At 11/21/12 12:39 PM, Provoke wrote:
A cat's meow, the most annoying thing out of a already annoying animal.
Cats are master race, what do you know?
People saying "that was a good movie" after watching literally any movie whatsoever, no matter how mediocre, unoriginal, predictable, or poorly written it was. This shouldn't really bother me that much seeing as how I'm not actually a movie buff, only a pseudo movie buff, but it does. Most of all with The Avengers, as I feel that it was an incredibly shitty movie that everyone, except me and a few people on IMDB, seems to like, some even calling it the best movie released in 2012, some going even further and calling it the best movie ever.
This annoys me too. Avengers was a really good movie, but it's not even near the best. Not even on the same map.
At 11/21/12 05:14 AM, Phobotech wrote:
People talking on and on and on and on about something I really don't or can't care about, but I respect the person enough not to insult them by saying "Yeah, I don't care" so I nod, and listen, and inside I'm just getting increasingly irritated, then all of my energy is devoted into hiding any indication that I'm getting annoyed, so I force a smile, and I prod with questions every once and a while to divert the topic.
...and then, in their constant yammering, they never leave an opening for me to divert the topic, so it goes on. And on. AND ON. And eventually I'm looking around for distractions to try and derail the topic of conversation because holy shit this is boring.
This. I have to deal with it everyday.
At 11/21/12 07:13 AM, VJF wrote:
That constant ringing in my ears at night that won't go away. Don't hear it in the day time, but at night, my right ear just sings and rings all night long. Sometimes it's so annoying that it gives me a headache.
You should get that checked.
At 11/21/12 08:52 AM, Earfetish wrote:
I hate it when chatting people or slow walkers block the pavement
This. So much of this. I don't live near any cities big enough for this to happen, but it happens in the halls at my school far too often.