Things That Make You Irrationally Angry

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  • Hea1thyGam3r
    Hea1thyGam3r Posts: 1,354 Member
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    or a man with one long nail on the small finger,

    Often because they have a dope habit. Coke/Meth/Heroin.. all of the above. Gotta get that quick bump! At least that's the first thought that comes to mind.
  • T1DCarnivoreRunner
    T1DCarnivoreRunner Posts: 11,502 Member
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    Noelv1976 wrote: »
    Noelv1976 wrote: »
    Not angry...just irrationally annoyed.

    Misuse of "advise" and "advice"

    Kinda like their, there they're
    Yes!!!

    Also like loose, lose

    Our / Are

    "How are you?"
    "I'm doing good."

    Really?! Did you just save an old lady from getting run over while on your way to rescuing a kitten from a tree?! You are doing well.

    *It pains me that Webster's has changed good to be both an adjective and an adverb simply because native English speakers can't understand the difference. Let's cater to the uneducated again by changing their, they're, and there to become synonyms so that each word inherits the meanings of the other two words. (sarcasm)

    When I speak, I imply and you infer.

    I'm going to stop before I get any more upset.
  • Hea1thyGam3r
    Hea1thyGam3r Posts: 1,354 Member
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    Noelv1976 wrote: »
    Noelv1976 wrote: »
    Not angry...just irrationally annoyed.

    Misuse of "advise" and "advice"

    Kinda like their, there they're
    Yes!!!

    Also like loose, lose

    Our / Are

    "How are you?"
    "I'm doing good."

    Really?! Did you just save an old lady from getting run over while on your way to rescuing a kitten from a tree?! You are doing well.

    *It pains me that Webster's has changed good to be both an adjective and an adverb simply because native English speakers can't understand the difference. Let's cater to the uneducated again by changing their, they're, and there to become synonyms so that each word inherits the meanings of the other two words. (sarcasm)

    When I speak, I imply and you infer.

    I'm going to stop before I get any more upset.

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=J7E-aoXLZGY
  • Ssthrnbby
    Ssthrnbby Posts: 731 Member
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    Loud screeching noises. Really ..... Really!!!! Makes me wanna go ballistic
  • Noelv1976
    Noelv1976 Posts: 18,948 Member
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    Noelv1976 wrote: »
    Noelv1976 wrote: »
    Not angry...just irrationally annoyed.

    Misuse of "advise" and "advice"

    Kinda like their, there they're
    Yes!!!

    Also like loose, lose

    Our / Are

    "How are you?"
    "I'm doing good."

    Really?! Did you just save an old lady from getting run over while on your way to rescuing a kitten from a tree?! You are doing well.

    *It pains me that Webster's has changed good to be both an adjective and an adverb simply because native English speakers can't understand the difference. Let's cater to the uneducated again by changing their, they're, and there to become synonyms so that each word inherits the meanings of the other two words. (sarcasm)

    When I speak, I imply and you infer.

    I'm going to stop before I get any more upset.

    This is an Irrationally Angry thread. Feel free to share your feelings.
  • deviboy1592
    deviboy1592 Posts: 989 Member
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    People who wait the very last second to switch lanes! As$holes!
  • Noelv1976
    Noelv1976 Posts: 18,948 Member
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    When I'm in a hurry and I get all the red lights. But other times when I'm just cruising, I get green :/
  • BaconBae
    BaconBae Posts: 4,568 Member
    edited August 2015
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    When people stand right by your butt when you're in line and if you turn around, you end up uncomfortably close to their face.
  • conqueringsquidlette
    conqueringsquidlette Posts: 383 Member
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    Noelv1976 wrote: »
    Not angry...just irrationally annoyed.

    Misuse of "advise" and "advice"

    Kinda like their, there they're

    Ooh, that reminds me. I get all sorts of bothered when people say "I could care less" when they mean "I couldn't care less".
  • loumrn
    loumrn Posts: 63 Member
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    When different sauces on my plate mix.
  • InvaderGashloog
    InvaderGashloog Posts: 76 Member
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    -People who wear headphones around their neck but the headphones aren't plugged into anything. I only seen it a few times but each time I got so angry. Seriously, what's the point of wearing headphones if it isn't even plugged into anything? -_-

    -People who get spray tans and look orange.

    -Being a Hipster
  • MonkeyMel21
    MonkeyMel21 Posts: 2,395 Member
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    -People who wear headphones around their neck but the headphones aren't plugged into anything.

    I' assuming you'd know if they were indeed Bluetooth?
  • bepeejaye
    bepeejaye Posts: 775 Member
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    or a man with one long nail on the small finger,

    Often because they have a dope habit. Coke/Meth/Heroin.. all of the above. Gotta get that quick bump! At least that's the first thought that comes to mind.

    Yikes! That is a scary thought indeed!
  • Crimson_Fire
    Crimson_Fire Posts: 2,504 Member
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    Noelv1976 wrote: »
    Noelv1976 wrote: »
    Not angry...just irrationally annoyed.

    Misuse of "advise" and "advice"

    Kinda like their, there they're
    Yes!!!

    Also like loose, lose

    Our / Are

    "How are you?"
    "I'm doing good."

    Really?! Did you just save an old lady from getting run over while on your way to rescuing a kitten from a tree?! You are doing well.

    *It pains me that Webster's has changed good to be both an adjective and an adverb simply because native English speakers can't understand the difference. Let's cater to the uneducated again by changing their, they're, and there to become synonyms so that each word inherits the meanings of the other two words. (sarcasm)

    When I speak, I imply and you infer.

    I'm going to stop before I get any more upset.

    This just made all my rage for the day disappear. My heart is now happy. :)
  • wilsonm2014
    wilsonm2014 Posts: 182 Member
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    People that drive 10 miles under the speed limit.
  • PurringMyrrh
    PurringMyrrh Posts: 5,276 Member
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    Undersalted nuts. I like my nuts to be salty.
  • PurringMyrrh
    PurringMyrrh Posts: 5,276 Member
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    Affect and effect

    You're your

    When people say they are real angry instead of really angry

    http://theoatmeal.com/comics/misspelling
    http://theoatmeal.com/tag/grammar