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    For me it's when people get "your" and "you're" mixed up.

    Another one is when I'm trying to get off the train and people are barging in before I get a chance to get off...

    What are your biggest pet peeves?
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    People who walk slowly or just randomly stop in front of you, so annoying!

    Also people who take up more than half the pavement, corridor etc. Because it is just so important that all of their friends walk in one line ughh
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    (Original post by UWS)
    For me it's when people get "your" and "you're" mixed up.

    Another one is when I'm trying to get off the train and people are barging in before I get a chance to get off...

    What are your biggest pet peaves?
    People who spell peeves wrong in pet peeves


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    (Original post by davidguettafan)
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    Made myself look like a right muppet there
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    When you're in the library trying to study and a loud group of friends comes to the table near you

    Also, when people leave their rubbish on the tables in the canteen. So uncivilised
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    People who just seem to love to be offended. At the very least, you should have experienced whatever it is that's being talked about to be able to be offended, being offended on someone else's behalf is just you trying to take the moral high-ground so you feel like a good person.
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    Bad smelling people in general- especially when they come and stand near me on the bus/train
    bad breath
    People who walk slowly
    People who smoke in crowded places
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    People who talk about sex non-stop. Drives me up the wall - just shut up, no one wants to know where you put your penis/where you put people's penises.
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    people who complain about the size of Wagon Wheels. get over it guys. just buy two if they are not big enough ffs
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    People who drop litter, and people who hand out labels to others. Not the sticky kind of label, though; the figurative kind.
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    (Original post by ACJHealy)
    When I'm served champagne in a coup, they're just old fashioned and difficult to drink from. Equally, when someone buys prosecco and thinks that's okay:closedeyes:

    perhaps the military will drink some coupes of champagne to celebrate their coup

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    - When people with depression seem to think their mental illness means they must have a high IQ, because 'less intelligent people can't understand how messed up the world is'.

    -When people speak in a very self assured way, even in times when they are mostly guessing and have no actual idea what they're talking about

    -People who slut shame
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    When people moan that no one ever mails, texts them etc but when you do they just ignore your messages and then moan again that no one bothers with them ffs -_-

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    When people start a sentence with "Well technically"
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    People who use mental illness as an excuse and make it known to everyone.

    People who eat with their mouth full, especially things like bananas.

    People who are wrong and know but deny it but then complain about people who don't confess they are wrong

    People who complain you are on your phone too long yet refuse to get off theirs

    HYPOCRITICAL PEOPLE TO YOUR FACE URGH
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    When I see people write "definitely" as "definately" or "defiantly". It drives me mad!
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    When people are rude to people who work in customer service.
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    People who chew with their mouth open. It literally makes me want to rip my ears and claw myself. Also the sound of people kissing their teeth. It makes me feel like a sharp sword is going through one ear and coming out of the other. Finally, people who breathe loudly or snore.

    When these things happen in public, it makes me cry because I can't even

    EDIT: Just looked this up and according to Wikipedia is: Misophonia, literally "hatred of sound",[1] is a rarely diagnosed disorder, commonly thought to be of neurological origin, in which negative emotions (anger, fright, hatred, disgust) are triggered by specific sounds.

    That also explains my hatred for people sniffing, coughing and sneezing.
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    People who constantly moan
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    (Original post by LadyEcliptic)
    People who use mental illness as an excuse and make it known to everyone.

    People who eat with their mouth full, especially things like bananas.

    People who are wrong and know but deny it but then complain about people who don't confess they are wrong

    People who complain you are on your phone too long yet refuse to get off theirs

    HYPOCRITICAL PEOPLE TO YOUR FACE URGH
    I know, I prefer people to eat with their mouth empty
 
 
 
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