i hate how people in real life make automatic assumptions about me without even bothering to get to know me. and when i try to answer their questions when they ask me about it, they automatically assume im lying. which makes me mad because my thoughts are why ask someone if your going to only believe what you want about them anyway?
I talk a lot, write up a storm, and am not particularly shy in person - and yet people assume things (and assume incorrectly) about me too. I'd like to tell you it gets better once you're no longer in your twenties, but it just gets worse. (Apparently, the more history you have the more there is to assume incorrectly about. ) If it helps any, I think I've figured out that people assume - and it has nothing to do with the "assumees", and everything to do with the "assumers".
Back to the OP's question: I hate it when a business makes a mistake and then tells me what I need to do to fix it.
I hate it when my car is parked in a parking lot people will open their door so wide it puts a scratch on my Beamer. (I know it's a 1998 but it's still frustrating to have it detailed every few months)
I hate it when I get my Trans Am out for a drive ( not very often ) and its just been waxed and looking pretty, and an amish lets their hose take a huge crap in front of my driveway and I have no choice but to drive through it and get the horse manure on my baby