Our friend Bella's pet peeve is dogs that lick her face. Addendum: If your family has a good sense of humor and they aren't sensitive types, you could also play a version of this game where you name one another's idiosyncrasies and pet peeves (believe me, they know more of your quirks than you do! Of course, this version is for advanced (thick-skinned) players only.
The spirit of vagabondage and the romance of the open road were at their height in 1914, the year when Laurie Lee was born.
He believed that "the only truth is what you remember", although he sometimes worried about what he called "the censorship of self" and "some failure between honesty and nerve".
Access to a lyrical language gave him just the right balance he needed to record what had happened to him.
When playing a new word game, you want everyone to participate and not feel like they are going to be judged, ridiculed, or teased (so no judging, ridiculing, or teasing). Pet Peeves and Idiosyncrasies Pet Peeves and Idiosyncrasies is a favorite game at the David household; we never get tired of playing it (perhaps because we have so many of both! It's fun to have your family debate the subtle difference.
What my teenager will play now at the table has shifted since she hit the oh-so-pleasant "I refuse to cooperate" age of fifteen.
My daughter Romy wants me to include her pet peeve here but I hope it won't confuse you because this one actually crosses the line between the two: She doesn't like it when people make dents in their pile of ketchup on their plate.
"It would be very different for me, and it's something that I've never experienced." Photos: How Larry David Earned Your Enthusiasm• David says he's unlikely to ever get married again. "My wife got half of it, the whole thing is ridiculous, and yet people are obsessed with the fact that I've made millions of dollars [from 's] syndication . Jerry's not getting asked about how much money he has. It comes down to, ' Jerry deserves it, he starred in it, you got lucky!
Piper Laurie (born Rosetta Jacobs; January 22, 1932) is an American stage and screen actress known for her roles in the films The Hustler (1961), Carrie (1976) and Children of a Lesser God (1986), all of which brought her Academy Award nominations.