Small children who kick the back of your seat -whether it be on a plane or in a car or bus
Parents for allowing small children to kick the back of your seat
Small children that stare straight
at you for ages without blinking as though you have turned into an alien at the very least or have a bogie hanging out of your right nostril at the very best!
People who turn up late all the time, especially if you are always on time
Lack of manners
People who do not cover their mouth or nose when they cough or sneeze.
especially those who spit randomly in public on the pavement or roads
People who force themselves to burp
Moaners/complainers when there is nothing to moan or complain
Unnecessary swearing – when people just add it into a normal sentence showing no regard that swearing should only be at times when it’s
absolutely called for
People who walk behind your car when you are reversing
The smell of dog food
People who feel sorry for themselves and expect you to feel sorry for them too!
Pens that have the chains attached to them
Mini pens, so
small you cannot grasp them to be able to write with them
Free pens that don’t work
People who walk slowly
People driving close behind you
People who smell
People who eat with their mouth open
Rude shop assistants
Foreign call centres
People who talk loudly on their mobile phones
Leaving a tissue in a pocket and putting it in a washing machine
Driving slow in the fast
Adverts in between programmes
Toilets you have to pay for
Long train journeys without a trolley
Stepping in dog poo
Slow internet connection
No internet connection
People that park in disabled bays when
they're not disabled
People who complain about
their weight yet make no effort to exercise or eat properly
People who will sit next to you on the bus even though there are plenty of empty seats
People who sniff and don't use a tissue
Delays at the airport
Running out of toilet roll
Not being able to get a doctors/dentist appointment
When the washing machine breaks down
Muddy footprints all over a clean floor
Mobile phone infatuation and distraction
People not listening
The hot water running out when you're running a bath
People who mumble
Slow traffic lights
Temporary traffic lights
When people give you your change on top of a receipt
Cramp in the middle of the night
People who can't park properly
People who are not polite in emails
Trying to find the end of the sticking tape or toilet
Losing your passport
Running out of petrol
Burning your toast
Breaking a nail
Bad hair days
Getting an eyelash in your eye
Hot weather when you're not on holiday
When the bus driver stops and haves a cigarette
Too much Sellotape used on a present
When people step on your toes and don't say sorry
The sales the day
after Christmas Day
People that leave
spots on their faces that look about to burst
Sausages in batter
Lavender air fresheners
Politicians who only door knock when they are campaigning
Photos of politicians rather than utilising the space to communicate their policies
Men over 40 with dyed hair
London underground in rush hour
People that do not reseal the wrapper on cheese
Social media trolls
Women who block aisles in shops with their prams
People who are too stupid to use self-service tills in shops
who crowd the baggage carousel at airports
People who post inane rubbish on Facebook
People who barge past you
People who cannot spell.
Smiley faces on business emails
Cyclists who blatantly jump red lights.
The Green Party … enough said!
Parents who are in the pub with their kids after 7pm.
Parents who allow their kids to run around screaming in shops,
cafes and restaurants – inflicting their spawn on to everyone else.
Estate Agents … what’s really the point of them?
People who have to park as close to the door of a supermarket door as they can.
People who ask for you to sponsor them
Men who think that other men who don’t support a football team are weird.
People who use the word awesome to describe something every day
Anyone who starts queuing way too early for a flight.
Delivery companies who leave your latest internet order in your front garden and think it’s delivered.
Shop attendants who ignore
you while they continue their conversation with their colleague.
Queues in banks
Stamp duty, death duty, VAT and tax on savings.
People who go on The Jeremy Kyle show.