I've come to realize I disagree with some fundamental design decisions around my home. Why don't freezers get a light too? Why are desks still built to be handwriting height instead of typing height?
Why do I have to pour little measured amounts of soap into my washing machine each time instead of having a reservoir I just keep full? If it can work for windshield washer fluid, it can work for laundry.
Speaking of washing, why do I have faucets with dials instead of buttons when I only ever want one of exactly three options: as cold as possible, as hot as possible, or comfortably warm for soaking myself in.
And why do both my stove and microwave think I want them to also be clocks? Timers, maybe, but not clocks. And especially not clocks that are baffled by daylight savings time.
And fitted sheets? Why do I keep buying sheets I can't fold? (Though I guess I'm part of the problem there.)
I may have officially become a design curmudgeon.