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Topic # 190840 14-Jan-2016 11:35
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Hey guys.

Another bit of fun thread.

What's something small that really annoys you?

I don't mean small as in size, I mean something which may not annoy somebody else, but does annoy you.

Lately I have sold a couple of things on Trade Me, the buyers haven't responded to my E-Mails. This is something we all got annoyed at I know, but why the #%$# do people buy something and then not go through with the deal??

ARGHHHHHHHHHHH!!!!


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  Reply # 1844923 11-Aug-2017 08:39
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When people offer reasons or solutions in this thread.

 

I came here to have a whinge, dammit, not for a lecture. tongue-out





Most of the trouble in the world is caused by people wanting to be important. (T.S. Eliot)


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  Reply # 1882551 12-Oct-2017 16:52
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Westpac's online banking. When trying to make a payment, it seems to be 50/50 as to whether it'll let me enter cents, or just dollars. It also often tells me that the (pre-filled) payment date is invalid, then accepts it if I try a second time.

 

These issues are relatively new but have still been occurring off and on for a few months now; you'd think that this sort of thing would be fixed fairly quickly.

 

Edit: For the absence of doubt, this is occurring on two different PCs with different Internet connections, different operating systems and different browsers.


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