When you get multiple calls from telemarketers in a week.When your doctor's office/service provider/pharmacy, etc. calls you while you're at work.When you're standing in line waiting to check out at a store and the person behind you decides to get up into your personal space.Same as above, but that person is sneezing/coughing/clearing their throat.When it's your turn at the register and that same person tries to stand next to you, as if being closer to the register will make their turn come faster.When someone cuts you in line.When someone gets really close to you on public transportation when it's not even that crowded.When the person next to you on public transportation is constantly looking in every direction for the entire ride.When someone keeps making eye contact with you on public transportation.When someone shoves their way onto a completely full bus/train car.When a train/bus arrives and someone tries to get in before people have even gotten off.When you're on a train/bus that's about to make a stop, and someone tries to push their way to the exit before the train/bus has even stopped.When someone gets on a train/bus and pushes their way to the opposite side that they entered for no reason at all.When someone stops in front of you on the sidewalk to look at their phone.When someone is walking slowly in front of you because they're on their phone.When someone talks loudly on a plane or train.When someone talks during a movie/play.When someone talks during movie previews.When someone turns on their phone during a movie/play.When someone does stuff on their phone while you're talking to them.Listening to radio ads.Listening to podcast ads.Listening to ASMR.When people make out in public.When someone coughs anywhere near you.When you can hear someone chew/smack/slurp their food.When someone scrapes their cutlery on their plate while eating.When someone makes borderline-orgasmic noises in yoga class.When someone you just met wants to hug you.When someone you just met gives you relationship/life advice.When a family member asks you if you have a significant other yet every time you see them.When someone leaves their phone ringer on in a public place.When someone's tweet notifications go off in public.When someone's text notifications go off in public.When people come late to a movie/play and then block your view while they find their seat in the dark.When people come late to a concert/other event and then push their way to the front.When a complete stranger scolds you.When a stranger passive-aggressively talks about you to someone else without actually addressing you.When you're driving and someone honks their horn at you.When you're driving and someone cuts you off.When someone won't let you merge.When someone does a bad parking job.When you're on a plane/train and the person in front of you reclines their seat without asking you first.When you're at a restaurant and the person with you is rude to the waitstaff.When someone presses the elevator button a second after you did.When you're waiting for an elevator and then a group of people come after you and get in, and then there's not enough room for you, even though you were there first.When someone stands really close to you in an elevator even though there's room.When anyone does anything at all ever.
How Annoyed Do You Get By Little Things Other People Do?
Honestly I don't know how you do it, but you don't let people annoy you very often. You must have some kind of mental shield that allows you to block other people's aggravating habits out! Not that I'm criticizing your methods; in fact...could you please teach me your ways????
You get annoyed with people sometimes, but you're able to save yourself the extreme aggravation when you really need to. But you can't help but freak out and text someone (or post a Facebook status) when someone does something REALLY awful.
You can't help but let other people's ridiculousness get the best of you. It's not your fault; you can't help knowing that you're the decent one while everyone else is an inconsiderate weirdo. You wish you could teach self-awareness to everyone in your immediate vicinity, but you just don't have the time.