1- I hate it when people drastically change a social situation, and then turn around and get upset when they learn that things are different. It's like they want to change their behavior completely without anyone acting differently.
2- I hate it when my friends are insensitive to a mutual friend of ours. I usually don't notice when people aren't there for me; I don't expect them to be. But when people purposely ignore their friend's feelings, I get pissed off.
3- I hate how it's somehow okay to mock people who are overweight. I hate all the victim blaming that comes with it. I hate that some obese people are to ashamed to even complain about all the horrible things people say about them, because they internalize this "it's my fault" attitude.
4- I hate that I feel the need to explain that I am not overweight, and never have been.
5- I hate gender assumptions. I hate it when people tell me I won't understand something because of my gender. I concede that it might be true, but why not try?
6- I hate people who excuse bad behavior with demographics. "It's okay that she's moody and distant; she's a teenager." or "Don't worry about the teasing; boys will be boys." I mean, Christ, would it kill you to acknowledge that people are individuals? Do we always have to attribute their behavior to their age and sex?
7- I hate listening to straight girls whine about how there aren't any good guys out there. Or worse yet, how hard it is to meet good guys.
8- I hate re-fried beans. Also, tofurky. And black olives. Black olives are pretty nasty.
Like most other Americans, I get tired of pretending to be happy all the time. When this happens, I stay up late and write extremely negative journals that (hopefully) will never be attributed to me.