Mine is that I can’t stop taking photos, even the ones I don’t need…

#1

Too many flippin instructions. I just want to turn the tv on - instead I have to sort out the amp, the sky/bt box, sign into something, tell the tv I’m old enough to watch the show blah blah blah.
Don’t get me started on connecting the washing machine to the WiFi just so I schedule a delayed time wash!!!

Report

Kona Pake
Community Member
11 months ago

Your problem is you’ve got too many toys.

#2

Cell phones being used, while I’m trying to teach. They can be a great tool, if used appropriately, but they’re often a distraction. One biggest pet peeves is having a student put down their cell phone and then ask, “So, what are we doing?” Right after I’ve finished explaining what we’re doing. (Insert double rye roll.)

Report

Chiuki
Community Member
11 months ago

Now I'm hungry for a reuben on rye. Thanks, spell-check.

View more comments
#3

My dad is A master electrician and can’t even change my bedroom light blob

Report

Chiuki
Community Member
11 months ago

Don't blame dad, I stay clear of light blobs too.

View more comments
#4

Actually, a very simple one:
I only know where to find the turn ON and OFF switch...

Report

#5

I can work a phone like a genius. I can work our company programs just fine. But When it comes to my home computer. My brain goes. Uhhhhh nope. Understanding the ways computer system works is a challenge for me sometimes. And I’m in my 30’s and my dad builds computers for fun…. Sigh.

Report

#6

plugging them in

Report

#7

Planned obsolescence - it's bad enough that electronics are so expensive and increasingly neccessary, but this concept is bad for everyone and the planet, and only benefit the manufacturers.

Report

#8

Same

Report

#9

That people pay 1 thousand dollars for a phone. APPLE APOLOGIZE

Report

Thundernight
Community Member
11 months ago

American dollars?

View More Replies...
View more comments
#10

I have no desire to keep up with it 😕

Report

See Also on Bored Panda