I used to work with someone like this. You would hear her FURIOUSLY typing away at the Skype private messenger, slagging off everyone in the office and banging at her keyboard. She would have days where she would talk to NO ONE and we were a very small department.People who are angry for no reason. I work with someone who just tears into everyone. It can happen at any given time and it can be any of us depending on her mood that particular day. I swear it’s like being on the boat in Jaws and waiting ur turn some days. She literally throws things all day. It doesn’t matter what it is. If it’s in her reach, it will fly when she’s angry. Today I had things flying passed my head at a record rate. One time she threw something so high I thought a bird had gotten into the building. She gets such height. I want to commend her on it but I figure it’s better I mind my own business.
cold showers actually are better for you oddly enough but don't make it too cold i dunno what the weather is by you but if you are gonna do that and it's still winter wait until you are sweating it feels better that way and the cold won't bother you as much.
Another one for me is people who are so obsessed with what they are missing online, that they can’t hold a proper face to face conversation because they can’t put their phone down.
People miss SO much by looking down at screens all the time. I came to major blows with a friend a couple of years ago who missed not only the windmills of the Netherlands because he was too interested in FB but who missed most of the fun in an enormous theme park too.I understand the feeling. I don't like much friends spending their "friendly time" on their phones. I mean, one time I was with 2 friends. One was from Marrakech. He came to visit his best friend here in Agadir. We all 3 went to take a coffee by the beach. They BOTH spent most of the time their nose in their phones. They alsmot did not talk to each others. The view on the beach was beautiful... They didn't even pay attention.
I don't like phones in restaurants, or in theaters, and even in concert. In June 2019 I was in France to watch one of my favorite singer live : I refused to even film with my smartphone. I wanted to live the concert through lye eyes, directly, not through a small screen. I really understand people who want to have a souvenir. I get it, I don't blame them. But it's not what I wanted to experience. Especially as this singer does concert very rally, and each time, it's a huge event.
Furthermore, it seems to me that the ability to find, process and understand and comprehend information is being diminished because people tend to believe the first search result returned on their phone. Instant results are useful, but the veracity is sometimes questionable.Another one for me is people who are so obsessed with what they are missing online, that they can’t hold a proper face to face conversation because they can’t put their phone down.