Around here I write a lot about the positivity that blogging has brought into my life- seriously, just the product reviews, nail swatches, coupon sites, and recipes from blogs have made my life so much better. But there's this darker side...and well, I think it's rather humorous. Remember, to each his/her own, I mean no disrespect to ANYONE, let alone my true bloggy-friends.
-I hate chevron. There, I said it. In a moment of weakness a year ago I purchased chevron nail decals off etsy, and they just sit there. I think it's been killed officially, lets just let it rest in peace.
-I have cornered the market on nail polish and products. Those of you who have seen my stash will agree with me, I may have overdone it on the polish.
-I cook/bake way more than I share. Do you even know how much self control it takes to make something totally scrumptious, then have to slice it perfectly, style it, dig out cute serving plates, adjust the setting on your camera, take like 20 shots, adjust the camera again, all the while sending death rays to your husband who is relaxing and chowing down on said deliciousness? Sometimes I'm just too hungry to go through all that.
-I think Mason Jars belong in canning, where they were originally intended. My mom is an amazing cook, and obviously inherited that trait from her mom. They both canned. And as delicious as the jellies, fruits, vegetables, and sauces were that were canned, 'ain't nobody got time for that.' (Sweet Brown) I don't understand the whole mason jar craze- is it just me? Amidst all the gorgeous Starbucks cups, the Tervis Tumblers you can personalize, and other glasses, this is the best choice? Growing up when we visited my grandmom's house we drank milk out of mason jars-yuck! They're not very ergonomic, and warm your milk immediately.
-I like pretty dogs. Like German shepherds, like American Eskimo's, like black labs. I think pugs are the ugliest dogs ever. I'm sorry, I just do.
-I speak in hashtags. This may not necessarily be a bad thing, I guess it keeps me young? But when I speak to my generation and older, I find myself slipping up and throwing in "#winning", "#yum," and "#yolo."
Am I alone? Do you see things that are commonplace with bloggers that annoy you?