We all have our limits, and there are some behaviors that are intolerable. I can tell you, for instance, that I have no sympathy for people who prey on the elderly.

What's wrong with these people? Can they not see how wrong it is to scam people who are older and considerably more vulnerable?

There are many other behaviors that annoy me but I'll leave it to others to elaborate further otherwise I'll be here all day!

People shared their thoughts with us after Redditor IndependentJeff123 asked the online community,

"What do you have no sympathy for?"

"People that demand..."

"People that demand respect from others but don’t give a damn about others in return."



Co-signing this. Respect is a two-way street.

"People who throw tantrums..."

"People who throw tantrums and yell at minimum wage workers."


Even worse are people who have worked customer service jobs themselves and yet still treat others in the profession like crap!

"People who repeatedly..."

"People who repeatedly dodge accountability. For sure everything is not your fault, but nothing is not your fault either."


"Nothing is my fault. Unless it's something good. Then I did all of it. Just me. Nobody else."

Sound familiar?

"People who..."

"People who abuse/scam seniors."


People who prey on the elderly are truly something else. It's awful.

"People who decide..."

"People who decide to have children/pets then not care for them/make them everyone else’s problem."


We all know people like this. It's sad. I have neighbors who don't seem to take care of their dog. Why animal control has not done something about it yet is beyond me.


"Willful ignorance."


Along with prideful ignorance. Those who reject what they know to be correct because they don’t like it or just don’t care.

"People who needlessly..."

"People who needlessly ridicule others appearance when they're just living their life."


The rock bottom of this are the people who make fun of others who are trying to lose weight at the gym. Leave them alone!

"Adults who..."

"Adults who harm or hurt children."


Especially adults in a trusted position that use that influence to mistreat, belittle and abuse children.

"Anyone who..."

"Anyone who takes undue advantage of the weakness of others."


Sadly, most people will jump at any chance to take advantage of others. There's a huge "Every man for himself" mentality out there.

"People who are rude..."

"People who are rude to servers or retail employees."


They're the absolute worst. Don't treat someone taking care of you so badly. It says a lot.

Sadly, the human race is full of so many people with the capacity to annoy us or trouble us. And it's up to us to draw boundaries for our own peace of mind. Some behaviors are absolutely unacceptable.

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