Pet Peeves, otherwise known as occurrences which make you want to snag your very own hair from its roots, are very normal. Whatever they may be, everyone does them, including myself. Although I may not always realize it, I am a victim of my own pet peeves.
My Pet Peeves
1. When People leave the door open after leaving a room.
Like, if it was closed when you walked in....just, why?
2. When people touch the glass at Subway.
You know exactly what I am talking about. You know when they want pickles or Banana Peppers or something of that sort and even though the employee heard them, they feel the need to pick up there disgusting fingers and repeatedly point though the glass.
3. Conversation Intruders.
Otherwise known as the most annoying people on the planet, these people do not get a hint. If two people are having a very sentimental discussion, out of everyone in the room, they feel the need to sit themselves in front of those two people and stare at them until they finally decide to acknowledge their unwanted presence.
4. When people touch your face.
Even when joking around, people who touch your face, whatever the reason may be: to slap you or to pick your nose (no judgements!), these people do not get the grip. Let me sum it down for you: Get your paws off my face. You can look, but don't you dare touch.
5. When people hit, or tickle as a greeting.
This is by far the most irritating thing ever. Why must you abuse me so that I may know that you've arrived? There are countless amounts of ways to greet one other: whistle, bark, wave, gangnam style, do what ever you like, just please, please, please, do not touch or tickle me, because if you do, you will die.
6. When someone finds the need to repeat the same exact joke every five seconds.
The first time it's funny, but it isn't even THAT funny that you find the need to repeat it for what feels like the hundredth time.
7. When people are unnecessarily rude.
I'm the biggest victim of this one because I always feel the need to make comments or statements that I find bloody hilarious, and even If I offend someone, I am oblivious to it until five minutes later. "Was that sarcastic comment seriously funny?" I ask myself, even know I secretly know that it was HILARIOUS.