My other blog, Things I Hate

January 26th, 2009 - 9 Comments

Guys, I don’t usually talk about my other blog, a comedy blog called “Things I Hate” (which I haven’t updated since July 2006). For some reason, I still get ~5 emails/week about it.

I started the blog when I was a disaffected college student, during which time I wrote hundreds of bitter blog entries about, well, Things I Hate. After being down for a few months, my friend Tim helped me restore it.

Be prepared — you might waste your entire day reading the thousands of rants (don’t forget to read the comments). Here’s the blog: Things I Hate.

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  1. Ha! Quite a hoot browsing through it on my lunch hour. I do have to disagree with you on a few points (corsets are indeed very hot) but it was fun to read some rants.

    By the way, I never thought one man could be so obsessed about ironing and wrinkles. OCPD maybe? ;)

  2. That’s the trouble with the Internet… our foibles and tantrums never die.

    Don’t sweat it… There is some stuff from Usenet from me in the early 1990s that I’d cringe to read now.

  3. Ramit,
    loved, loved, loved the blog. Now please go update and rant about people who reuse a word to show emphasis!
    I found myself laughing and agreeing with most every rant.

  4. Minor complaint but if you encourage readers to check out the comments section please take a few minutes to delete the long spam comments.

  5. Did your friend Tim really help you restore it or was that just something to plug his website? :p

  6. I like it. Complaining is usually considered counterproductive – but my site designed to support many users making the same kinds of complaints – only specifically directed towards US experiences getting ripped off by credit cards, financing schemes and general corporate schlock.

    I encourage anyone to submit. Your article goes through an editing process before it’s posted, but after simple registration, anyone can submit.

    -Tobin Brogunier, Publisher
    Creditland.org

  7. I read that entire thing like 2 years ago, and I still want to know how your mom cuts onions, and whether you took my advice and stopped buying fitted sheets. Fitted sheets are the worst! Buy two really big flats! Please update that blog. I will give you $1.

    AC