People Break Down Which Personality Types They Can't Stand

People Break Down Which Personality Types They Can't Stand
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There is always the one annoying person in a group, an individual who just rubs you the wrong way.


Whether it's a colleague or a fellow classmate, this person might be someone who tries too hard to fit in, or has insecurities but puts others down.

And yet, we could just as easily be someone who can be a total pain in the rump to someone else.

We can't get along with everyone, and we can't expect to change people if we find them disagreeable.

Curious to hear about annoying traits, Redditor Mysterious-Dot6224 asked:
"What kind of person/ personality can you just not stand?"

Some people like to put on a show. And they're not in the entertainment business.

Aggressive Front

"People that are aggressive for the sole purpose of looking intimidating in front of everyone."

"People that constantly keep bringing up someone's mistakes that they'd rather forget, no matter how much time it passes just for the sake of it (I have a friend like this sadly)."

kegknow

Jekyll & Hyde

"Two-faced people."

"Who are they? The ones who talk sh*t to you about other people. They'll be doing the same about you."

Eggs_On_Legs

Star Of The Show

"Super showy, everything is about them, always trying to be the center of attention."

Mengel60

Workplace personalities can be a headache.

Brown-Nosers

"The people at work who only keep their jobs through kissing butt. If they didn't spend most of their time having their head up the boss's bum, their boss would actually see how much of a worthless sh*t they were."

DeathSpiral321

The New-Hire

"Micromanaging, I've been at my job for over two years and we have some 18 year old, who just got hired. She acts like she's a manager and basically tries to tell people what to do and how to do it even though she's wrong 99% of the time."

Wout0u

No Accountability

"They dont take accountability for their actions, especially when people know its 100% on them."

"If something happens that's out of their control, that's a different story, but if that person is 100% at fault and they make an excuse or deny it, shame them."

Street_Dragonfruit43

Self-Proclaimed Experts

"The 'Salesman' always has something Super-Duper. When you ask any detailed questions about how that could work. They make up something, or repeat the initial story."

Little-Don

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The following people lack social graces.

Chameleons

"Inconsistent people even. depending on where they see you their attitude changes I always find that suspicious."

o6ijuan

A Specializing Experts

"The people who consider having a conversation with someone of a certain profession as 'studying' said profession."

"my brother in law is a doctor, so I know a thing or two about medicine"

shameonyounancydrew

Playing Dumb

"People who play dumb to be cute. It's not cute."

do_the_humpty_hump

Always Brushing Things Off

"The 'I'm just kidding!' guy."

"Every funny person I've ever known as never felt the need to say 'I'm just kidding' or 'it's just a joke'. If you have to tell me it was a joke, you're simply not funny and should probably quit trying to be."

TetrisCannibal

Being Right

"Someone who IS always right."

SwimmingRazzmatazz25

Endless Chatterers

"People who keep talking when I need a break and end this conversation."

Individualchaotin

Lacking Maturity

"The kind of person who says degrading things for no reason instead of just talking to you in a mature manner about the problems you have with each other."

Iam100yearsold100

Tone-Deaf Extroverts

"Extraverts who are completely out of touch with themselves and tone deaf about how they deploy their attitude unto others."

DarthContinent

I have little patience for those who aren't on time.

I understand things happen, but when I make plans to meet someone, I make sure I allow extra time beforehand to allow for unexpected delays.

If you're over half an hour late and I'm not informed, I think it's just disrespectful.

Punctuality is a great character trait because it indicates that a person manages their time well and is someone who is courteous, reliable, and has their act together.

That's just my two cents.

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