I hate long-term projects. I'd already worked on a book for a university teacher that took me 2 years of designing and revising; now, there's a DVD that's taking me a couple of months, starting from last year IIRC. While these things do bring me a reasonable sum, I'd much rather take short projects for less, otherwise I end up too anxious.
I hate when you’re in the store and there’s someone standing next to their angled cart so they are taking up the whole aisle, and you can’t even ask to get around them because they are loudly talking on their phone.
I hate when my persistent cat is on her tear about something. She won’t stop. So if she decides she wants wet food not kibble anymore starting at 5am? She will do everything in her kitty power to keep mom awake until she gets it at 7. (I never feed her earlier than 7. That was one rec and it’s not working.)
I’m serious. The longest gap I’ve had between her shinanegains is 3 minutes. And it’s hard to catch and put her in the time out box. I’m about this close to setting up the dog kennel I have for long travel for both cats with a litter box, catbed, and food/water and making her sleep in that at night.