I HATE it when people ride my bumper while driving. D:< Also, people who call the clinic where I work and automatically assume I know who they are just because they told me their first name.
My ultimate pet peeve is when the hair clippers we use at work don't get CLEANED after being used and end up being covered in hair and usually blood. It takes all of two minutes to completely clean and disinfect them! DO IT. I will hunt people down for that shit. >.<
When people pop their knuckles. =__=; Pop anything, really. It sounds so gross, it's bad for you and it's just annoying. I ended up punching a classmate that would not stop popping his fingers... I'm passive aggressive. The rage built little by little until I exploded. I had to then excuse myself from class and not sit by that guy anymore, of course. Ay yi yi.
I also hate it when people spell anyways. There isn't supposed to be an S there, gaw dammit! *karate chops a table*
Oh. Another one... When people ask where I live and I say Washington, I fucking mean Washington. So why the hell are you asking me "DC OR DA STATE? HURR! :B" If I lived in DC, don't cha think I'd of said that? >:[
I have a HUGE pet peeve about people who try to make me beg them to do something or give them a compliment. @______@ When people go "I'm a bad roleplayer/artist/chef/banana. :/" or "I'm ugly." or "Do you REALLY want me to do it?" or "I'm leaving the site." or just any situation where they keep trying to back me in to a corner of HAVING to compliment them.
I will give the compliment the FIRST time, because I -mean it- the first time. After that, I refuse. I am not going to waste thirty minutes trying to boost your self esteem when you're -obviously- determined to Self Fulfill your Suck Prophecy. x_______x
Person: "How are you today"
Ike: "Alright I guess"
Person: "Something wrong?"
It was a bit hard to explain (I mean just in words. Soooo I put it in an IM form) but it pisses me off so much. It just runs something down my spine that I just become irritated so much. When I say "Horrible" or something like that, that is when you should ask if something is wrong.