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People Who Annoy Me


Lately, my tolerance level has been at an all time low especially when it comes to people. So instead of keeping it to myself, I decided to share my annoyance with my fellow bloggers and readers. Let me say this before you continue to read. It is not my intentions to offend anyone, but to voice my opinion. However, I have offended you, I apologize in advance. Now lets continue with my rant. 

I'm annoyed with people use or consume things without asking first.

I'm annoyed with parents who allow their children to run amok in public places.

I'm annoyed with people who borrow things and do not return them.

I'm annoyed with people who borrow things and do not return it in the same condition in which they borrowed it.

I'm annoyed with people who call me and have nothing to talk about or they talk about the same things all the time.

I'm annoyed with people who try to talk to me while I am on the phone with someone else.

I'm annoyed with people who places empty containers back in the refrigerator.

I'm annoyed when nosy people read (my book) over my shoulder. 

I'm annoyed with people who get upset once I stopped saying yes and started saying no.

I'm annoyed with people who smack and/or eat with their mouth open. 

I'm annoyed with people who drag their feet while walking. 

I'm annoyed with people who make accusations.

I'm annoyed with people who complain about their life, but has not made an effort to change it for the better.

I'm annoyed with people who do not take responsibility for their actions, but instead point fingers at others.

We are human and something or someone has annoyed you and I would love to hear about.

 Who or what has annoyed you recently?

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