- Getting up in the morning before the Sun does. Totally not fair.
- Dust. Just dust. Where the heck does it come from, anyway? Especially dust on the baseboards --you'd think there was some kind of rule that all housework had to be done while you're bent at a 45 degree angle.
- The consistency of lattes. If you're going to charge me $ for a latte, you should make sure you measure the milk correctly (too much milk is NOT a latte --it's just a milky coffee), and please don't make my latte after making a chai latte --that chai flavor contaminates my coffee. I don't know how or why, I just know it does.
- The myth that before menopause you'll begin to skip periods. At almost-50, that sucker comes every three weeks, and it's basically hemorrhaging for three days. Definite dislike.
- Night-sweats. Really, I don't need to say more here, but I will: Three nightshirts a night is two too many.
- Insomnia before a stressful day. Why is it so impossible to get a good night's sleep when you need it most?
- Laundry. Don't you sometimes find yourself looking in your child's laundry hamper and wondering if the items were even worn before being chucked back in there? How can the hampers fill up that quickly?
What's unfair in your life? :-)