Small things that annoy you thread

11 years 2 months ago #83205 by PT Admin
People who belch loudly in public without excusing themselves.

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11 years 2 months ago #83223 by Baydream

Jackie PT wrote: People who belch loudly in public without excusing themselves.

Tell Alex to behave himself. ;)

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11 years 2 months ago #83289 by Superman
Tail gaters

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11 years 2 months ago #83401 by John Landolfi
People who jaywalk pushing their baby in his carriage out in front of themselves..


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11 years 2 months ago #83425 by Stealthy Ninja
Real answer: people with no sense of humour.

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11 years 2 months ago #83475 by Prago
No sense of humor or dry humor can be annoying

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11 years 2 months ago #83489 by PT Admin

Prago wrote: No sense of humor or dry humor can be annoying


I actually like dry humor. I prefer it over someone who cracks the obvious and predictable jokes.

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11 years 2 months ago #83491 by Stealthy Ninja

Jackie PT wrote:

Prago wrote: No sense of humor or dry humor can be annoying


I actually like dry humor. I prefer it over someone who cracks the obvious and predictable jokes.


I agree. I've been told I have a dry sense of humour. I never knew what it meant till I fell in a lake and people laughed.

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11 years 2 months ago #83501 by PT Admin

Stealthy Ninja wrote:

Jackie PT wrote:

Prago wrote: No sense of humor or dry humor can be annoying


I actually like dry humor. I prefer it over someone who cracks the obvious and predictable jokes.


I agree. I've been told I have a dry sense of humour. I never knew what it meant till I fell in a lake and people laughed.


You fell or someone pushed you?? :rofl:

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11 years 2 months ago #83543 by Skye Girl
Waiting in line behind someone that has more than 10 items in the "10 items or less" counter at a market.

Carpe diem!

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11 years 2 months ago #83619 by Stealthy Ninja

Jackie PT wrote:

Stealthy Ninja wrote:

Jackie PT wrote:

Prago wrote: No sense of humor or dry humor can be annoying


I actually like dry humor. I prefer it over someone who cracks the obvious and predictable jokes.


I agree. I've been told I have a dry sense of humour. I never knew what it meant till I fell in a lake and people laughed.


You fell or someone pushed you?? :rofl:


I jumped (don't tell the angry mob, they'll get.... angry...?! :blink:

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11 years 2 months ago - 11 years 2 months ago #83657 by Baydream

Stealthy Ninja wrote:

Jackie PT wrote:

Stealthy Ninja wrote:

Jackie PT wrote:

Prago wrote: No sense of humor or dry humor can be annoying


I actually like dry humor. I prefer it over someone who cracks the obvious and predictable jokes.


I agree. I've been told I have a dry sense of humour. I never knew what it meant till I fell in a lake and people laughed.


You fell or someone pushed you?? :rofl:


I jumped (don't tell the angry mob, they'll get.... angry...?! :blink:

Is there a difference between dry humor and arid humor?

About the "lake" - No pictures or it didn't happen :toocrazy: Where did I hear that before?

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11 years 2 months ago #84051 by effron
I will ask someone, usually an easterner, "how far do you live from here?", they will respond, "thirty minutes." ............Hmmm, so what if I'm walking??!!.
Since when did TIME become a measure of distance? and this ain't Space Trek.....:P

Why so serious?
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11 years 2 months ago #84165 by DestinDave

effron wrote: I will ask someone, usually an easterner, "how far do you live from here?", they will respond, "thirty minutes." ............Hmmm, so what if I'm walking??!!.
Since when did TIME become a measure of distance? and this ain't Space Trek.....:P

Doesn't matter.. you can't get there from here... :rofl:

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11 years 2 months ago #84223 by Kenya See
People who cus a lot


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