"What can eff off?" –– This was today's burning question from Redditor bobbster574 and it's safe to say that the answer to this is plenty.

You see, there's no shortage of things out there that annoy the hell out of us. There's a recent viral meme that I love because it proudly declares, "I hate going out in public because the people be there." It speaks to me.

But there's more out there to get on our nerves than just people. SADLY.


"Bees only sting you..."

Horseflies. Bees only sting you if you mess with them. Wasps sting you if you get too close. Horseflies will chase your ass to the next town over just to bite you.

TheFrostyDude_

"It's a scam..."

Ads about $350 dollar surveys on Instagram. It's a scam and it's annoying as hell.

DutchDude69

"YouTube..."

YouTube turning your whole recommendation page into a topic you've watch two videos of.

Quantum_Cucumber408

"I miss..."

Light pollution. I miss the night sky.

PompeyMagnus1

"Coworkers..."

Coworkers who act like they're superiors/managers.

moons_for_eyes

"People..."

People that stick gum underneath the underside of tables or litter literally anywhere.

Pineapple_Code

"Not even telemarketers..."

Not even telemarketers, but the scam callers. A lot of people call you like fake Apple call centers asking you to login because of "security reasons" or whatever.

Adrenaline_Junkie

"Especially the ones..."

Scientologists.

Especially the ones recruiting where my doctor's office is. It's a couple of blocks from the HQ in LA.

Thankfully they wear outfits that look like ushers at a movie theater back in the 50s. and are easy to spot.

heathersfield

"Can't it just..."

The human body's need to save EVERY GODDAMN CALORIE it can get hold of. Can't it just start realizing when enough is enough and pass the rest on?

Liagala

"Retired people..."

Retired people that have the whole week to go the supermarket and still go Saturday making the rest of the people wait more.

zappatrout

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Before you get on my case, I'll emphatically deny liking Tim Burton's Charlie and the Chocolate Factory... because it's also terrible.

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