Submit an Idea

Wa are always looking around SF for more things, people and places to hate and make fun of. Feel free to send an idea for hating by posting your idea as a comment on any article on this blog.

Thank you in advance for keeping our hate alive.

24 thoughts on “Submit an Idea

  1. I hate:
    -People who litter
    -Texting instead of a phone call
    -People who put their feet on seats (Muni, Bart, benches, ect)
    -People who wear shoes in the house after walking through the disgusting streets of SF
    -People who complain about Muni (yet they rely on it)
    -Girls who say like..like..like
    -SFers that don’t go to the beach because its too far
    -The people who wait in long lines at the Mission
    -People who eat tomatoes in March
    -Hipsters who receive financial assistance from their parents
    -Girls who stand around in clubs and don’t dance
    -Shitty beer, eg. PBR
    -The men of SF
    -The endless packaging of trader joe’s
    -Instagram and FB
    -Couples who PDA in group settings
    -Women who complain about their boyfriend
    -Men who walk tiny dogs
    -People who don’t make their own coffee

  2. Your blog is necessary, I wish I’d known about it sooner. You may very well want to spell San Francisco correctly in the header.

    I will be scouring your site and picking up pointers. I have one too where I used to rant but now stick to political cartoons and the odd joke.

  3. I have been living in SF for a year now and can’t agree more with you. I’m impressed of seeing many of my thoughts reflected in your blog. Big congratulations. Hit me up for a beer soon.

  4. Unintentional social commentary at its finest. Although in hindsight, this might be cold, calculated genius. Just drink it in, there is so much going on in the clip if you know what to look for.

      • I know, right? Let’s go be cool and hang around other people, BUT FIRST let’s physically cut our senses off from the outside world AND THEN we’ll refuse to even acknowledge, let alone interact with other human beings! – which is ostensibly why we’re there in the first place, or is it? You couldn’t have scripted a better illustration of the things you’ve been blogging about.

  5. I grew up in the marina, left, and came back. The good part is the beach, weather, walking, cameltoes, and staring at women who are trying to pretend you do not exist, just to make them get off their high horse (and see which shade of black/grey their frigging yoga pants are since it appears to be illegal to have color). Your site is golden and as i was reading it realized you think just like i do. I went to the dark side by living her so long that I take political incorrectness to new extremes. Yea, i am the guy that everyone gasps at in a group but then when solo they admit agreeing with. And skinny jeans, WTF?!? The men here already look too feminine to start, and for gods sake take that damn bike lock out of your back pocket bitch!
    Anyway… nice site, lol. If you ever want to get together for a beer would love to meet you, sometime feels lonely out here with all the clones. -Greg

  6. Born and raised in San Francisco. I suspect I entered the world with hate due to my first photo at a few days old. Wearing a scowl and all fingers clenched except the middle one standing tall and proud. This precious photo sealed in a locket bracelet, a cherished gift from UCSF Hospital. The hate grew as I did, as if it became a body part. Physical growth (except fat chance) stopped but hate continued blooming.

    I remain in this city despite utter disgust. I am unable to leave…just as a narcissist must feed off compliments a hater feeds off, er, hating. The hater thrives well in San Francisco. The sheep here are almost as individual as snowflakes, maybe more like My Little Pony – various color combinations, glitter and joyful ass stamps. Rotating around me, gliding up and down. Glittery asses would only be on a carousel in San Francisco with a dido as the center pole.

    Currently I am mingling in the yoga scene, preferably hot yoga after a long day at the office and a massive burrito with extra beans and cheese washed chased with 40 ounces of Miller High Life. Then letting it rip and bake from the front row as I stumble and groan, all for a special few selected from out of all the great people of this fine city to experience for the next hour.

    • Exhilarating summary of your day. I am yet to take one yoga class, and I feel I must to have more credibility when talking shit about all things yoga. Without ever going, thought, I can imagine that no bikram heat can melt a cuntface into any kind of warmth and friendliness. I shall find out soon whether that’s correct.

      • Nothing can melt a cuntface toward warmth and friendliness. Not even her own children. The right jewelry might do it, but that might be an act to manipulate the giver to feel that is the only way to please her.

  7. How do i send you ideas? I have some good ones but it wont copy and paste in the comments. If you want i can email it to you, lmk.

  8. Hi, impressive collection of thoughts. I was born in SF and have spent most of my life here and it didn’t always suck but it sure does now! One thing that burns me is that with all the changes the City has lost its liberal leaning but still likes to act like its the most leftward place. During the rump to the election I saw zero political billboards just useless tech app ads. Cross just as mall ways to Oakland and its empowered. Billboards, thoughtful and incomes people and people who get out and show it in numbers SF only sees during Pride or Bay2Breakers. My main point is actually the shrinking African American population in the City. One of the lowest in the country for urban areas its about 5%. Just slays me how these self worshipping people like to go on about how SF is the leader in progressive values while simultaneously kicking out all the blacks. Just another hypocrisy of this city that’s losing more virtue everyday.

  9. Hi, impressive collection of thoughts. I was born in SF and have spent most of my life here and it didn’t always suck but it sure does now! One thing that burns me is that with all the changes the City has lost its liberal leaning but still likes to act like its the most leftward place. During the rump to the election I saw zero political billboards just useless tech app ads. Cross just as mall ways to Oakland and its empowered. Billboards, thoughtful and incomes people and people who get out and show it in numbers SF only sees during Pride or Bay2Breakers. My main point is actually the shrinking African American population in the City. One of the lowest in the country for urban areas its about 5%. Just slays me how these self worshipping people like to go on about how SF is the leader in progressive values while simultaneously kicking out all the blacks. Just another hypocrisy of this city that’s losing more virtue everyday.

    • Thank you for your message. There’s so much I would like to agree with and say in response. Among all these things, I would just like to add one thing with regard to African American population – not only did it shrink, but the group that’s left is not exactly a middle class. There is a severe lack of positive role models and examples here among blacks. All we see is projects. I wish we had more examples of successful black people in the area, like there are in Chicago, New York and the rest of the East Coast. This terrible segregation with hardly any black people in the financial district only perpetuates the problem. I’m not sure who to blame but the bottom line is not good.

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