I could go for a smart car in the city. Watching people try to park trucks and large SUVs here makes me nervous, anxious, and snarky. Nervous because I feel like they will scrape someone else. Anxious because I put myself into other people's shoes too often and put my own anxieties into their situation (this is tenfold on reality singing competitions and prank shows). And snarky because I immediately start becoming an jerkstore and talking out loud that they are idiots for having such large vehicles in a city with no parking and they Deserve to have this kind of annoying parking situation.
With that being said: -People who have enormous trucks or SUVs -Anyone who badmouths the First Lady by calling her "big butt Michelle" or "hoochie mama" because those people are ridiculously racist -People in class who answer every open-ended question a professor asks in class, and then try to talk over someone else when the other person answers before them -People who bring large dogs to bars, especially when the bars are loud, smokey, and/or crowded -Jennelle (I think that's how it's spelled) from Teen Mom 2 (subsequently hate myself for ever watching any of that show) -People who drive recklessly on roads with speed limits of 40mph or less. You are going to get caught at the same red light that everyone else will be caught at, but your weaving in and out at top speed causes the rest of us to get out of your way and makes us hope you burn up in a grease fire -having red/blue/green teeth/lips/tongue after drinking flavored drinks or eating cake -being born without perfect eyesight -having sweaty hands when trying to take a test or fill out a form -Steve Smith of the Carolina Panthers -Bountygate
Love the odd specificity of this list.
DC has one of those SmartCar rental programs where you can rent them by the minute and park them anywhere in the city when you're done. I love bombing around in those things, it's liked a jacked up golf-cart. Then again, it's the only car I really drive so I guess that makes the experience more enjoyable.
Also, where the hell are there bars you can bring dogs into? The only one I've ever seen was in Dover, NH (the Barley Pub), and it was awesome. Some of the places around here allow you to bring your dog if you're going to be out on the patio, but that's about it.
There are bars that allow dogs here, too. A few just in my neighborhood alone. I think it's slowly becoming a thing.
People bring dogs into bars here all the quacking time. It's allmost entirely neighborhood bars, though. Dog fights will literally break out. I don't like large dogs having to put up with smoke or crowds or noise, but I also don't want to have to awkwardly listen to an owner apologize while their dog's face is deep between my legs