That aside, I also loathe smokers to the point of me avoiding them as soon as they start to smoke. However, if the situation is unavoidable, I usually cover my nose and mouth with either my hand or my veil (a masker also works, but I'm too lazy for that for whatever reasons)One of my pet peeves is when people tell me to do different things at the same time. I get confused as to which one I do first.
Wait.. you've met people who actually do this? (The ice cream part) because that's just seriously gross. :sYou mean I went around everyone's AMA asking them this for nothing because this thread exists? Damnit. I say this, it won't stop me from continuing to do it.
The crying laughing emoji gets on my nerves way too much and I hate it. Its not so much when people just use one at the end of a sentence because that's how it's meant to be used, I can't complain about it. HOWEVER! The... uh... culture? Of messaging where I live involves a lot of horribly grammatically wonky sentences followed by at least 6 and it makes me want to smash my head into the wall until one of the two becomes paste. Even worse is when something isn't funny and people just use it as filler.
Also when people are eating ice cream out of a tub or bowl and they dont eat all the ice cream of the spoon and put that gross foamy saliva covered layer of ice cream back in the tub.
Same here. Though at least if that happens you can politely tell people to quiet down (i actually did that once and the people listened to me and quieted down a little) And I also dislike people who smoke next to me. Blegh, nasty habit, but it's sometimes inevitable.I hate people who laugh loudly in public spaces, particularly when I'm tired/ hungry. Also if they have an annoying laugh.
The worst thing is when there's a group of them and they're in a horizontal line like some giant slow-moving barrier.• Slow walkers. I don't mind it if I'm not in a hurry, but also I walk fast, and if I can't get around you, I'd appreciate it if you picked up the pace a little bit.