Ah, summer time. We wait a whole year for it to come along and then it's gone again in a flash. You'd think we'd appreciate every moment of sun we get, but instead there are several things we all love to hate about it.
Here is the top 10. Feel free to tell us your own on Facebook.
10. Being stuck in work.
There's nothing like a beautifully sunny day. Birds are singing, children are playing and ice cream vans are delivering cheer to the doorstep. Not your doorstep though, because you're stuck in work getting increasingly sweaty and wondering what you did to deserve such a fate.
Yes, it is lovely outside, but you'll not experience it today.
9. Rainy weekends.
While being stuck at work all week while the sun is shining can grind you down, the hope of the weekend approaching is always there to brighten your spirits. Just think of the fun you'll have, the parties you'll go to and the BBQs you'll host.
It's Friday, it's 5:30 and you're excited. Oh. And it's raining. Never mind, eh?
On those rare moments it's both sunny and you're outside to enjoy it, it's a great feeling to have that warmth beating down on your skin. Suncream up though, obvs.
Great until the next morning, that is, when that warmth has left a pale watch shape on your wrist and weird lines around where your shades were.
7. Other people's holiday photos.
Scrolling through social media, giggling at the occasional cat pictures and loving the incredibly engaging content from your bank, ahem. Then you see a lovely photo of your colleague and their family sunning it up on an exotic looking beach.
They look like they're having a great time, and you hate them for it. They'll probably tell you all about it when they get back. Yay.
6. 'That' friend at the festival.
The music's great, the atmosphere is fantastic and you're having the time of your life, until your friend has a little bit too much fun and you have to head back to your tent early to look after them.
You're not bitter at all. You definitely won't remind them of this every summer for the rest of their lives. You don't hold grudges.
5. Ice cream melting.
Ice cream is something you can only really eat in summer. It's too cold at any other time and, added to that, you'd look silly. Summer means it's tasty and practical, as it cools you down as you eat it.
Either that or it melts, drips all over your hand and leaves you feeling a bit sticky for the rest of the day. See, it wouldn't do that if you ate it in winter.
4. Hay fever.
Those of us who have it envy those who don't. Those of us who don't have it wish the people that do would stop sneezing every 5 minutes and complaining all day long.
There are no winners here.
Going somewhere nice this summer? So are the thousands of other people in the airport who clearly don't understand the system as well as you do. Why don't they have their passport ready? WHY? What did you ever do to them?!?
Angry. Buzzing. Looking for a fight. Striking without provocations. Painful. Very irritating.
No-one likes wasps, and sure, they keep your garden clean, protect your flowers from other insects and are a very misunderstood creature, but can't they be misunderstood somewhere else?
1. Summer ending.
After spending the last few months complaining about how hot it is, wishing it would just cool down a little bit and longing for the need to wear jumpers again, suddenly summer ends and we can't wait for next year. Come back, summer, we're sorry!