I hate it when people feel the need to girth up all the way really quickly. I see this especially with Western horses. What, do you just want
your horse to become girthy?
I hate it when people don't ask questions when they don't know how to do something or don't understand. I SWEAR, you look more stupid trying to do it yourself than if you would just ask.
I hate it when people have really short tempers for no reason. PMS I understand, but other than that...
I hate it when I hear a song on the radio that I like, but only remember a few of the lyrics and can't even find it on Google.
I hate it when people make decisions that concern me without telling me or letting me give my opinion.
I hate it when people are suddenly best friends with someone when something tragic or cool happens in their lives.
I hate it when people make a bigger deal out of stuff than it actually is.
I hate it when someone tries to have a conversation with me when I'm reading. Really, talk to me when I finish my book, this is way more important than anything you have to say!
I hate people who are attention-seekers, drama creators, really loud, have to scream and hug their friends EVERY TIME THEY SEE THEM (seriously you see eachother in school Monday-Friday), whiny people, rude people, angry people, people who can't make simple decisions by themselves, people who wear too much makeup, people who are nice to you one moment and crappy to you or behind your back the next, people who are fake, and people who laugh loudly at everything. Wow, I hate like everyone
I hate it when this happens:
(This happened to me the other night, so it's still fresh in my mind). We have a non-horsey volunteer at the barn I volunteer at. He's an adult, who has ridden a horse once, ten years ago, and believes he is horsey. I have asked him nicely several times to pet the horses on the neck and explained why.
We were tightening the girth on one of the girthier (if that's a word) horses over in the arena, and he felt that that was the perfect moment to give the horse a nice hard pat on the nose. The horse snapped at him, and he could not have been more suprised.