^ Twitch is on rant mode. Hahaha. Taliban's gonna have a bad day.
I adopted a lot of new pet peeves ever since I enlisted. Slow walking people (Yes my friends tell me to slow down because apparently they can't keep up with my normal walking pace now), Being in line longer than I should be (If you're slow, please don't check out of the self-check out counter), People complaining about the little things in their food (Too spicy? Why'd you get it, don't like some of the veggies in your meal? Please..), Bad drivers (The speed limit isn't a suggestion that you should go 10 mph below it), Loud, annoying, obnoxious, trippy teenagers (no acting like a complete goof in public does not make you cool, it makes you look like a...), And much like Twitch people who complain about random things in life that doesn't seem to be that big of a deal like failing a class (well if you probably didn't party all night you'd probably pass), complaining that they are getting crappy service at a restaurant, store, etc (Hey I had to stay in line to eat a crappy meal in BCT and AIT while being out in the heat, rain, cold, etc) or complaining that your SO isn't giving you the love/attention/time and not seeing them or not hearing from them (hey we have to walk away from people we care about and not let it bother us to report for duty, it's not that easy for us at all)
My recent ones lately are people that complain about the weather. Hot? I wore full ACUs with full battle rattle carrying 155mm rounds back and forth about 100m to a gun line in blistering hot Oklahoma in the direct sun and doing fire missions all day. Cold? I slept in a hole with NO snivel gear or gloves WHILE it was raining during one of our FTXs in BCT (Ok I admit I wasn't too happy with that one). People who complain about going to work or school real early (When I was in high school I don't have to be in 1st period til 0845, I have to be out in formation by 0430 and do PT EVERY WEEKDAY). My coldest one is probably people who complain about having a hard time losing weight. I'm guilty since I used to be fat but hey I lost 36 lbs since I joined the Army. I did all that in what? 4-5 months? People who complain about it and say it's hard to do so don't try hard enough. Run twice as fast as your comfortable pace and don't run on treadmills, go outside and run for miles til your legs feel like falling off, do muscle failure exercises twice as long til you can't even lift a penny, just work out til you feel pain all over your body. Hey I didn't know it was possible either. If you realized that at least you've learned it the easy way, I learned it the hard way with a DS screaming at my face while I try to push my last set of push-ups on a PT test (good times).
And I ended up being on rant mode too.