Do you want to do the dishes?
Would you like to take out the trash?
Well, NO, but I will do those things.
My boss says things like this all the time. 'Do you want to do x task?' Well, I don't WANT to, exactly, but as you pay me to be here, I suppose I ought to... I mean he's my boss, if he said 'Can you please do [whatever]?' Sure, fine, no worries. If it was a choice, like 'Do you want to do xyz or abc?' then that wouldn't bother me either, as it would be a legitimate question rather than an unnecessary one. He knows it annoys me, I think that's why he does it
A word that's been bothering me again recently is drug - used as a past tense for drag. NO. NO NO NO. NO.
The past tense of drag is dragged. Now, I admit, English is not exactly consistent with its tenses, but when I read a sentence like 'he drug his sports bag across the floor' I have to really think about what the author means. Did he give his sports bag morphine? No? Then the word you want is 'dragged'. This seems to happen most often in fanfiction but it's infuriating.