Horses have no idea what they are capable of. They are terrifying. I am so glad I was not born into a time period that used horses as its primary means of transportation. Everything about them is scary: those huge teeth, the way they can eat an entire apple in one bite, their massive kicky legs and, most of all, their complete inability to understand the damage they can cause with them.
2. Dakota Fanning
Dakota Fanning also has no idea how terrifying she is. And the
worst part is not her crazy eyes, weird teeth or creepy laugh. She has
ruined my sense of suspended disbelief. I can watch a movie where all
the phone numbers start with 555 or where Tara Reid plays someone supposedly
intelligent (see Van Wilder), but I can't buy into the parallel
universe created where every child in every movie is played by this
3. Stories about when people don't get enough anesthesia and they feel the whole surgery but they can't move or scream
4. Purple eyeshadow
Purple eyeshadow is vile and should be outlawed. Now, you can write this opinion off as an extremist ranting of someone who hit up the Wet n' Wild lavender/lilac/violet trio compact a few too many times in ninth grade and is now forever scarred, or you can face the facts and acknowledge that purple eyeshadow's sole place on the market is to make drag queens look draggier.
5. Poor font choices
Comic Sans was cool when you first got Windows 3.1 in middle school and
you used it to make a cover page for your book report. Anyone who
still uses this font is insane. Perhaps I'm being harsh, but I think
we should put Comic Sans, Bradley Hand ITC, Lucida Handwriting and
Tempus Sans ITC in a box, pour some gasoline on it and light a match. The picture on the left links to a website that I recommend to all other font-haters.