Pet peeves that people perpetuate!

MSO

Well-known member
Yeah I know, I'm an alien, or just Dutch :tongue:

Well I feel it's effect in both houses actually..
I'm married with a Jupiter singleton with Saturn in his second house :lol:

I'm utterly shocked. :surprised:
 

Rebel Uranian

Well-known member
Everyone is specia- Ugh I can't do it...

I don't think anyone's chart is special but my own.

All of my planets are in aspect pattern. That's special. And the plurality of my midpoints are conjunct each other (and therefore in partile hard aspect to Pluto.) That's special too. The chart might not be special but it has some special things on it. :innocent: :)devil:)
 

MSO

Well-known member
All of my planets are in aspect pattern. That's special. And the plurality of my midpoints are conjunct each other (and therefore in partile hard aspect to Pluto.) That's special too. The chart might not be special but it has some special things on it. :innocent: :)devil:)
Lol eveyone is special.

And by relation... no one is.
 

Drowzy_Shooter

Well-known member
EEEEEEEEEEE Jupitur in 7th seems nice, I wish I had some signs in the 7th!

I have a Jupiter in the 7th, which is ruled by Aquarius. I'm a little worried, because from what I've heard, personal relationships will either have a great affect on my life, or a really awful one..... Jupiter is my only seventh planet house, btw.
 

MaeMae

Banned
certain trite phrases peeve me ~ overused and not always truthful, such as:
"no worries"
"it's all good"

also, when T.V. newscasters mispronounce "Oregon."
It's pronounced "Ory-gun"
Not "Or~uh~gone"
 

Love2Know

Well-known member
Yeah I am the worst for slaughtering words, in french and english and upsetting everyone especially the Quebec french clients lol cuz (hyper sensitive about their language which has a lot of stolen english words in it) my english accent is so thick :(((((((((( Tabarnak
 

sequestra

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certain trite phrases peeve me ~ overused and not always truthful, such as:
"no worries"
"it's all good"

Lol! I use both of those, but I'm Australian, Jupiter-dominant and I generally mean them. I have to get out of the habit of calling things I find demented "gay", though. I was brought up hearing peers incessantly use it, and I myself often slip it out unconsciously in speech. Really bad habit - I dislike it immensely when I hear it used by others and exponentially more when I hear it coming from myself.
 

Claire19

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My biggest pet peeves about Sun signs.

Aries are somehow seen as intelligent. :surprised:

Taureans are somehow seen as useful. :lol:

Gemini make sense. :w00t:

Cancers are good friends. :crying:

Leos care about others. :unsure:

Virgos are clean people. :andy:

Librans make good lawyers. :pouty:

Scorpios are actually deep. :annoyed:

Sagittarians have a clue what they're talking about. :w00t:

Capricorns have a soul. :rightful:

Aquarians like change. :pinched:

Pisces are.... anything. :ninja:


All in good fun :love: But seriously... Scorpios aren't deep. :w00t:
Well Scorpios are deep but may even hide it from themselves..:lol:....We ae quoting sun signs only and generalising.
Aries are often very bright as it rules the brain matter but selfish.
Taurus like to be useful and materialistic, also a user.
Gemini is also bright but can be schizo.
Cancer is nurturing but can be clingy.
Leo is compassionate but vain as well.
Virgo strives for perfection and can be germ phobic.
Libra mediates and wants equality, also can be indecisive, sits on the fence.
Scorpio is devious but a survivor..
Sagittarius is a curious truth seeker but can make false promises.
Capricorn is authoritarian and can be ruthless. I dont get the soul bit, we all have them..:lol:
Aquarius break the rules, also the mad genius.
Pisces are non discriminating and addicted.

More generalisations but more accurate......:smile::smile:
 
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Claire19

Well-known member
certain trite phrases peeve me ~ overused and not always truthful, such as:
"no worries"
"it's all good"

also, when T.V. newscasters mispronounce "Oregon."
It's pronounced "Ory-gun"
Not "Or~uh~gone"
I particularly dislike ""whoa to go"", when it should be ""go to whoa"". Perogative when it is prerogative..
Also ""ïn back of"" and ""Ï could care less"" just the opposite of what is really meant "I could not care less"" You Americans!!!!:smile::smile:
 

MaeMae

Banned
I particularly dislike ""whoa to go"", when it should be ""go to whoa"". Perogative when it is prerogative..
Also ""ïn back of"" and ""Ï could care less"" just the opposite of what is really meant "I could not care less"" You Americans!!!!:smile::smile:

I know we Americans take literary liscense whenever possible. It's our "inside" foreign language. Ain't right but it's true.
My lingo? "I don't give a f**k, "
and of course, the most impressive showstopper of all time..."whatever!"

okay ~ more verbal peeves...
"expresso" instead of espresso
"orientated" instead of oriented.
and, likely my biggest peeve?
"nip it in the butt" vs. the appropriate metaphor,
"nip it in the bud."
but not to worry ~ with the out of control influx of mexican's into US, we'll all be speaking spanglish in 10 years.
 
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MSO

Well-known member
Well Scorpios are deep but may even hide it from themselves..:lol:....We ae quoting sun signs only and generalising.

More generalisations but more accurate......:smile::smile:

Oh boy you're right! unfortunately you're in the hum
or section ;)
 
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