People Describe The Things That They've 'F**king Had Enough Of'
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We are all frustrated.

COVID-19 has been a part of all of our lives for the last two years now... it's okay to admit that you're exhausted and that you're completely over it. Those feelings are valid.

You've had enough? So have the rest of us.

But before COVID upended society as we knew it, there were plenty of things that frustrated us... regular things... like people who don't return shopping carts to the corral... and racism. You know the deal.

People shared their thoughts after Redditor BetterTomorrow11 asked the online community:

"What have you seriously fucking had enough of?"

"Applying for jobs and never hearing anything back. When everyone is just so desperate for workers."


It's ridiculous. It is so RUDE to leave people hanging. It's also demoralizing, making the job hunt even more emotionally taxing.

"When I'm not at work..."

"People. Working in retail has ruined me. When I'm not at work, I just want to be alone."


I'm with you – I do not miss retail one bit. Dark days indeed.


"These high ass housing prices."


The bubble is bound to pop at some point, right?




"Covid and its variants. It's exhausting."


Two years of this now.

Get the shot.

"Being a public health scientist..."

"Being a public health scientist with a PhD in immunology and STILL having people yell at me and tell me I’m wrong and have no idea what I’m talking about, including my own family. I’m having a great time."


I do not envy you or your position.

What a demoralizing field to be in right now.

"I don't really want..."

"Employers that don't give raises that keep up with the cost of living. I don't really want to find another company to work at every 3 years, but it's the only way to get a decent raise."


It sucks that this is so true. People make more money job hopping than they would if they were "loyal" to the company they work for.

"I'm surprised..."

"These a**holes who pull pranks on unsuspecting people for internet clout. I’m surprised more haven’t had their teeth knocked out."


Remember when Punk'd was on the air? None of that aged well and it's wild that there are people out there who have not grown out of that mentality.

"People not being able..."

"People not being able to tell the difference between facts and opinions."


Yeah... news literacy needs some bolstering. It's astonishing to see what happens in a society that lacks it.

"The world's undying need..."

"The world’s undying need for instant gratification."


Could you give some examples and please do so immediately?

"People not cleaning up..."

"People not cleaning up after themselves in stores. Obviously, I don't expect them to do the staff's jobs, but they should at least pick something up when they knock it off a shelf."


I concur. It seems as if people are getting worse and worse year after year.

And the list goes on and on and on...

There is no shortage of things that grind our gears.

Have some observations of your own to share? Feel free to tell us more in the comments below!

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