So, here are some things I just don't understand:
2. Tourist t-shirts. So we went to Banff. Have I mentioned that yet? And while we were there, Ian went on the hunt for tacky tourist t-shirts that misrepresent Canada. Usually that entails putting Jasper, Alberta under a photo of a polar bear. If you're not from Canada, polar bears don't live in the southern provinces, nor do they live in the southern part of the Northwest Territories. So putting a polar bear on a shirt from a Jasper is just ridiculous and stupid. Not quite as stupid, though, as the above shirt. You see that shirt depicts lions and beneath it it says, "Banff Canada". Yup. That's right, lions... in Banff. I JUST DON'T UNDERSTAND!!
3. Hoarders. Not the television show. I totally get why people watch it. It's quality entertainment. What I don't understand is how people can live as hoarders. If there is one thing out of place in my living room, I have to put it back or I'll dwell on it. If the garbage is full, I have to take it out. If my laundry basket is full, I have to do laundry. And on top of all that, I hate having tons of stuff. It weighs you down. It's more to sell or throw out or give away before you move. Who wants that extra work and responsibility? Not this girl. Clean and simplistic is the way to go!
4. Dirty glasses. Wearing glasses has made me realize just how much I touch my face. I would never have known before, but now, I have smudges to prove it. I seriously clean my lenses like five times a day. I think that's a lot. Is it? Either way, it's gross and I don't understand why there's so much face touching going on.
5. Over posters. You know the people who post 30,000 articles, videos and statuses on Facebook each day. Why can't they just get Twitter? That way, I don't have to be a jerk and un-friend them.
A message to over-sharers:
"I'm sick of reading your opinion, Man. Just quit it. Stop taking up my entire news feed and start spamming Twitter. I have other friends too, you know, and they might have important things going on, like pregnancy and wedding updates. Goodness knows those are my favourite! Missing one could totally ruin my day. So, please, keep your Facebooking to a minimum and let me enjoy the weekly belly-bump photos. Thanks a bunch."
That's all for now, folks. I hope you enjoyed this week's edition. And if you didn't, I'll assume you're a slow walking hoarder who over-shares on Facebook. Amiright?
**I'm off on a spontaneous road trip to Kelowna. See all of you again on Tuesday. If you're Canadian, I hope you have a wonderful long weekend, and if you're not, have fun at work on Monday!**