Edea skates ($1,200 not including the blade) on Pre-preliminary skaters. I do not want to hear about how your 7 year old's feet hurt in "regular" skates. (EDIT for accuracy, and to honor a great company: Edea price range starts at $300. But I do see the high end ones on kids who shouldn't be spending that kind of money.)
A world competition costume on a skater who only competes at local ISI competitions. I don't care if you got it on eBay or MySkatingMall.com. Have some perspective people.
Pink blades. (Also blue, yellow, lavender. The white ones are cool. The gold ones, meh I dunno. Quit focusing on the product and learn to skate.)
K-picks, unless you're actively working on triple. Coaches who haven't trained in ten years and yet have new K-picks, get over yourselves.
Coaches in skating skirts while teaching. Not dignified, even if you've got a cute ass. (Especially if you've got a cute ass.) Just what are we teaching here?
Coaches in shoes, unless you forgot your skates, are recovering from a broken ankle, or are John Nicks.
Chloe Noelle. On everyone. Uniform not mandatory, did we know this?
Used tissue. Empty candy wrappers. The rest of the nacho cheese. It's called a "trash can."
Skates in the Lost and Found. Seriously, how does this happen?
What do you hate to see at the rink?