Despite having access to pretty much any answer I want (thanks internet!), higher education, and a little life experience, there are some things I still just do not understand. In no particular order, this includes:
so many women talk on the phone while in the bathroom.
At my former job, it was a daily occurrence to go into the women's restroom at work, and hear someone in a stall chatting away without a care in the world. Like, in the stall. While they went to the bathroom. I don’t
understand this. Surely your job is not so overwhelmingly demanding that a bathroom break is the only time you have to talk on the phone. If it is, I would suggest perhaps looking for a new job. This just seems icky.
you can’t divide by zero.
I hate this rule. Almost as much as I hate probability. Dividing by zero should equal zero. Just like multiplying. This rule seems completely arbitrary and made up (not unlike most of math).
3) The directions "Continue On"
I want to be told go right, straight, turn left, or something actually
directional. I don’t understand what “continue on” means. If the street I'm on turns into another street, can't you just say that? Continue on is vague and a little condescending.
4) How there are people who don't drink coffee in the morning.
I can actually sort of understand the preachy, vegan, "my body is a temple and I don't ingest chemicals, stimulants, or anything else fun," folks who don't drink coffee. But, for the rest of you, "I don't really like it, I'll just have some tea, thanks," people I have a question. How do you start seeing straight in the morning? Seriously. How? And please don't tell me I am addicted or have a dependency. I do. I know this. But I at least have a coping mechanism for the morning. If you don't have coffee to look forward to - what is your motivation for getting out of bed before 10:30??
5) When someone emails me, asking me to call them
mean, if you want to talk to me on the phone, call me, and if I don’t answer, leave a message and I’ll call you back.
Or email me, and I’ll email you back. Personally, I am of the school of thought
that you respond to correspondence in the same medium that it was initiated. Texts beget texts, phone calls beget phone calls, and if you're talking to someone to their face, here's hoping they respond in person. Communication
is so weird today.