We recently took a look at some incredibly relatable stories shared by Reddit users regarding tiny, everyday things that infuriate them more than anything else. These hilariously true moments sparked even MORE great responses from our very own BuzzFeed Community! Here are just a few of the best:
1."When people cut you off in traffic at the last possible second before a turn, entryway, exit, etc. Like OK, people get lost, you may not have realized your turn was coming up, I get it...but DO NOT CUT ME OFF. Just wait your turn!"
3."When people wear headphones all the time. It's one thing if you're exercising or on a plane or something, but if I'm hanging out with you and you have an earbud in one ear the entire time, I'm going to leave because that's incredibly rude."
6."When you're in a public space like the mall or an amusement park and there's a family of six or more people coming at you, walking side by side, holding hands like a tidal wave. The best is when they get surprised after you stand your ground and walk right up to them and stop."
7."When people just silently stand behind you while you're doing something. I always feel like they're trying to get my attention, but often they're just watching me, and it's so hard for me to concentrate."
8."When someone’s walking a little too slow, so you try to speed up to pass them, but then they speed up so you can’t. Then you're stuck in an inadvertent speeding competition with them and it's like, damn, I just want to catch this train!"
12."When people get way too close to you/don’t know how to say, 'excuse me.' For instance, the other day at the grocery store I was looking for some eggs and this lady just reached around me to grab something. JUST SAY EXCUSE ME."
13."When people get frantic as they try to grab their suitcase off of the baggage claim carousel at the airport — as if they think it's going to burst into flames if they don't grab it the first time it goes by???"
19."When I'm talking and someone cuts me off in conversation, so I keep talking over them, then THEY say something like, 'Excuse me I was speaking!' THEY get offended that I dare interrupt THEM! You interrupted me first?!"
23."When someone tries to 'correct' you if you respond to 'Thank you' with something like 'No problem.' There is a REASON that some people are uncomfortable with 'You're welcome,' because what you're essentially saying is, 'You are welcome to my service again.' Some people just don't want to leave a social obligation standing open like that."