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Pet Peeves

 

  • Chewing with your mouth open. I mean come one, we learned this growing up. We don’t want to see your food in your mouth so please keep it shut.
  • Slow walkers or people that stop In the hall. That’s a wonderful conversation you are your bestie are having but please can’t it wait until you are not blocking the entire flood of students trying to get to their classes. It’s always irritating when you are in a hurry and you are behind people who are just diddle daddling away at a very slow pace.
  • People who scuff their feet. Now this should just be common sense; you lift up your foot and put down the other. There is no need to drag your feet across the ground, you have legs for a reason.
  • The feel of chalk. Now surprisingly this isn’t based off other people. The feel of chalk is like something is scraping sand all over your hands and it’s just uncomfortable.
  • People who say they are on a diet while eating something unhealthy. We understand you want to be healthy but that is just too ironic.
  • When people add “No Offense” after they insulted you. That makes it a lot better I mean I don’t think your apology of “No Offense” is enough though, but still like no offense.
  • When you hold the door open for someone and they don’t say thank you. Here we are using our time to hold the door open for you and you don’t even acknowledge it, please learn some manners.
  • Slow Cashiers. This is just too much. We spend already 2 hours in the store and we are ready to go home and the cashier moves like a sloth. The only thing you can do is think how much faster you would be if you were the cashier.
  • People who interrupt. You are telling a story of some sort and you are just about to get to the funny part and someone interrupts and starts telling their story. Who doesn’t think this is annoying?
  • People who say “You know?” when they are explaining something that you don’t know. No actually. I don’t know what you are talking about, okay? Please explain it to me.
  • Lastly, people who have loud, open conversations. You might be reading and doing your own business and you can hear the people next to you talking about how their dog threw up the other day or something, and they even are yelling it. The person reading across the room doesn’t need to know that your dog puked, so please would you lower your voice.

There are many more Pet Peeves that I can mention but even just these few can make your hair stand on its ends.

 

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