Things that annoy me, a runaway spider and foggy Melbourne!

Travelling on the way to work this morning and I saw a woman, not a younger person as most people would think, but a woman old enough to know better with her feet on the tram seat. I cannot begin to tell you how much of a pet hate this is of mine and maybe it’s a sign that I’m getting older but I hate it when people have no respect for things and take them for granted. And they usually leave the seat dirty for the next person (thank you) and then complain about the ticket inspectors’ fine.

Walking through the back of house at the Melbourne Museum and I saw the critter below casually walking in front of me, I was wondering if he somehow escaped from Live Exhibits or maybe he was a genetically engineered spider looking for someone to bite? Probably not 😦

And then coming home tonight, the fog in Melbourne was incredible, visibility was literally cut down to a bare metres in front of you making driving difficult I imagine for the people driving home 😦 It rarely gets like this in Melbourne and I’ve never had to drive through it…so far.


I’m in the process of collecting my thoughts for an insightful blog post which should be up in a few days…ideas take time, don’t you know? 🙂


About Japandaman
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2 Responses to Things that annoy me, a runaway spider and foggy Melbourne!

  1. So did you kill the spider or return it?
    And I live in Richmond and can normally see the city from my apartment, but not today. Caught a glimpse of the Eureka building atop of the fog this evening, but not much else!

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