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18 Jun 2013, 5:17 pm

Gossips

Traffic jams

Barking dogs

People who talk too much

Know-it-alls

Commercials that are either loud or last forever

Jerks in general

Bigots

Drunks

Smokers

People who cut in line

Whiners

Braggers

Lack of phone/Wi-Fi reception

Rich people

Trolls

Dumb people in general

Drug addicts


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18 Jun 2013, 5:23 pm

Clean Freaks

Neat Freaks

Control Freaks

Smokers who smoke in places where it's not allowed.

People who act self-righteous.


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18 Jun 2013, 5:39 pm

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What is an AB/DL man?


Adult Baby / Diaper Lover? Not sure what the L stands for, anyway, it's a really creepy fetish :eew:

Things that annoy me:
- 'Insider' memes. For example, at my workplace, the staff sometimes respond with 'Really?' in the same tone of voice.
- People who try to 'fake' beauty. To me, it just makes you uglier.
- All antiques and property shows on TV. Show some original programmes to fill the schedules FFS :evil:
- Most chart music. Why the heck did that Naughty Boy song get to number one. The music is so unoriginal, and the vocals are terrible. :x


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18 Jun 2013, 6:02 pm

Popsicle wrote:
League_Girl wrote:
Creepy AB/DL men


What is an AB/DL man?

Places which close early annoy me also. Especially places like fast food, which often shut down ice cream machines or things like that which require time to be cleaned after closing time, an hour early, or refuse to turn it on at all that day. A lot of those places, the workers will say "it's broken" when clearly it isn't (because it worked the day before and day after and they never get fixed that quickly.) Or they didn't want to stay after work and clean the machine down, so they shut it off an hour or more ahead of closing instead. I am sure their bosses don't know.

It hasn't happened recently as we simply stopped going out to eat for the most part. But it is annoying to sit in a drive through lane on a hot day, for a half hour, only to get to the window and be told "the machine isn't working today." Only on days their boss wasn't there. ;)

Then there are boutiques and such with no boss present either, in which the person clearly wants to get home or to happy hour so they shut the place up a half hour to ten minutes before closing time. Totally dark, which means, they left some time before. To me, if someone pays you and you don't work hard as you can, it's a form of stealing.



AB/DL=adult baby/diaper lover


I have nothing against the fetish/lifestyle, it's men that have very bad social skills, worse than someone on the spectrum they act all demanding and want everything handed down to them and diapers is all that is on their mind and they think with their penis.


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18 Jun 2013, 6:05 pm

Internet memes
People who can't ignore trolls and keep reacting to them
People who judge AB/DLs and act all bigoted about it and keep connecting it to pedophilia


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18 Jun 2013, 8:41 pm

Trickery by people and organizations in order to mislead others.

I will create an example of trickery.

This morning we were awakened by a boom followed by a shaking of the house. I thought it was an earthquake, but my son thought it was a car wreck. I asked my son to go outside and see if there was a car wreck down the road. After investigating, he reported that he didn't see a car wreck.

Did my son go outside to see if there was a car wreck? By him stating he didn't see a car wreck implies (or at least makes one thinks) that he went outside to check. But actually, he didn't leave his bedroom. He didn't see a car wreck from his bedroom, so therefore his statement was correct.

Another example.

An expert states that within 10 years the WrongPlanet is going to become the largest online community on the internet.

How far ahead in the future do you think the expert means? Ten years? Well no...the expert means next month because he feels one million people are going to join the WrongPlanet by next month. So why didn't he say it would become the largest in one month instead of saying 10 years? Again, it's just misleading.

And businesses do this all the time. They make statements in their sales pitches that trick people by clever wording. That annoys me. And those that do that to me I will try my hardest to make sure they never see my money again.


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20 Jun 2013, 4:15 pm

People with handicapped parking tags who park in the regular parking spaces when there are plenty of handicapped parking spaces available. *

Full-blast heat in department stores in the winter. I bet if they cranked the AC instead, apparel sales would quadruple.

*Although I could see someone doing this if they were borrowing someone else's car who happened to have a handicapped tag.


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20 Jun 2013, 5:10 pm

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People with handicapped parking tags who park in the regular parking spaces when there are plenty of handicapped parking spaces available. *



What's wrong with them parking in regular parking spots? :?


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20 Jun 2013, 5:12 pm

People who play politics with issues that have little to no relevance.


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20 Jun 2013, 5:18 pm

I got some new ones: The fact that almost everyone else thinks all people with Tourette's Syndrome suffer from uncontrollable swearing. On Wiki it says only 10% of people with Tourette's can't stop cursing. I actually knew most people didn't even before reading it on Wiki. But pop culture and the media have stigmatized it and think it's hilarious, but I'll bet even if someone does have bouts of uncontrollable swearing it's not so funny for them especially if they're in a church or on a plane or maybe at a funeral!

When you're watching a video on YT or reading an article online and whoever leaves the 1st comment beneath it says, "First!". As if they're going to get a trophy or something. :roll:

That almost everything you eat is incredibly bad for you unless it's organic, vegan, eaten raw or steamed, has no flavor, and is hand grown in soil enriched with gold dust and given water that has been purified by unicorns (Okay I made up those last two parts), or is either good for you one minute, bad for you the next, and then good again.

Any "scientific" article that begins with the phrase "studies suggest", usually about the ongoing debate about the harmful/healthiness of foods, or is about something just about everyone has known for years (cigarettes are bad for you? Where did they get that article from, DUH magazine?)



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20 Jun 2013, 6:07 pm

People who seemingly enjoy misunderstanding other people for psychological benefit.

{Ex: People at the church I go to. :evil: :evil: }


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20 Jun 2013, 6:28 pm

When I go to get a paper plate.. and it's sticking to the other paper plates. I want one ... not four.



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20 Jun 2013, 7:13 pm

Traffic
Drivers that don't move quickly when the light turns green
Crowded theaters
Unnecessarily slow service
Bad service in general
People that laugh too much and for no apparent reason
Bad breath
Car salesmen
Too much sunlight
Shrill little dogs yapping incessantly
Pessimists
Optimists
Nosy people
Opportunists
Social climbers
Bureaucrats
Wannabe dictators
Inconsiderate people

That's good enough for starters


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20 Jun 2013, 8:45 pm

Raymond_Fawkes wrote:
When I go to get a paper plate.. and it's sticking to the other paper plates. I want one ... not four.


Yeah! The same thing with kleenex - needing one, pulling on one, and a chain of ten come out! :lol:



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20 Jun 2013, 10:38 pm

I find the touchpad annoying on my laptop. If I move my finger too far to the right, all these crazy functions begin doing crazy stuff---like deleting something I have been typing. I just want a touchpad like the ones on the first laptops.

Oh...and how about the Scorecard Research thing that drops down right in the center of WP when you are reading or writing posts? Anyone get that? Yes, I know there is an ad blocker, but the last time I used one of those on my previous laptop, it began acting strange and messed up.

And how about Dr. Oz. It seems like everything I do according to him is wrong, and the things I don't do would have been right. I feel like if a person were to do everything he suggested, you would probably be labeled with OCD. Do you wash your face in the morning? According to him washing your face in the morning ages you---gee. I would probably go insane just trying to follow all of his suggestions.

Oh...what about Dr. Phil...and Judge Judy...and screaming contestants on The Price Is Right...and...aghhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhh!! !! !! !! !! !! !! !! !! !!


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