Random things you hate

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  1. Emelee

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    1. When you struggle to plug in an electric cord and can't see the outlet.

    2. When a sock slides down your foot while you're wearing shoes.

    3. When you have set a meeting with someone and they forget the time, and shows up very late.

    4. Pop-ups on the computer when you absolutely don't have time (or mental health) for them.
     
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    Those $%^& auto-play ads that you can't seem to close without closing out everything and starting over. Someone had to have invented that technology, and this person needs to die a fiery, painful death.
     
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    I crashed my Lamborghini in Asphalt 8: Airborne last week because of those and lost a race. Horrible things.

    I have awkward moments when first cousins declare their child to be my second cousin, when their child isn't my second cousin but is instead my first cousin once removed and approximately twice more closely related to me than a second cousin. Then first cousin declares me to be wrong (which I'm not) and then says it isn't important anyway. To which I then provide evidence of first cousins and first cousins removed inheriting estates in cases of intestacy and second cousins being disqualified (because they aren't eligible where I reside). Or I provide evidence of first cousins once removed being appointed caretaker relatives when second cousins aren't. It never ends well. Even when my first cousin once removed checks the information, and finds me to be right, they then row with their parent. One first cousin got corrected by their two-year old (almost three) grandchild on it weeks ago. One first cousin tried to pass their grandchild (my first cousin twice removed) off as my third cousin, which would require me to be my own grandchild. Not saying anything isn't really an option, even though it might have been the best option.

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    second cousin
    DEFINITION
    1. a child of one's parent's first cousin.
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    first cousin once removed
    DEFINITION
    a child of one's first cousin.
    • one's parent's first cousin.

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    first cousin twice removed
    DEFINITION
    1. a grandchild of one's first cousin.
      • one's grandparent's first cousin.
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    second cousin once removed
    DEFINITION
    1. a child of one's second cousin.
      • one's parent's second cousin.

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    third cousin
    DEFINITION
    1. a child of one's parent's second cousin.
     
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