of my life just trying to impress guys. I think only within like the last maybe six months. I have stopped doing that. But like it really did take 18 1/2 years. For me to figure that out. So maybe that's my next pet peeve. My next peeve is. When people do things just to impress other people, listen, I used to do this. I hate it. I hate that I used to do that. Like. Let me try to think of a good example. I mean, I already have a few that I've talked about on this podcast of me doing that, but like, I want to think of one that I've never talked about. Umm. Publicly. That's a good example. I've done that with music for sure. Like acted, like, I like music that I didn't. To impress a guy. Like, for example, I'm not really that into rap music, and I'll admit that. I mean I like it. I enjoy it. It's fun, you know, and it's fun sometimes. But I normally and I there are genuinely some rap songs that I really like but like when it comes to the genre as a whole I'm I don't know much about it and. Like, I don't really like it's not my favorite and I don't know much like I it's I'm not knowledgeable on it. I. You know well, like some here and there, if it's if it's good. But I don't, you know, I don't really know. So. But like in high school. Oh my God. I, like made a rap playlist. Just so that I could play rap when I had like when I was hanging out with guys and if I was on the aux cord. And I didn't even like the songs on it. Some of them, yes, for sure, but like half of them, no. I just made that playlist so if I was on aux I could impress. The boys and like, that's embarrassing. OK, this next puppy is not a personal attack on anybody for once, because the rest of those were personal attacks, not only on myself but also on others. So let's move to something a bit more mundane. POV You have a chapstick. Right. And. It's the type where you twist the bottom and it comes up. It's solid. It's a solid chapstick. It's a twisty one. Picture like a bird's bees. Or like a chapstick. Brand chapstick. OK. You're at the end of it, right? And. You can't push it up anymore. And it goes completely flat on the top. But there's still a little bit of Chapstick left. That you can't push up all the way because it's like stuck inside. That ****** me off and at that point that's when I'm starting to get my hands dirty and I'm reaching my fingernail in there and I'm digging it out to get every last bit out, which is disgusting and I know that, but I do that. And I hate it. I wish that Chapstick could be pushed up all the way because I just want to use it to its last to its very last. Day I want I want to be there for it from day one to day 365. Although for me I go through chapstick in like a month because I use so much, especially right now because I'm on Accutane. But even before that I've always been an avid Chapstick user. That's why I've been using the liquid type that's like more of a lip gloss, but like Chapstick version that's like liquid so that like you get every last bit out. I mean there's obviously some left inside, but it's like I don't have to see it. When I'm using the twisty type, I can see that there's still chapstick left, which bothers me. So that's super annoying. The next thing I'm going to talk about my next pet peeve is strings in food. I've talked about this before, but like, I really, really wanna dig into this and I wanna know if anybody else is the same way, because. I've talked about this with so many people and nobody has resonated with me at all. And I'm getting better about it as I'm growing up. But like, I still get grossed out by it. Little fibers in food, little strings and food, things like that. For example, pulled pork. It has all those little. It's kind of shredded so that it's like in all these little fine stringy pieces. Disgusting. Another example would be **** I have to fart. I can't cut this out. My editor has to listen to that. I'm sorry it was quiet. It's fine. Another example would be. Like in pesto. I love pesto. It's one of my favorite foods. But like when you blend up basil. They're like ends up being little parts of the of the stem that end up being little strings within the pesto. Which is why I buy this pesto that's literally so blended that there's like nothing left. Like, there's no potential for like, any type of string in it at all. Tomato sauce has those little. Like, I don't even know where it comes from, but the little fibers in it you probably don't even know I'm talking about, probably never even seen it or thought about it. But I think about these things. Avocado, when you scrape an avocado all the way down to the like skin of it, sometimes they'll be these like little strings, like the little fibers from it. It's so gross to me. It's so gross. Like when? OK, like if you're eating something and then you accidentally, like, get like a fiber on your tongue and you have to, like, pull it off. Yeah, Oh my God, I wanna ******* vomit. So nasty. OK, my next pet peeve. This one little bit deeper. But it's when people are judgmental. About something that's like mundane and stupid. OK, a good example would be like music. Or like. Your daily habits or about. Like, basically, when somebody is judgmental in mean about things that, like, have nothing to do with them and don't affect them, right? And they're like, actually judging. There's like one thing to, like, **** around with your friend if, like, let's say, your friend always wears. The same sweatpants. Every day. And you're like, dude, you never take those off. It's crazy. Like, make a little joke like that. That's like to me, innocent. I don't think that that's judgmental, like. Innocent and harmless banter with your friends is important, but when somebody genuinely is like, dude, you wearing those sweats every day is like a real problem. And like, you need to get new sweats and also you just need to, like, buy new clothes. Like, I feel like you're not buying clothes at, like, the right places. I feel like you need to. I hate that. That bothers me so much. And it's so unnecessary. And people like that are. So toxic to be around. And I just it bothers me. It's like, what is it to you though? Why does it matter why if it does not affect? The person judging. Why are they judging? I get it. If you wanna judge somebody behind their back and, like, have your own little opinions, what are what am I gonna do about that? I get it. That happens. But it's like when you. Obviously judging somebody to their face in a ******* abrasive way. I don't even know if that's the right word like that. Really bothers me and I just don't get it and there's so many people like that and I just will never understand it. Next is a little bit less deep. When people are eating, like a sandwich or something. That has mayonnaise in it, for example. And then they get mayonnaise in the corners of their mouth. And it just stays there for like an hour. Do you know what I'm talking about? If, let's say, people are eating salad with ranch? And like just like the white. Oh my God. Hold on, I need a break. Literally have to take a coffee break for this one. Oh my God, there's nothing more disgusting to me than this. Or even like yogurt and it just gets in the corner of the mouth, like white creamy foods in the corner of people's mouths. It's so nasty to me. I I remember like I used to have this teacher. It was. I'm actually not going to say which one, cause I he was actually really, really ******* nice and he was one of the best teachers I ever had. Because his class was so hard. He was my eighth grade. He was a teacher for me in 8th grade. He. His class was so insanely hard. But it taught me so much and like, he was actually really sweet and cool. But. He used to eat a sandwich every day for lunch, and I had his class right after lunch and he would ******* have mayonnaise in the corners of his mouth, and his sandwich also smelled like **** every day. Like his whole class would smell like a ******* raw onion. Every single day I'd leave his class smelling like a ******* raw onion because it was just like it would stick. It would stick to ******* everything. But God bless him, he was really a sweet man and I was able to look past his sandwich. Issues because. Yeah, you know. What does it really take to make it in New York City when you're young? 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It's time to hustle freeforms the come up new episodes Wednesdays on Hulu next. Is Instagram boomerangs? This isn't this is controversial. This is really controversial because. You know, I know a lot of people use Instagram Boomerang, and I understand it's it's fun. But it's so awkward and I know exactly how they looked when they were making the boomerang, like nothing gets past me with that. I can see in my mind exactly how they looked when they were posing for that boomerang when I watched it, which just drives me insane. Like I've made boomerangs before and they are so cringy to make, like it cringes me out to make them I I can't explain exactly why they bother me, but. They do, and it's mainly like when it's mainly like the posing ones. But at the same time. I don't wanna be hating. I don't wanna be judging. If you make Instagram boomerangs you ******* go, don't let me stop you. It just bothers me and I'm just being honest, but I'm not judging people who do it. I just. I just. I think it bothers me when I make them, and then when I see other people do it, I just feel the pain automatically. And so it's just, yeah, you know what I mean? Boomerangs can be cool though, if it's like a scenery like I've seen that where like looks really pretty and you know, that's cool and all, but. Now I feel bad. I feel like I just attacked people. I've been just attacking people this entire episode. But you know what? I'm not judging, I'm just attacking. There's a difference. Next, this one's really ******* obvious, but like, I wanna get right into it. Lying. I'm literally putting on Chapstick for this one so that my lips can be lubed up so that I can talk to my full potential cause. Lying is my biggest pet peeve. It didn't used to be either. I didn't really used to even think about it like. It never was something that like, bothered me. But. I've gotten lied to. Within the past few years in ways that have, like, literally caused me. So many ******* trust issues. That I now am so I get so mad. When people lie like, OK, obviously I'm talking about things that are like, not. Mundane. Like if somebody lies to you about. Why do I keep farting? Oh, I really hope you didn't hear that. No, I I think I have gas. OK. Don't wanna talk about it. I just want to move on. OK, I'm like every bodily function is happening to me, right? I'm so sorry you guys have to hear it. Anyway. When? People lie about **** like birthday party, or they're giving you a gift, or they're surprising you with something or. Even like in relationships, like. No, I actually don't agree with that. I was gonna say something, but I actually take it back. So that's really interesting. I was going to say that like lying about. Things like. How many? People you've kissed or something like, I was going to be like, I don't think that's a big deal, but I actually do. I feel like if you're in a relationship, you should be being straight up about that. You know, like, I don't. I actually don't think you should ever lie about something like that. Because I think if you have to lie for that person's. Approval or for that person to like **** with you, then you shouldn't be with them anyway, so. But it's crazy that I just caught myself in that because I was about to be like, you know, well, maybe that's not something that they need to know. Uh, but actually, I think. I don't think you should have to lie about that. If you want, you could always be like, I don't want to ******* tell you, so shut up and that's valid. But don't lie, I just. I think I'm mainly speaking on like in relationships in general, like not just romantic, but also platonic, like. Lying about things that. Don't. Need to be lied about. Like? You know, I'll give an example with myself. I. One time. Was talking to a guy. And. No, I can't tell that story. Ohh God, Jesus Christ. OK, we just can't. There's no examples for this. Lying annoying. Don't do that. Creates trust issues, and it's a problem. I mean, I have a lot of trust issues from people lying to me. The thing is, I've lied to people. Not ever. Like in a in a crazy way. Like, not ever about anything that was at all like detrimental. I've actually the times that I've lied have been when I felt like I wasn't accepted by the person. That I was spending time with and I felt like I needed to cater my answers to them for them to. Talk to me or be in my life because they were judgmental. That's the only time I've ever lied is when I felt judged. So if you ever catch yourself. Like? Kind of lying to somebody about dumb, stupid **** that doesn't matter. It's like, it's like lying about something that, like doesn't affect. It's it doesn't. It's OK. Like an example would be like. How do you feel about this song? Like, do you like this song? Because I ******* hate it deep down. You like the song, right? But you're like, no, I ******* hate this song. That's the type of lie I'm talking about. Not like, oh hey, what were you doing last night? Ohh, I was home. But really you were like out with your friends. Like that's not the type of life. Like that's actually a lie. That's serious. I've never lied like that. I am talking about. Actual like mundane, stupid ****. Like if you like a song or not, or like if you've ever. Tried to skateboard like **** like that, like that. Just like doesn't matter. Like Oh yeah, for sure. For sure. I love that. If somebody if you feel like you need to lie like that around somebody, they're actually probably not good for you, and you need to work on that and make sure that you're not around people that make you feel like you need to change your story for them to accept you and love you and care about you. Next, Pepito's V-neck T-shirts. I hate them. I think that they're so ugly I don't know how to explain it. I just always hated them. There are like scenarios where V necks work, but I'm talking about like gap, Old Navy vneck Heather Gray T-shirt. That **** ****** me off. Don't ever. I hate it. I hate that. Used to wear V necks all the time. That was like my go to middle school look would be lululemon leggings, the same pair every day for the whole week. White vans and vneck. From Pakistan. And then calling it a day and then. Yeah, that was the fit. Next is when the toilet paper is on backwards. Every time I'm at somebody's house in their toilet papers on backwards, I will literally. Flip it around for them and not ask. I don't care. I'm just going to assume it was a one time mistake and that they want my help. I don't know on what sick planet it makes sense to have the toilet paper on backwards. I'm talking about when the like when the dangly part of the toilet paper is facing the wall. Oh my God, it's just so annoying. So I make it my responsibility to change it for them. Umm. Moving on. Certain tick tock sounds. There are certain tick tock sounds that make me want to rip my hair out like. I'm gonna try to think of an example. I'm gonna play one right now for you. I don't know if that's copyrighted. I don't think it is. I heard one today that really bothered me. Oh, this one ****** me off. Open up the safe, *******. Got a lot to say to see any face that'll put you in your place. 7 letters on the plate. **** you when I break. I got caught. It's so annoying. I actually have another one. That I'd like to show as well. Oh God ****. So annoying. There's worse ones. But those were just the only ones I could find off the top of my head. So many tick tock sounds ****** me off. So anyway that just. I literally just spent 5 minutes finding those. Next when somebody starts to tell me a secret and then they stop. Like? What ****** me off about it is that I know that they want me to ask, right? Like when they're like, yeah, so like, I don't know, I have a crush on this person. They're like who? And then they're like, never mind. It's like, then why'd you ******* bring it up? I'm nosy. So give it up. It ****** me off. That ****** me off so bad and like it happens all the time. Although I actually did that literally earlier in this podcast. I was about to tell a story and then I was like, oh, never mind. But like, see, The thing is, this can be edited. I'm still going to leave it in though, because, like, it's funny because it's part of the conversation, but. Whatever. Next is when I walk past a doorknob, right? Like in my house. And like something gets caught on it for example. Your headphones. They aren't wireless ear ear headphones that have the wire. Your pocket can get caught on a doorknob or like your sleeve. Oh **** that makes me want to punch a wall. Makes you wanna punch a wall. I hate that. That just makes my blood like that makes me wanna literally like it makes me violent. It makes me so violent. Like, I've actually cried about that before, like that's happened to me before when I've kind of been on edge as is, and I've actually started crying about it. Next is fettuccine Alfredo. I just think it's gross and I don't understand why people like it. There's not really much to say about that. I just. Whatever. OK, so if I were to host a live radio show and I could play any music I wanted, I would honestly probably have the time of my Life OK, but I'll admit I would probably end up playing. Just sad music. I don't know what it is about me, but I love sad music, OK? And so I'd probably end up playing. A lot of sad music. Specifically for the people who are listening in the car by themselves. That want to shed a tear in a good way? Well now there is a place that I or you or anyone can host a live show. Amp is the platform that allows people to come together and create live, unfiltered radio shows with whatever music or content that they love. And this is like a real show where you can have people listening live and you can pick exactly which songs to play, and you can even have fans calling in to chat while you're on air. If I had a live show, I would definitely. Have people call in and ask me for dating advice honestly, so I think I'd have to do dating advice. You know what this actually sounds like the perfect radio show. Sad music combined with dating advice, because all of the shows on AMP are run by real people. You can tell that the playlists are authentic. A playlist generated automatically just sounds different than one that an individual is controlling based on their passions and tastes. And with 10s of millions of licensed songs to choose from, everyone will find the music that appeals to them. But it's not just music. You can have a talk show, or react to news, or riff on pop culture, and that's one of the best parts about being a podcast host. You can just riff. On whatever. Excites your mind on any given day. So download AMP today in the App Store. That's a amp. Or ask Alexa to play amp. Last but not least, I don't know how I talked about this for 37 minutes. It'll be cut down to less because that's how podcasts work, but I'm pretty impressed. I must be annoyed with a lot of ****. Last but not least is humble bragging. OK. This is like my biggest pet peeve ever. When people are like. Oh my God. I want to post this Instagram photos so bad. But I just look way too pretty in it, and I feel like it's gonna hurt people's feelings. Cause I'm so pretty. Why don't you just say? Wow, I really like this photo of myself. I'm excited to post it. That's a really stupid, like stupid example. But like, we all know what I'm talking about. Like when people are like. Or if they're like, Oh my God, I got a 94% on this test. Ah, I'm so mad because I was like so close to getting like a 95. They just wanted to say that they got a 94 on the test. That's it. It's so annoying and it's so obvious exactly what they're doing. Biggest pet peeve of all time. It makes me so mad when people are like. Uh, this is more like in the YouTube space, I feel like. But when people like brag about like, how much work they have, they're like, Oh my God, I'm so stressed out. I have my God, I have so many meetings. Like so many meetings, like so many big things that I'm doing, so many, so much meetings. I'm so stressed. And like, while they're saying this **** they're looking out of the corner of your eye to see if you're, like, wowed by the fact that they're ******* going to all these meetings, like. Sorry, I'm like throwing some ******* punches at people that I should not be throwing at. And on that note, I'm gonna stop. Talking about it and we're gonna start answering questions and talking about **** instead. But those are all my pet peeves. I definitely have more, but. You know, that's enough for now. Somebody asked me what are my opinions on wet socks? I mean, it's definitely not my favorite thing ever, but I don't feel like it like bothers me as much as it bothers most people. Same thing with like the word moist. Like, I'm just really unaffected by that. Like the word moist doesn't bother me a lot of people. That's their pet peeve or whatever. Personally, I feel like that about the word cluster. Cluster is my moist. I can't even believe I'm saying it, but I feel like it's worse when like somebody says it out of nowhere, like that's when it takes me right surprise and make really makes me upset. Somebody said. I hate when my hair tie. My wrist gets wet. Same. That ****** me off. That is a pet peeve that is a really good one. I ******* hate that. Somebody said how do you feel about neck cracking? Doesn't bother me. I actually love it. Somebody said the nails on a chalkboard bother you, yes. Somebody said it bothers them when people put ketchup on things like rice or pizza, like things that ketchup is not supposed to be on. I agree, although. I sometimes put ketchup on eggs. I don't really do that anymore because now I use hot sauce, but. I see ketchup on scrambled eggs and like, a lot of people think that that's weird, but like. It's pretty ******* good, to be honest. I haven't eaten that in a long time. I've been eating hard boiled eggs for like the past year. Or scrambled eggs from this one ******* place in LA. I hate getting eggs from restaurants, but like these one scrambled eggs, they put Parmesan on it. It's ******* amazing. Somebody said that the smell of mint upsets them. That's weird cause I love that. So if you ever date somebody, tell them not to chew gum because that's not gonna go over well. Somebody said that they hate short pencils. Same. So ******* annoying. Somebody said I hate when people try to make you look bad in front of others. Ohh. I feel like that hasn't happened to me in a really long time. Like at least in a decent while, like probably for the last few months. I feel like I've been doing pretty good with that. Like, nobody's trying to pull that on me, but that ****** me off. So much, especially when you start to get older, like I feel like in middle school and high school for me I was like. **** like that happened all the time. Like, just ****** **. **** happened like that. And everybody did **** like that. Because they didn't know any better, you know what I mean? Like, they would do it and they didn't know why they were doing it, and it wasn't cool, but it was also like. Nobody knew what was going on back then, but now like that I'm like almost 20 and like, I'm almost an adult or I am an adult technically like. Now, when people do **** like that, I I can't. Like, I can't believe that people still do **** like that. It just blows my mind. All right. Well, nice little discussion about pet peeves. That was really fun. I enjoyed that, even though, you know, what was the point of it? Could not tell you, but I still enjoyed it. I love when my mom slides up on my Instagram story. Makes me feel good. She does it all the time. She just did it. I got a notification. Care about that woman? I'm trying to think about things that like I've been thinking about or like things that. Have been going on for me, you know what I mean? That I can discuss, you know? I'm literally looking through my camera roll to try and see. Like, Emma, what have you been doing? You know, like. I just don't. Have anything to talk about? My God, I haven't done anything. Actually I'll, I'll share something with you that. That's been happening to me. That's been kind of bothering me so. Like probably a week ago. I ordered detergent to my house from target. And. When it came. It was. The bottle was cracked. So there's detergent all over the box, all over the ground. Complete mess. I was like, that's weird, whatever. Didn't throw it out. Ordered a new one. I order a new one, the same thing happened again. And I was like, what? And then. I like, threw it out again and I was like cheese and you know? Was like so confused. I was like why is this happening? And then. I ordered candles the other day. And one of my candles. Was broken, completely smashed. It was like, why are all my packages getting broken? And I realized that the. Mailman has been throwing my packages over my gate. Instead of like. Using the call box to get through my gate and then putting them by my door or just leaving them outside the gate, which would be completely fine as well, but they're literally. Throwing my packages over my gate. And breaking all of my things. It's insane. So my mom made me a little poster that I can laminate today and hang up so that I will not be getting broken packages anymore because that was a huge. I mean, that's so upsetting. Like ******* everything relatively fragile that I was ordering was just broken every time I open them. It was incredibly upsetting. So super upset about that. Hopefully the sign works. So that we don't have to deal with that anymore. Another thing, I got a hard boiled egg cooker off Amazon. You can cook up to 14 eggs in there and it's pretty easy to use and really fun and really cheap. So I used that for the first time and I've been having hard boiled eggs again because I get really lazy. Like boiling them is just too much work for me. This hard boiled egg cooker ******* sent from God like the most awesome thing I own, so I've been enjoying that. What else? That literally might be everything that's going on, to be honest. I have nothing else to say. All right, everybody. Well, I hope you enjoyed hanging out with me for the past. 45 minutes or. 40 minutes or. However long it ends up being, I love you all. Let me know what you want me to talk about. For the next few months or so, until quarantine is over, I'm going to be. Really pulling **** out of my *** so. Wish me luck on that. I love you all. I care about you all. You're the best. Keep it real. 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