9 Reasons You Hate Everyone in the Morning

Most of us aren’t morning people. In fact, even if you do consider yourself a morning person, it is probably an acquired taste. It’s almost hard to believe anyone has ever been born a morning person and not had to force themselves into a chipper façade with the help of coffee and perseverance. Chances are that before 10 AM, you hate everyone. Why is that? It might have something to do with one if not all of the following reasons.

1.) Sleep deprivation due to last night’s impromptu Netflix binge. Was it a bad idea? Probably. Do you regret it? Not really.


2.) Long Lines at Starbucks due to the “Uh… Um… Well…” people. Let’s be real people, the menu doesn’t really change that often. And even when it does, you have time to read the menu and decide before you get to the counter. Just please, get out of the way of me and my venti latté.



3.) Nobody knows what a turn signal is for, and you find out that your driving skill is NASCAR level when you have to dodge and swerve aggressive minivans at 8 AM.

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4.) Radio stations that have all commercials and no actual music. You know exactly what you’re in the mood to listen to, and car commercials are not your genre of choice.

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5.) School traffic. As if experienced drivers weren’t bad enough, let’s throw some 16 year olds into the mix!

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6.) Trying to find a parking spot. As if having to drive to work or school weren’t bad enough already, now you have to circle the parking lot like a vulture ready to swoop down upon the first vacant spot you see.

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7.) Overly cheery morning people. They come into work singing and looking fully refreshed while you hide in your corner sucking down coffee through an IV.

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8.) Its morning. You really don’t need any other reason to hate everyone other than the simple fact that you could be in bed and you’re not. Just remember, lunch isn’t too far away now!

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Taylor Ledbetter

Author: Taylor Ledbetter

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