Top Pet Peeves

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  • 76 Incredibly Accurate Pet Peeves That Will Drive. You. Nuts.

    76 Incredibly Accurate Pet Peeves That Will Drive. You. Nuts.

    Line cutters. Nail biters. Pole huggers. Slow walkers. Loud chewers. šŸ˜  Read More...

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  • The 70 Pet Peeves Almost Everyone Finds Annoying

    The 70 Pet Peeves Almost Everyone Finds Annoying

    From close talking to slow walking, here are 70 pet peeves that we can all agree are pretty terribleā€”and should be avoided at all costs. Read More...

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  • 65 Pet Peeves That Get Under Our Skin (And How to Know If You're Accidentally Doing Them)

    65 Pet Peeves That Get Under Our Skin (And How to Know If You're Accidentally Doing Them)

    Does loud chewing make your skin crawl? How about people who talk during a movie? These are just two of 65 pet peeves on our list of things that deeply annoy us. Read More...

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  • The 60 Worst Pet Peeves Practically Everyone Finds Annoying

    The 60 Worst Pet Peeves Practically Everyone Finds Annoying

    We all have pet peeves. It's just part of being alive and on this planet with other human beings. (Hey, people can be annoying sometimes!) And having less-than-tolerant opinions about that doesn't make you a bad person. In fact, a 2014 study in The Journal of Psychology found that whining can even make you happier, just as long as you're mindful about when and how you complain.So you know that you're not alone, keep reading for TK of the most common and commonly annoying pet peevesā€”from the mildly inconsiderate to the downright infuriating. While everyone has their own sensitive points, I think we can all agree on theseā€”because they're the absolute worst.For lingo that you really need to stop using, check out The Best Slang Terms From the 1990s That Aren't Cool Today. 1 Asking questions during a movieThe best way to understand what's happening in a movie is to watch it more carefully, not nudge the person sitting next to you and see if they have any idea what you missed. This goes for at homeĀ andĀ in the theater.For the one scary movie you need to see this year, check out This Is the Best Horror Film of 2020, According to Critics. 2 Non-apology apologiesSaying "I'm sorry you feel that way" is not an apology. Neither is "mistakes were made." The only real apology is when you say "I'm sorry" and thenā€”wait for itā€”stop talking. Adding an "if" or "but" or any other disclaimer is just making it glaringly obvious that your apology is anything but sincere. 3 Redundant hashtaggingThese can be so annoying obnoxious bothersome irksome vexing irritating. And they're also very 2009.For the most bizarre event you probably don't remember, check out The Strangest Thing That Happened the Year You Were Born. 4 People who don't wash their hands after using the bathroomWe don't want to hear arguments about how your hands are cleaner than any bathroom sink or why passing around a few germs is actually healthy for our immune system. If you've used a toilet, your hands need soap and water. 5 Spoilers (and people who get upset about spoilers)Listen, we live in a fast-paced media world. There are more movies and TV shows than ever before, and it's hard to keep up. Don't expect that everyone has the same free time for binging content as you do. Go easy on the spoilers, okay? As for the rest of you, you don't always have to get freaked out every time you stumble upon a spoiler! It happens!To see what the teen icons of the past are up to, check out The Biggest '90s TV Teen Idols, Then and Now. 6 Guys who bring their guitar to a partyHave you been invited to a hootenanny? Then fine, bring that six-sting. But if it's a party where people sip on adult beverages and have conversations with each other, nobody is waiting for you to play some Oasis or Green Day covers. "Gosh, I wish somebody would break up the monotony of this party by singing 'Wonderwall' right now," said no one ever. 7 Aggressive interruptersWe live in a society where most people think that what they have to say is fundamentally more important and interesting than whatever somebody else happens to be saying. This is not true. Believe it or not, you can learn a lot by listening to other people rather than just waiting for your chance to jump in with an opinion.For the mistake you're making every time you bathe, check out You're Showering at the Wrong Time Every Day, Experts Say. 8 Line drifters Those people who drift in front of you in line while you're not paying attention and then pretend they were there the whole time? They're awful. Even they know they're awful. But they think they're getting away with it, which is somehow worse. 9 Unsolicited recommendationsIf somebody asks you to suggest a restaurant or vacation destination, then by all means share away. But lecturing somebody that the lunch they're currently eating is nothing compared to the "hidden gem" of a restaurant you personally discovered, when such information was neither requested nor desired, is not being helpful.And for more trivia fun sent right to your inbox, sign up for our daily newsletter. 10 People who say "No offense"Nobody says this unless they just said something offensive and they want to backtrack so that it doesn't seem so intentional. You'll never catch somebody saying, "I sure do love puppies and cake. No offense!" 11 Chronic lateness Twenty years ago, at least you had a good excuse for being late. Today, everybody has a computer, a clock, a calendar and a GPS in their hand. You know exactly where, when, and how to get anywhere you're going. No excuses! 12 Loud chewing Chewing is one of those activities that doesn't need to be shared with an audience. Maybe consider closing your mouth? Or eating things that don't have the edible consistency of fireworks? We shouldn't need earplugs to dine with you. (Be advised, however: If chewing noises really get under your skin, you may be suffering from more than just a passing annoyance. You may be allergic to certain sounds.) 13 The sound of styrofoam rubbing togetherEven just writing the word "styrofoam" makes our skin crawl and our teeth itch. It's also terrible for the environment, so can we all agree to finally ditch this devil substance and be done with it? 14 Other people staring at their phonesWhen we do it, it's because we have important emails to read or texts to respond to. But other people staring at their screens, in any context, is just rude and inconsiderate. How dare they? What do they have against human interaction and eye contact? How did those zombies go through life like that? 15 Personal grooming in a public placeThis includes clipping nails, brushing hair, and applying makeup. Personal grooming should only be done at home, with the curtains drawn, in complete privacy. It is not an activity that requires or is appreciated by an audience. 16 Sudden stops in pedestrian trafficWhether you're on a city sidewalk or the middle of Disney World, slamming on the foot brakes can have a ripple effect to everybody around you. If you need to stop and take another look at the Disney map to see how far you are from the Magic Castle, or you just want to pause and look up at the big buildings, that's totally cool. But move to the side and let the natural forward momentum of the crowd continue on without you. 17 Close-talkers Take one step back, Tex. There's plenty of space for everybody to coexist during a conversation without getting so close that you can feel the other person's breath on your neck. If you think you're not being heard, speak up,Ā don't step forward. 18 Unprotected sneezesHowever you sneeze in the privacy of your own home is up to you. But when you're surrounded by other people and you feel a sneeze coming on, the polite way to handle it is by shielding your mouth and nose with a hand. 19 Over-posting Yes, your dog is cute. He was cute two hours ago and he'll continue being cute for the foreseeable future. We don't need to be reminded of your dog's inherent cuteness, or your child's inherent cuteness, or that you read an article in The New York Times and think we should too, or that you have opinions about the latest season of Stranger Things. Things that aren't posted online really do continue to exist in the real world. 20 Pushy vegansWhat you eat is your business. And similarly, what we put into our mouths is entirely ours. Believe it or not, we're already aware of things like slaughterhouses and heart disease. Nobody eats meat without realizing the risks. We're also aware of the risks of being a vegan, which is apparently becoming totally humorless and judgmental! (OK, in all seriousness: If you're vegan, good for you!) 21 Speech-to-text Please text clumsily with your thumbs like the rest of us. 22 Slow internet The internet is a miracle of modern technology. But suffering through slow connection is like dying a thousand deaths of frustration. How is it possible in 2020 that getting an internet connection faster than circa-2001 AOL can still seem like such an impossible dream? 23 Those people who push the button again even though it's already been pushedListen, it's already been pushed. The elevator or the crosswalk sign is going to do what it's going to do. Your magic touch will not be making anything happen sooner than it was already scheduled to arrive. 24 Using Internet shorthand in face-to-face conversationPeople who use acronyms like "LOL" or "OMG" in actual conversationā€”meaning, where two people are in the same room IRL and not conversing onlineā€”are not nearly as clever as they like to assume. Quite frankly, they're the intellectual equals of people who still think it's funny to type 58008 into a calculator. 25 People who hold up TSA securityUnless this is your very first time in the airport, you are well aware that you need to remove your shoes and take your laptop out of the bag and place all your items in a bin on a moving belt to be x-rayed. So why do some airline passengers meander through security like they're preteens begrudgingly doing chores? We've all got a plane to catch, can we please speed it up a bit? 26 Slow drivers in the passing laneThe left lane is for passing or for cars driving faster than anyone else on the road. It's not a place to cruise at 20 miles below the speed limit because you can't be bothered to get back into the slow lane. When even farmers on tractors are flashing their lights at you, it's time to switch over. 27 Formal social media departure announcementsTaking some time away from Facebook or Twitter is a great idea. What's not a great idea is making sure everybody knows your plans in advance with a grand declaration. It's social media, not jury duty. You're not getting a court summons if you don't update your Instagram tomorrow. 28 Passengers who fiddle with a car driver's radio Would you walk into somebody's house and start rearranging the furniture? No, of course not, that would be rude. So if you're a passenger in somebody's car, leave the radio alone. They're not interested in what music you think should be playing any more than they want to know where you think their living room couch should be. 29 Confusing memes with having a personalityMemes can be funny. But sharing memes is not a substitute for having a sense of humor. 30 Grammar correctorsIt's not that recognizing the difference between "your" and "you're" isn't important. It's that pointing out the error when it's not technically your job is always, always obnoxious. 31 Being gluten-free just for kicksFor people with celiac disease, a gluten-free diet is what keeps them healthy. But there are a growing number of people who choose to not eat gluten because it's fashionable. And they delight in making every social gathering more complicated with their gluten demands and fickle dietary restrictions. 32 Kids incapable of not being entertained for every second of every minuteNot every second of every moment for children has to be filled with educational or entertaining distractions. They can be a passenger in the backseat of a car without a device for ten minutes. It might seem like torture to themā€”and to you, if their whining gets loud enoughā€”but a little boredom will actually be good for them. 33 People who seriously think they're kind of a big dealNobody who is actually a big deal goes out of their way to make sure everyone around them knows that they're a big deal. If we don't already know why you're important, no amount of humble bragging is going to make us suddenly impressed with you. Just be comfortable with yourself in the world, even if that means your fabulousness is not being celebrated. 34 Oversharing medical conditions A case of food poisoning or what the doctor told you about that rash you've had for weeks certainly seems like important information to you, but to the rest of us, it contains details that are strictly on a need-to-know basis. And let's be honest, we don't really "need" to know any of it. 35 Dog owners who look the other wayPicking up after your dog doesn't just mean when other people are watching. Nobody wants to step in your dog's business because you couldn't be bothered to lean over and scoop it up with a doggie bag. If it comes out of your dog's rear end, it's your responsibility. 36 Saying "You look tired" Sure, someone might be tired, but, then again, maybe their face just looks like that. Don't ask anyone if they're tired, or sad, or angry. It's going to come across as insulting (and they might just have a resting sleepy face). 37 The word "literally"Roughly 99.99999% of the time the word "literally" is included in a sentence, it is literally being used incorrectly ("There were literally a million people at the party.") or redundantly ("The house is literally on fire!"). Please stop using it. Literally. 38 Bringing up politics just to irritate someoneIt's totally possible for politics to be discussed with mutual respect and civility. But if you're just bringing up the topic because you like seeing that vein throb on somebody's forehead, you're being unnecessarily combative. 39 People who call you "buddy" or "sweetheart" because they forgot your nameIt's okay to forget somebody's name. It's not okay to keep referring to them as "buddy" or "pal" or "big guy" or "darling" because you don't want to admit that you forgot their name. Sorry, but you're not fooling anybody. 40 Non-karaoke karaokeWhat do we mean by this? When you're at a club or bar where the main event is karaoke, singing along to your favorite song is not only appropriate but encouraged. But if you're at a party or driving around with friends and your favorite song comes on, that's not an invitation to sing every lyric at the top of your lungs. Let the rest of us actually hear it too, okay? 41 Single socksYes, we know it's one of the oldest stand-up comedy bits of all time, but it's legitimately infuriating. Where do those missing socks go? Is somebody stealing them? You search under every couch and cushion, but it's just disappeared. There's no point to hanging on to one lone sock without its companion! 42 When you lose something and a person says, "Well, where was the last place you had it?" This question always makes our heads want to explode. Seriously? That's being helpful? If we knew the last place we had it, it wouldn't be lost, now would it? This is as helpful as telling somebody who's gone bankrupt, "Maybe your money is gone because you spent it all." 43 A lack of outlets Modern times call for modern needs. Airports, libraries, public spacesā€”you all have to get better at recognizing that every single one of us needs an outlet. So why are there so few? And why are they so hard to find? Something in our bags or our pockets is always dying and we need power. 44 VapingWe don't care what you call it, if it fills our house with smoke, please take it somewhere else. 45 Unprepared coffee customersThe moment you get in line at Starbucks, you should have at least a vague idea of what you want to order. The menu doesn't change. It's not your first time here (probably) and you usually get the same thing. Get it down so the line can move in an orderly fashion. "Venti Americano, half calf, no room for cream." Was that so hard? 46 Not picking up your missed basketball garbage shotYou missed your garbage can basketball shot. Hey, not everybody can be the office LeBron James. But despite your brief fantasy, you're not actually on a basketball court and your "ball" is actually trash that needs to be disposed of. By you. 47 Loud arguersJust because you're louder doesn't mean what you're saying is more important or funny than anything else being said. Read the room and adjust your volume. 48 People who recline their airplane seats without warningDid you just forget that there are other people behind you and we've all got the same excessively limited legroom? When you slam back your seat, that crunching sound you hear is our kneecaps experiencing blunt force trauma. 49 Gum smackersYou're doing gum wrong. Gum is meant for chewing, not for being annoying. 50 People who stand on the leftThe golden rule of escalators is so simple, forgetting it should be considered a crime. Say it with us nowā€¦ Stand on the right, walk on the left! 51 People who explain your own point back to youSome people just can't stop themselves from repeating your helpful observation or great idea, just with slightly different wording. While this is especially irritating when it happens at work (stealing credit is very uncool), it's never a welcome response. 52 People who overstay their welcomeThere are universal signs for "this has been fun, but it's time for you to go." Clearing plates. Pointedly not opening up another bottle of wine. An exaggerated yawn. Don't make us have to tellĀ you to leaveā€”you're the one being rude, not us. 53 Food stealersIf you've ever flat-out ignored the label on someone's office food, you need to take a serious look at your life. But eating half of that ice cream your roommate bought but hasn't touched or polishing off your spouse's leftovers from your last takeout night is almost as bad! 54 Heating up smelly food in a public kitchenThe coworker who dares to microwave fish in office kitchen deserves to be shunned. 55 People who won't stop telling you that you have to watch their favorite showThe more you harp on us to catch up with 15 seasons of your favorite medical drama, the less we're inclined to even start it. 56 Misspelling your name when it's right there in your email addressCome on, man. It's an "ie" not a "y." Not taking the time to write someone's name correctly when you have an example right in the "to" line is just lazy, especially if you're reaching out to ask them for something. 57 Loud phone gamesLook, if you aren't going to pull your earbuds out of your pocket and plug them in, at least silence your phone. No one needs to hear you rack up your Candy Crush score while you both wait to see your doctor. 58 Clapping when the plane landsOnly acceptable when the ride's been rough or if the pilot's just announced their retirement. 59 Parties that are just requests for presentsWe're all very happy for your engagement/wedding/baby/new house/[insert life event here], but throwing more than one party for each thingā€”especially if you're inviting people who you already know can't attendā€”just feels like a grab forĀ stuff. 60 Overactive group chatsKeeping up with your friends' or family's random observations about life shouldn't feel like a full-time job. Not to mention the relentless buzzing. Read More...

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  • Study: Our biggest pet peeves and how we react to them

    Study: Our biggest pet peeves and how we react to them

    We asked hundreds of people about the things that bother them the most. See our results and discover whether or not you can relate to the most common pet peeves! Read More...

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  • How to Answer Job Interview Questions About Pet Peeves

    How to Answer Job Interview Questions About Pet Peeves

    How to answer "What are your pet peeves?ā€ during a job interview. Including what to say, what not to say, and examples of the best answers. Read More...

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  • Day 3: Top three pet peeves

    Day 3: Top three pet peeves

    Pet peeves or things that I find really annoying. I think in all the three below, the main premise is just to respect other people. I find myself annoyed and unbelievably frustrated that people thinkā€¦ Read More...

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  • Day 3: Top three pet peeves. Pet peeves or things that I find reallyā€¦ | by Seruni Fauzia Lestari | Seruniā€™s 30 Day Writing Challenge | Medium

    Day 3: Top three pet peeves. Pet peeves or things that I find reallyā€¦ | by Seruni Fauzia Lestari | Seruniā€™s 30 Day Writing Challenge | Medium

    Pet peeves or things that I find really annoying. I think in all the three below, the main premise is just to respect other people. I find myself annoyed and unbelievably frustrated that people thinkā€¦ Read More...

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  • List of 28 Common Office Pet Peeves [Worst of 2021ā€”Survey]

    List of 28 Common Office Pet Peeves [Worst of 2021ā€”Survey]

    Remember the last time your coworker microwaved fish? We all get annoyed at work. But what office situation is *the* worst of all? Thatā€™s exactly what we found out. Read More...

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  • What are the UK's Biggest Office Pet Peeves? 4Com Blog

    What are the UK's Biggest Office Pet Peeves? 4Com Blog

    We have little things that annoy us at work; from irritating habits to smelly lunches, but which are the most common office pet peeves? Find out, here. Read More...

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  • The Top-10 Pet Peeves That Swimmers Carry Into the Pool

    The Top-10 Pet Peeves That Swimmers Carry Into the Pool

    With the swimming territory comes unspoken codes of conduct that can make your blood boil when broken. Here are 10 pet peeves all swimmers can relate to Read More...

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  • The 7 Top Workplace Pet Peeves That Destroy Productivity | Career Contessa

    The 7 Top Workplace Pet Peeves That Destroy Productivity | Career Contessa

    We're talking pet peevesā€”like the coworker who loves to reheat fish in the microwave, the coworker who constantly speaks over you, or how your boss micromanages you to your breaking point. What are your pet peeves at work? Career advice for women, Best careers for women, Career tips for women Read More...

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  • Top 5 Business Telecommunications Pet Peeves | RingCentral

    Top 5 Business Telecommunications Pet Peeves | RingCentral

    Youā€™re in the office peacefully trying to work, but that unanswered, ringing phone is stopping you. Do you calmly shut the noise out? Grind your teeth and Read More...

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  • Biggest Meeting Pet Peeves | Igloo Software

    Biggest Meeting Pet Peeves | Igloo Software

    Biggest Meeting Pet Peeves At its most fundamental level, the office plays an integral part in an infinite number of industries. It exists as a nexus ... Read More...

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  • Biggest Meeting Pet Peeves | Igloo Software

    Biggest Meeting Pet Peeves | Igloo Software

    Biggest Meeting Pet Peeves At its most fundamental level, the office plays an integral part in an infinite number of industries. It exists as a nexus ... Read More...

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  • 20 Biggest Pet Peeves When Travelling

    20 Biggest Pet Peeves When Travelling

    Travellers fill us in on their biggest pet peeves whilst backpacking... Read More...

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  • 20 Biggest Pet Peeves When Travelling | St Christopher's Inns

    20 Biggest Pet Peeves When Travelling | St Christopher's Inns

    Travellers fill us in on their biggest pet peeves whilst backpacking... Read More...

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  • 22 Office Pet Peeves That Drive You Nuts

    22 Office Pet Peeves That Drive You Nuts

    You know those little things that get under your skin and drive you crazy in the office? We've pulled 22 of them together in this pet peeves list. Read More...

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  • Revealed: Top 10 biggest bathroom pet peeves

    Revealed: Top 10 biggest bathroom pet peeves

    From leaving wet towels on the floor to clogging up the shower drain, new research has uncovered the bathroom behaviours which annoy Brits the most. ļ»æ Read More...

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  • Top 10 Bathroom Pet Peeves

    Top 10 Bathroom Pet Peeves

    From leaving wet towels on the floor to clogging up the shower drain, new research has uncovered the bathroom behaviours which annoy Brits the most. ļ»æ Read More...

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