Pet Peeves. Everyone has them. Whether you admit it consciously or not, you still got them. Some people have more extreme cases, while others are just mere things. All in all, you're most likely bound to have anywhere from 1 to 100.
A few of my Pet Peeves are kind of common, then some range down into more uncommon things. Do note, my own pet peeves are more severe cases that once I notice it, it can actually make or break friendships and relationships
Spoiler:List of Pet Peeves
~ One thing that has always bothered me, since I was a child, are people who take multiple paper towel sheets and beging to rip them into smaller pieces to use. The sound of paper towels tearing causes me physical pain, and I will never associate (again) with anyone who does this. The same goes for aluminum foil, tissue, and toilet tissue. ~ Another is teeth. The first thing I notice from a person is their teeth. If you have a tooth that grows on top of another, or a gap the size of the grand canyon, it will be all I can focus on, literally, when speaking to said person. Now, I have no perfect set of chompers myself, thanks to an incident in high school where a guy hit me in the face with the seat belts metal piece, but still, I can't help but notice teeth. A nice set of teeth will instantly attract me to someone.
~ Hair. Ohmygawd. I can't stand when people have good hair and just let it get damaged and ruined by pure laziness. I understand if it's a guy since not many guys know how to properly take care of their hair, but I know a guy who blow dries his hair and it always looks great. And I admire that.
~ Hands. If I feel you have weird, or ugly hands, you aren't *bleep*ing touching me. Also, it doesn't hurt to get a manicure once in a while now, does it? And that goes to men and women alike
~ Shoes. This one is more superficial than anything else, but it really bothers me when people have like, that one or 2 pairs of shoes they constantly wear. I like when men and women have a variety of shoes. Like formal shoes, casual shoes, trainers, and nice shoes if you plan on going somewhere kind of nice, but don't have to be formal. If a person has like one or two pairs, I try very hard to not focus. But the visual aspects of certain shoes put me off dramatically.
~ Being skinny. Some people can't help it. I for one, am one of them. I eat like a fat sack of crap, but don't gain weight. Hell, the only time I ever weighed 110 was about 4-5 years ago. But I'm talking about skinny to the point where your arms look like oodles of noodles and you can practically see every rib and bone. It grosses me out. And I feel like I would tear the poor person's skin off by simply poking them. I sadly go out of my way to avoid touching the few friends I have who are that skinny. :c
~ People who torture animals. This needs no explanations.
The list can go on and on, but I don't want to be here all day lol How bad are yours?
Thread Recap (last 10 posts from newest to oldest)
Dec 08, 12 at 10:41pm
When people talk over the top of each other, especially when it's more than 2 people. Sooner or later, I just walk away because I literally get exhausted of listening to people talking. It's even worse when 2 people are talking to me at once, and then my sentences get jumbled up. I will literally say "shut up, one person at a time". I can't stand it. >.<
People who like their own stuff on Facebook. Yes Whelan, I see when you like your own comments. B|
And of course, attention seekers, people who are against everything, etc.
Dec 06, 12 at 7:13pm
"I'm not racist, but *racist comment*."
"no offense, but *offensive comment*".
"I'm not against gay people, but *homophobic comment*".
When people use that as a qualifier to then say some racist shit. Ditto for when people go "no offense, but" or any other bullshit *bleep*ing qualifier. Just say it. I'm not going to say "no offense" before calling you a *bleep*ing wanker if you're acting like one and pissing me off.
Nov 23, 12 at 4:37pm
I hate when servers in shops speak to a customer or a fellow employee in their own language. I think it is just so rude to not use English when your work environment requires English.
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