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    Tell it straight to their face
    3
    21.43%
    ***** about it behind their backs
    2
    14.29%
    Tease them about it on your own/with friends
    0
    0%
    Ignore it and get on with life
    4
    28.57%
    Discuss it with them/help them get rid of the fault
    2
    14.29%
    I deal with every situation differently
    3
    21.43%

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    There are just some people that really annoy you for some reason or another, largely based on the fact they have some annoying characteristic or fault with them. Maybe it's their extreme negative views they take in life? Maybe it's the way they speak? Maybe they put on way too much makeup then complain when they don't get a bf (girls only)?

    So how do you deal with people who have an obvious fault with them, that everyone notices and everyone hates?

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    I remain quiet; it's their choices in life and I don't really care what they do unless it doesn't personally effect me. :daydreaming:
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    (Original post by InvoluntarySlacker)
    I remain quiet; it's their choices in life and I don't really care what they do unless it doesn't personally effect me. :daydreaming:
    Your sig.

    "They don't mean jack ****" - it's a double negative, therefore they do mean jack ****? Explain.
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    (Original post by Ben77mc)
    Your sig.

    "They don't mean jack ****" - it's a double negative, therefore they do mean jack ****? Explain.
    :hubba:

    First one to notice :congrats:
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    If its a mate, I would leave it. If it was a relative, like my parents for example, i would ridicule them till they listen like I am know, its like WW3 in my house. They probably will never listen because they think they know more. But at least I will receive the satisfaction of trying
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    (Original post by InvoluntarySlacker)
    :hubba:

    First one to notice :congrats:
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