What are you BAD at?



  • hud54014
    hud54014 Posts: 3,777 Member
    LuAtThTh wrote: »
    My freestyle rap needs work. I tried that recently and it was NOT good.

    This may be hard to believe, but my freestyle sucks too.
  • ythannah
    ythannah Posts: 4,187 Member
    Falling asleep, staying asleep, but also hauling my *kitten* out of bed in the morning.

    Directions and finding my way around. Then I second guess the GPS, somehow thinking I know better.

    Seeing the big picture, I get too fixated on detail. I not only can't see the forest for the trees, I can't see the forest for the veins in the leaves.
  • Kohanai
    Kohanai Posts: 169 Member
    snatches. so very bad.
  • randielizabethwatts
    randielizabethwatts Posts: 51 Member
    Trusting people
    Faking emotions
    Folding laundry within the same day it comes out
    Going with other people in the bathroom :D
    Keeping up adult conversation with 2 small kids at home
  • 81Katz
    81Katz Posts: 7,077 Member
    Keeping my mouth shut :lol:
  • FeelinFooFoo
    FeelinFooFoo Posts: 4,738 Member
    Finding perfectly ripe fruit. Gets me everytime.

    *dramatic sigh*
  • gophermatt
    gophermatt Posts: 129 Member
    Grilling chicken.

    I can do a mean steak, but chicken is my nemesis. My 13 y/o daughter calls it “Dad’s Frequently Edible Chicken” when I attempt to grill it.

    That, And not being an introvert around new people.
  • Mean_Spice
    Mean_Spice Posts: 279 Member
    edited July 2018
    1. Adulting (not so much bad at it just hate it)
    2. Socializing ( I do not like people)
    3. communicating (just want to tell folks to grow the flock up)
    4. compassion (Really, you want me to hold your hand, put your big pants on)
    5. Being a good husband (there is always room for improvement, even after 46 years)
    6. Trusting (I trust no one and always do a risk analysis when trusting others (family included))
    7. Keeping my opinions to myself ( if you ask for my opinion you will get the unfiltered version (see item 3)

    there are many more :-)
  • 81Katz
    81Katz Posts: 7,077 Member
    I always try to see the good in people, so much so I that I ignore the bad stuff, the red flags.
  • KosmosKitten
    KosmosKitten Posts: 10,476 Member
    • Determining whether my laziness is laziness or a side issue of long lasting depression
    • Being a good wife (whatever that is).
    • Taking care of Miss Daisy (that's what we lovingly nicknamed our old lady cat who is a complete priss)
    • Maintaining a consistent hair color
    • Blending in on a normal basis
  • StopTheGroundhog
    StopTheGroundhog Posts: 53 Member
    Small talk
  • Motorsheen
    Motorsheen Posts: 20,350 Member
    Small talk

    Well now, that's just a two word post.

    So I would say that this was pretty good start.
  • 81Katz
    81Katz Posts: 7,077 Member
    Stifling my feelings.
  • Motorsheen
    Motorsheen Posts: 20,350 Member
    81Katz wrote: »
    Stifling my feelings.

    but that's okay

    holding all of that down, that's why guys die of heart attacks at 50 years of age

    ..... not admitting that a puppy is cute can take years off of a fella's life.
  • mustacheU2Lift
    mustacheU2Lift Posts: 5,844 Member
    Working out at the gym...ive got wandering eyes
  • Motorsheen
    Motorsheen Posts: 20,350 Member
    Working out at the gym...ive got wandering eyes

    have you ever asked directions from someone with a lazy eye?

    it can be very confusing .....

    they point in one direction while looking somewhere else.
  • KosmosKitten
    KosmosKitten Posts: 10,476 Member
    • Personal organization; great at keeping appointments, but terrible at anything in which the onus falls to me to maintain
  • madwells1
    madwells1 Posts: 510 Member
    Fax machines and office phones. If I didn't have an admin assistant I would be useless.