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  • babypook
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    Brain-washed people who dont think outside of the box, who use shills to try to make a point which is unprovable, has never been proven, and that no attempt has ever been made to examine without bia$.

    Ugh.

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    Boidiva02
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    OMG, I have to apologize for my post. I can’t believe some of the pet peeves I listed. I must have been in a terrible mood that day.  

    LOL… I must have needed to vent. sorry if any of those offended anybody.

     a new one:

    A co-worker of mine who constantly feels the need to put me down and make snarky remarks.  It’s like, Do I really need attitude from a 17 year old?         

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    #439104

    Here’s another one I just thought of (thanks Tumblr! [except not really]):

    When someone talks shit on a film they haven’t seen and don’t plan on seeing. I can’t take anyone’s opinion seriously when they do this.

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    babypook
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    #439105

    Voters that want to “spread the wealth”, irrespective of the performance, or the work.

    People who tell me, “If it doesnt happen in my own backyard then I dont care”.  I guess my backyard is a lot bigger than theirs. If someone dies or is treated abominably across the pond, it affects me, because I am part of humanity.

    And lastly today, people who ridicule and point the finger, when they themselves are complete and total ignoramouses who know nothing other than what television and “pamphlets” tell them to believe.

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    Halo_Insider
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    #439106

    I’ve come to realize that I get really ticked off at people who bring their crying babies to large social events that require silence and attention. It’s a matter that I try my hardest to empathize with (it might be hard to get a babysitter, the child has just been born, etc), but if your toddler continues to wail and you refuse to leave the room so that others can continue enjoying the event, then I have little patience for you. In the last six months, this has happened to me at the movies, at a cousin’s wedding, and at my brother’s graduation (and in the latter case, the child was crying right next to me). It just diminishes the enjoyment for everybody. 

    Seriously, a little effort is appreciated. 

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    adamunc
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    ^^Amen. I seem to have a particular curse in that there are very often crying/screaming/loud children near me in restaurants. If it’s Chick-fil-A, that’s one thing, but sit-down upscale restaurants? Really people. If the child can’t behave and let people enjoy their meals, they can eat at home until they get old enough to do so. It’s gotten to the point that I scan restuarants before I’m seated, and if I see a table with small children at it, I ask to be seated on the other side of the room.

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    zackfins
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    ^^^I have kids and it annoys me when people bring their kids to a nice restaurant. My youngest is 3 and there is no way I would take him to a nice up-scale restaurant. I don’t mind taking him to a loud chain restaurant like Chili’s or someplace like that because I don’t think anyone goes to those places expecting a quiet peaceful meal. But even then, if he starts with any kind of tantrum and I can’t get him to stop almost immediately, we take him outside to the car until he calms down. He’s got several years left before I will even consider taking him to anything upscale. Same goes for airplanes…

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    babypook
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    #439109

    My aunt took me and my cousins to a chain place when we were about 3-5 years old. She said I picked up a piece of chicken and threw it at a table full of diners sitting next to us.

    I dont remember that. Lol.

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    #439110

    Arriving late when there is a specified time given prior to an event or casual hangout. 

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    #439111

    People who type in nothing but internet speak. I feel like I’m dealing with a five year old. Full disclosure: my mother started texting in the last year and this is how she texts ALL THE TIME.

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    Ice cream trucks that stop in front of my house that decide to blast that damn music for a good hour. There are only five kids on my block….go away.

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    tennisfreak
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    Ouch I feel you on that one Vinny. That music is INCESSANT.

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    vinny
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    Ouch I feel you on that one Vinny. That music is INCESSANT.

    Worst part is that its legit three songs: The Mr Softee song, pop goes the easel, and yankee doodle.   

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    Javier V
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    Anyone who text-and-drive, as well as talk on their cellphones when driving, should be punched in the face. That text and phone call can wait until you’ve reached your destination. What’s so freaking hard about driving with no distractions?

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    #439116

    People who frickin’ do not pick up after their dog while walking it!

    I live in a pretty nice subdivision.  We have a nice walking/jogging trail that goes around a few man made lakes. The housing association literally has about a dozen of those dog waste bag dispensers.   I ALWAY pick up after my dogs, but you wouldn’t believe how much dog crap I see that people do not pick up!  A couple times there have even been some dog turds right on the sidewalk!   Seriously people, have some respect for your neighbors and your neighborhood!

     

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