(Original post by treasureBelle)
- People who swear (loudly), every second word on the bus. There's a time and a place for language like that, and I can understand provocation... but a general conversation with your friend?
- People who allow Facebook to take precedence over real life. If I go out to lunch with you, or meet up for any reason, I'd personally hope to receive more attention from you than if I just stayed home and logged on to Facebook.
It's just rude.
- Another Facebook one.
People who post constant whining, depressing statuses. A bad day, I can understand. But EVERY day?
Or, people who spend their lives on Facebook, then moan about not wanting to be updated about the weather/Jubilee/whatever.
Seriously? You spend all your time on the site, and you've not figured out how to unsubscribe from/hide peoples' updates that you don't want to see?
- Rudeness. The words "please" and "thank you" do not cost anything.
- People who cheat on their boyfriend/girlfriend.
I don't mind people wanting "experiences", or shagging around. I just hate it when they hurt their partner in order to do so.
- People who think that the ONLY way to have a good time, is to get drunk every weekend. Nothing wrong with clubbing etc, I do it myself. But it's not the only
way to have fun.
- Spoilt people
. (Yes, I know parents are to blame, not the child.)
Yesterday my aunt and cousins came to visit. My 12 year old cousin is on her second iPhone since the start of the school year
, because she LOST the first one.
Instead of replacing it with a £10 basic cheapie, my aunt and uncle got another iPhone for her on the insurance.
Aargh. Plus the fact that she acts like it's her right
to have a smartphone.
You're TWELVE! You use it to take photos of the cat, JLS in concert, and play Temple Run. Plus you've not been in our house five minutes, and you take out your phone to scroll through it because you're "bored."