When you order a salad at a restaurant and they bring it to you at the same time as your dinner.
People who scrape their fork around the plate.
Cutesy intentional misspellings: " lite" " kwik" " 'R " for are.
Bars where the music is too loud.
People who can't complete a sentence without saying "you know".
Failing to take a backpack into account when turning or backing into people
People that don't use coasters.
People who can't decide on one radio/tv station, and constantly flip back and forth.
People who always have to be right and have the last word.
Cats and dogs that are inconsiderate of their human's sleeping habits, and decide to romp, play, and destroy stuff at 4 AM.
When people put the spoons/forks in the wrong section of the utensil separator.
People who snap their gum.
People that wait until the last minute.
People who don't put two spaces after a period when they type.
The habit of tossing dirty silverware into garbage disposal part of the sink
People who brag about how trashed they got the night before.
When someone tries to talk to you when you have headphones on.
Piling up clothes in the corner of the room instead of putting them in the hamper.
Couples that own a dog together and call themselves mommy and daddy.
When you apply too much deodorant and you have to make a running-in-place type of motion.
People who read a story, and purposely skip pages so that it ends quicker.
Girls who wear
way too much make up.
Men who refer to "babysitting" their own children.
When coffee spills out of the top drinking hole of lids on to-go coffee cups.
Companies that outsource their customer service to India, but then those support reps don't have full access to all the needed info, so eventually they transfer you back to a manager in the US to deal with it.
People who constantly sniffle.
The use of redundant statements like ATM Machine or PIN Number
How commercialized the holidays are.
When a person makes a sucking noise with a straw when the cup becomes almost empty.
When people use the word "literally" inappropriately. I.e. "I literally almost jumped out of my skin."
People who are mean to animals.
Finding a shoe and not finding its mate next to it
People that don't list prices on websites, stores, and infomercials.
Barbecue restaurants with happy pigs on the sign.
Used grocery bags that aren't folded correctly.
Dogs running around on a flatbed truck, which is going highway speed.
People who don't move to the back of the bus when there is plenty of room to do so.
When you find a really cute piece of clothing on the rack and they have like twenty in size XS, two in size 3X, and not a single one in your size.
When the tiolet paper roll is backwards.
When you adjust the volume of the TV and the volume display blocks the subtitles during an important dialogue.
Whenever anyone says "Ya, know what I'm sayin"...
People who don't use deoderant.
People who assume far too much.
Guys who leave the
toilet seat up.
Snorting when you laugh.
People who refer to themselves in the third person.
Having a drawer full of unknown cords, transformers, adapeter, etc.
Not letting things go the first time someone says stop.
People who drink directly out of the milk/orange juice container.
Skinny jeans on men
Overuse of the word "Like"
People who stare.
When you're invited to a party (or any event) with people you have never
met, and the host doesn't introduce you to anyone.
In mini golf when you miss the hole three times in a row less than a foot away.
When shirts shrink in the dryer.
Sick people who cough near you.
People who write "Keep in touch!" in your yearbook but never talk to you again.
When people don't rinse their dishes before they put them in the sink.
People who say I can't, without even trying.
When people trip over your their foot in the hallway and start running to pretend like they meant to do it.
People who ride their bikes in the road when a sidewalk is right there.
Incorrect use of apostrophe's.
Clipping your nails at work.
When you are changing the TV channel and it goes black of a second before the channel comes up.
Having to use more than one remote control (one for TV, dvd player, cable box, TIVO, etc.)
People who no matter what relate to something you have done and try to "one up" you.
I hate it when people tickle me.
I hate tables at restuarants that are next to or in the direct line of view
of the restrooms. I don't want to look at and think about people going to the bathroom while I eat.
Using your finger as a gun.
People who write on dirty car windshields
Adware, spyware, popups, viruses and other things that download themselves and install automatically
Having to explain the same thing more than once.
When people don't flush the toilet.
Dining with a picky person (they can never order off the menu without customizing every aspect of the meal).
Grocery shopping carts with a bad wheel.
When there are no hot dog buns left and you have to eat your hot dog on a folded piece of bread.
Kids who tease dogs through a fence.
When other people sleep on my pillow.
Stores with TV monitors at the checkouts that play commercials.
When people say "you and I" when it should be "you and me".
People that interrupt you when your telling a story and then they continue to tell you their story and then ask you in an uninterested tone to continue on with your story when they are finished talking.
Drivers who make u-turns where they are not allowed to.
Clipping toenails in bed.
People who don't use their turn signal, tailgate, and cut you off
Athletes who point to the sky after scoring.
When the host/hostess at a restaurant totally underestimates how long a wait there will be.
When you genuinely ask someone what's wrong (when there obviously is
something wrong) and they respond half-heartedly, "hmmm? oh nothing..."
When people that say that they read something at a certain site but don't add the link.
Guys who wear wifebeaters (and nothing else for a shirt) in public.
People who don't accelerate fast enough at a stop light, especially if you're in the left lane.
People who throw cigarette butts on the beach.
People who spit on the ground and don't look first to see if anybody is around.
TV shows and commercials ads with ringing doorbells or phones, which make you into thinking the sound is coming from your house.
People who clear their throats in a disgusting way.
When someone is giving a speech in class and they won't stop looking at you as they speak.
People who go the wrong way in a parking lot.
Going to a restaurant within the last hour before closing and everyone is cleaning,sweeping and slamming stuff around to get out of their quickly and at buffet the food is gone or old and dried up.
People that realize that a lane of traffic is backed up so they go into the next lane over because it is moving quicker and they go up to the front and expect someone to just let them back over in that lane.
Not washing hands after using the bathroom.
People who stop right infront of you when your walking through town.
People who are stingy with money when they clearly have a lot of it.
Films censored and cut (for length) to be put on television.
When you open the DVD case and it is empty or a different movie is in it.
When something I've been into for a long time becomes popular.
People who chew with their mouth open
People who chat online (instant messaging) while I'm on the phone with them.
People who write "Noone" instead of "No one".
People who cook for you, and use the same spoon multiple times to taste what they are cooking while cooking it, like for pasta sauce or soup.
Men who ogle or whistle at women who walk down the street.
Saying "Let there be light" every time any light switch is flipped on.
People who use the phrase "110%" (or even more % sometimes).
Parents who plead with toddlers.
Women who use PMS as an excuse to be bitchy.
When you have an itch on the bottom of your foot and you can't scratch it because you have shoes on.
People who blow their nose at the dinner table or in the kitchen when you're eating or cooking.
People who don't know the difference between its/it's and they're /their/there.
People who say "Bra" or "bro" when it's not their brother.
Family members who do not talk to you for years, but when they need or want something, act like nothing happened.
When you're wearing a hat, after a while it feels like it's not there. When you take it off, it feels like it's still there.
Drivers who signal after they make a lane change.
Caps Lock in text or in email, when PEOPLE SHOUT.
When your spouse/roommate uses the butter to put on their toast, and leaves crumbs in the container.
Hearing classic songs that I grew up with...pimping products on commericals.
Men who talk down to women.
Being the first one at any party.
When people continue to stare after they ask you a question, as if they need you to expand more on your answer.
Hypocrites (yeah, you know who your are)
Drivers who tailgate.
People who spit when they talk.
People that do not flush the toliet in public restrooms.
Children's hand prints on the windows in car.
People who are always late.
Students who prolong class by asking the most inane questions.
I hate slow people walking in front of me.
People who talk about their favorite sports team and say "WE" like they are a part of the team.
Using the toilet paper down to the last few squares without getting a new roll
People sitting at a red light and continuing to sit there when the light turns green because they're on their cell phone.
People who eat while talking on the phone to me.
People who carry a one sided conversation
When you sit down at a restaurant and the waiter/waitress spends time cleaning other tables, when there are lots of empty tables, instead of taking your order.
When you score a goal on yourself in foosball or air hockey.
How opening any cheap electronic item these days requires cutting up your finger with cheap impossible to open plastic molding covering.
When you're with a group of people and you think nobody saw that you just tripped, and you think you're in the clear. But the one person who did see it points it out to everybody else.
Famous people name their kids stange names.
When you have to walk out of the shower naked because you forgot to bring a towel with you.
Improper use of the word ironic
Jerks who take up 2 parking spaces.
Mispronunciation of words.
People who push alcohol at social functions.
Cussing in public, especially in front of senior citizens.
People who can't wait to file a lawsuit in order to get rich quick.
Air Guitar. Don't do it. You look like a dork.
People who write checks during check-out. I hate waiting.
Finding the end of the program hasn't taped after sitting riveted for almost two hours.
When people cough in front of you without covering their mouth.
People who don't hold the elevator for you.
When men you don't know very well at all assume it is okay to call you "hun" or "babe."
People who act like they're in their own living room at an event (concert, ballgame, play, movies or a restaurant).
Sneezing in your hand and shaking someone's hand afterward.
In an obviously crowded restaurant, people who linger long after receiving their check.
When people refuse to be the decision-maker about something simple, like where to eat or what movie to see.
People who finish my sentences for you.
When people scratch their fingernails on a blackboard.
Taking forever to leave a parking space while others are clearly waiting for it
Kids with baggy pants hangin below their ass.
Utility/Cable service people that don't show up on time.
People who leave their pets in their hot cars in the summer.
People who borrow stuff and never give it back.
People who leave the door open when they go to the bathroom.
The creepers at red lights. You know, those people that start inching forward in their cars.slowly.until the light turns green.
Watching people put their contacts in.
Wasting food, like when a person takes a full plateful of food and then eat two bites.
People who drive past me on a crosswalk.
People who take forever to order food while I'm in line.
Babies sitting on laps in cars.
Pee anywhere other than in a toilet.
When I'm having a coversation with someone, & I'm in the middle of telling a story and some rude idiot comes walking up and starts a conversation with the person I'm talking to...as if I'm not even there!
Suburban kids who think they are gangstas.
Stomping on the floor to simulate knocking on a door.
People who are clearly unhappy and yet pretend like everything is just fine.
People who make small talk with a cashier when there's a long line behind them.
People who double park.
People who put their feet up on the seat in front of them in movie theaters.
When you bite into a jelly bean and it's a different flavor than what you thought it was.
When it's raining and you turn your car off before you turn the wipers off,
and they stop in the middle of the windshield, so you turn the car back on, the wipers off, and then the car off.
Anyone - male or female- who says "We're pregnant". Are they sharing a uterus?
People who can't seem to see any faults in their kids or their mothers.
Greeting cards that throw sparkles, sequins or confetti on the hapless recipient
Movie sequels that are unnecessary.
People who love to point out how wrong everyone else is while they are a walking train wreck
Dirty dishes in the sink.
Email with no subject.
Keeping your Christmas lights up until February.
People who put salt on everything without tasting it first.
Annoying nervous (forced sounding) laughs.
People who call but don't leave a message.
Tangled phone cords
A well done steak or burger when it was ordered "rare"
People who use their caller ID like an answering service. Example: "Hello?"
"Yeah, someone call me from this number?" "Umm, who are you?" "Who is this?"
"You called this number. Did you get a message?" "I haven't checked my messages. This number just came up". Etc..
Women who are obviously bottle blondes who still blame their stupidity on
being blonde, as in: "Oh, no! I'm having a blonde moment!"
The noise styrofoam makes when you rub it together.
When people leave the cap off the toothpaste.
People trying to enter an elevator when people IN the elevator haven't left yet.
The way people walk in flip flops.
At a restuarant, bread cut only halfway, instead of into slices.
People who invade my seat space, like on airplanes or in movie theaters.
Broken spines on paperback books.
People who refuse to expand their musical horizons.
People who tell you "Oh! You have to try this! It's the best thing ever!"
And when you do try it and it sucks.
When people change the TV channel without asking
People who let dogs that jump up on everyone loose in public.
People who don't perform their duties at work.
Not Washing Hands After Using the Restroom
Stores/companies that charge extra if you pay by credit card.
Paying a lot of money for a meal and getting a baby sitter only to have someone elses kids screaming.
Using speaker phones in public areas at work.
Retail clerks that ignore the live customer to help somebody that interrupts by phone
When the cashier gives you the change with the coins on top of the bills and
for a moment you look like a fool jamming a large wad of cash into your pocket.
Wet, dirty, stinky, slimy dishrags left in a heap in the bottom of the sink.
People who don't say "thank you" or even acknowledge you when you hold the door for them.
Trying to get assistance over the telephone, only to be directed to "press this number", umpteen times.
People who don't cash checks you give them in a timely manner.
When ice cream drips out of the bottom of a sugar cone.
Being put on the speakerphone without warning.
Bosses who think your job is your life.
I hate when restaurant staff starts clearing dishes away when not everyone
has finished eating -- leaving the one person at a table of four to feel bad they haven't finished yet.
People who overuse quotes from movies or TV.
When the string on the hood of your sweatshirt goes inside the hood.
Restaurants that have a no smoking section which is only several feet away from the smoking section.
People who blame anything but themselves for THEIR failure.
People who leave food that can spoil (milk, butter, etc.) out too long,
instead of putting it back in the fridge when they are done.
Drivers who won't turn right on red.
People who say "It's always in the last place you look".
People that tailgate when your driving.
People who interrupt you and direct the conversation to themselves.
Relying on someone else to take a picture because I want to be in it, and it ends up coming out off-centered and out-of-focus.
People who read the paper while driving.
Made up car names that are not even real words.
Getting behind someone that will not drive up to the speed limit.
When you ask for LOTS of ketchup and they give you only two or three packets.
People who use unnecessary abbreviations, like w/e (whatever), w/o (without) and j/k (just kidding).
People who smoke right outside the door of a nonsmoking establishment, getting smoke all over everybody who enters/leaves.
Dog poop on the sidewalk.
People that make tons and tons of noise while working out.
When you pull a string hanging from your shirt and it doesn't break, but
only becomes longer.
When you can't tell if someone is male or female.
When you're eating candy and someone asks if they can have a red one.
People who say, "Goddamnit" or "Jesus Christ" when they're angry.
People with bad table manners.
When a fine crevice is made in a hard candy that eventually cuts your tongue.
When someone blows their nose in your presence and then proceeds to look at what just filled their tissue/handkerchief.
Mumbling, then annoyedly saying "Forget it!" when people don't hear you.
People who people park a shopping cart in the middle of the aisle in
Wal-Mart or grocery store, blocking the way for others and then walking away to gather items.
People who whistle through their noses while just breathing.
Vulgar talk at the dinner table.
When people saying 'supposebly' instead of 'supposedly'.
People who don't control their bratty children.
A dirty stove top. When finished cooking, all food particles should be cleaned off the stove.
When people don't leave the fan on in the bathroom and the air is clearly moist.
People who bite their nails.
Females dressed up but wearing elastic hair bands as bracelets.
Cooks wearing rings with their hands in food.
Talking and adding a dangling so...at the end of a declarative sentence.
Men who aren't bald and shave their heads anyway.
Humans that leave their pets with dirty bowls.
The over-use of "AmAzing" from observing the Grand Tetons to a cup of coffee.
When an ever popular best friend regularly horns in on personal spheres of influence like asking for phone numbers at first meeting so she can call and visit.
Anti-climactic ends to long lists.
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