These Are Few of My LEAST FAVORITE Things...

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  1. gmwilliams profile image85
    gmwilliamsposted 8 months ago

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    What do you HATE?

    1. kenneth avery profile image84
      kenneth averyposted 8 months agoin reply to this

      May I? And please, I am not one to run ahead.
      I hate (the) look on a person's face when you buy them a birthday gift or give them a Christmas present and they try so hard to fool you into believing that they like the gesture when you  can tell by their facial impressions and fakery in their voice that they hate it.
      I hate that.

      1. Sherry Hewins profile image95
        Sherry Hewinsposted 8 months agoin reply to this

        Isn't that better than them just saying they hate it? They are trying to spare your feelings.

    2. poppyr profile image94
      poppyrposted 8 months agoin reply to this

      Cockroaches. Terrified of them.

      1. Marisa Wright profile image98
        Marisa Wrightposted 8 months agoin reply to this

        Me too!  I grew up in the UK and was always terrified of spiders.   I had never seen a cockroach when I moved to Africa in my thirties.   The first time I met a  cockroach flying down the corridor towards me, I lost all fear of spiders or any other creepy crawly - they all paled into insignificance by comparison!!

        1. poppyr profile image94
          poppyrposted 8 months agoin reply to this

          I grew up in the UK too big_smile They like to get into your house in Japan and they smell the fear, I swear. I'm sure they're a lot bigger in Africa though.

    3. k@ri profile image90
      k@riposted 8 months agoin reply to this

      Liver

    4. Ashish Dadgaa profile image18
      Ashish Dadgaaposted 8 months agoin reply to this

      Mouse

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    5. mike102771 profile image82
      mike102771posted 8 months agoin reply to this

      I hate how little respect people show one another. I could give a long list of things, but I think most of them go to that lack of respect. This self-absorbed selfie society we are going to is something I just don’t like.

  2. FatFreddysCat profile image97
    FatFreddysCatposted 8 months ago

    Onions
    Spiders
    Reality TV

    1. Ashish Dadgaa profile image18
      Ashish Dadgaaposted 8 months agoin reply to this

      @FatFreddysCat

      Haha...Reality TV  big_smile

  3. Gregory DeVictor profile image96
    Gregory DeVictorposted 8 months ago

    Earthquakes. I was born and raised in a city on the west coast that is well known for its “shaky ground.”

  4. Gregory DeVictor profile image96
    Gregory DeVictorposted 8 months ago

    Here’s another one: People who smile in your face and stab you in the back.

  5. Titia profile image96
    Titiaposted 8 months ago

    Dishonesty
    Central heating

  6. innerspin profile image91
    innerspinposted 8 months ago

    Cleaning the oven. Blah!

  7. Nell Rose profile image90
    Nell Roseposted 8 months ago

    Spiders! specially the ones that gallop towards you across the floor as though they are on steroids!
    And two faced people!
    Oh and beetroot!

  8. letstalkabouteduc profile image99
    letstalkabouteducposted 8 months ago

    Cilantro, internet trolls, people who tailgate, Facebook, tv screens with sports in every restaurant, holiday office parties

  9. J Schatzel profile image93
    J Schatzelposted 8 months ago

    That cat-hair tumbleweed you find vacuuming under couches, when you have a cat. Although I suppose it would be even more annoying to find those when vacuuming if you didn't have a cat.

  10. NateB11 profile image93
    NateB11posted 8 months ago

    Drivers who, on a turn, go into the far lane immediately instead of going into the closest lane first. If enough of them do it, they make it impossible for you to change lanes if you are doing the correct thing and turning into the closest lane first. Which means you're forced to do what they do.

    1. NateB11 profile image93
      NateB11posted 8 months agoin reply to this

      Also people who pass you in a parking lot. Have had it happen twice, always blows my mind. Also, giant trucks that block your view of traffic. Why such big trucks? Also the drivers of those trucks never know how to park them. They usually take up two parking spaces or park crooked so that you can't use the space next to them because there's no room for you to get out of your car.

      1. mike102771 profile image82
        mike102771posted 8 months agoin reply to this

        I have an acronym for such drivers that also is the name of an auto manufacturer. F.I.A.T. (aka F**k In A Truck). Whenever I see one of these overcompensating for something idiots charging down a road, black smoke pouring out of the stacks coming out of the truck bed, trying to use their misused truck as an expression of their needless rage I just think to myself “just another FIAT.” (sorry about how dark and angry this was. I drive for a living, so I get to see the worst drivers Ohio has to offer.)

        1. NateB11 profile image93
          NateB11posted 8 months agoin reply to this

          Exactly.

  11. janshares profile image95
    jansharesposted 8 months ago

    Rush hour traffic

  12. Jessie L Watson profile image93
    Jessie L Watsonposted 8 months ago

    Social media/mobile device addiction. No one's talking about it. Everyone's too busy being a part of it. I do work and engage with people deeply here, online classrooms, and sometimes on Google+ communities. When someone walks by me on the sidewalk and whips out their phone in lieu of glancing up with some dignity, I want to take their phone and snap it over my knee. Wake up.

    1. mike102771 profile image82
      mike102771posted 8 months agoin reply to this

      I would think that part of that is that people are too afraid to speak to one another in person without offending each other. Social Media eradicated civility but there still is this need for avoiding uncomfortable situations. People end up with this online ego that can’t be maintained in a real-world setting. When I get home my phone stays in the kitchen (when I get on my laptop and do the same darn thing that people do on their phones).

  13. Gregory DeVictor profile image96
    Gregory DeVictorposted 8 months ago

    I also have issues with people who are addicted to their smartphones. The CBS affiliate here in Pittsburgh recently called “smartphone addiction” a “positive addiction.”

  14. Jessie L Watson profile image93
    Jessie L Watsonposted 8 months ago

    @gregory Not to mention the uninhibited behavior you find there. Facebook has become a repository for every angry person on the planet (even though this post may seem hypocritical, gmwilliams asked, lol) . I would imagine it's the same on Twitter. I left those platforms looking something that could only be found in places like this. I wasted so much time checking notifications. My productivity skyrocketed the moment I left. And my level of civility along with it.

  15. Gregory DeVictor profile image96
    Gregory DeVictorposted 8 months ago

    Jessie, I agree with you 110%.

    1. Jean Bakula profile image98
      Jean Bakulaposted 8 months agoin reply to this

      Christmas commercials before Halloween.

      People who walk behind your car in parking lots when they can see your backup lights are on. Or speed past you as you are backing out, without knowing how fast you will back up. It's dangerous.

      Couples and families together in restaurants, who are all ignoring each other and reading their smartphones.

  16. Ankita B profile image69
    Ankita Bposted 8 months ago

    Most of the insects.
    And two faced people.

  17. EricFarmer8x profile image97
    EricFarmer8xposted 8 months ago

    I dislike people who walk slow when I am trying to get by. It is one of the small things that frustrates me.

  18. Gregory DeVictor profile image96
    Gregory DeVictorposted 8 months ago

    Shopping channels. I remember an old Mama’s Family show where Vicki Lawrence (a.k.a. Thelma Harper) became addicted to a shopping channel and ended up having a living room full of junk and a credit card bill a gazillion miles long.

 
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