We all have things which get on our nerves.

Some people have a fairly high tolerance level, and are only truly perturbed by things which are beyond the bounds of common decency, or which are universally accepted as annoying or inconvenient.

Others are not so lucky, and tend to be set off by things which might go completely unnoticed by everyone else.

Redditor Onatic420 was curious to learn the things which instantly make others want to pull their hair out and scream, leading them to ask:

"What do you find annoying as f*ck?"


Is it so hard to pick up after yourself?

"Habitual litterers."- SuvenPan

"When people don’t clean up after themselves."- cheeto_has_spoken

If you can't take the heat, stay out of the kitchen

"People that can dish it but can’t take it."

"I work with a dude like this and it’s terrible."- MF_Ghidra

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Never judge something by it's size.

"When skin tears near your fingernail and that teeny tiny wound hurts way more than it should."- BlackCaaaaat

"Buzz Buzz"

"When mosquitoes fly by ur ears."- AxcesDrifter

Back to where we started...

"The Reddit app when it scrolls back up to the top of the 65 TRILLION FKN articles you’ve read."

"It should burn the articles as you read them."- Deathdar1577

Take some responsibility!

"A person's inability to say sorry."- rohankent

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Get out of the way!

"People who leave the f*cking shopping carts in middle of the f*cking aisle!"- otherm0ther

But enough about me, what do you think of me?

"People who make it all about themselves."- ExtensionAir7

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A lost cause

"Willfully ignorant people."- KingZaneTheStrange

Be it the way another person behaves or common, every day occurrences, we all have things which get on our nerves.

Most of the time it's best to grin and bear it.

But next time you see someone litter, it might be a fine opportunity to let that anger out.

For your sake, and everyone else's.

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