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It's easy to irritate your enemies

Updated on May 19, 2011

Silence is a weapon

Silence is a great way to irritate your enemies. Enemies want to be heard and enemies want to get your attention. So if you simply remain silent when you encounter your enemies, then this is surely going to irritate them quite a bit. The quieter you are, the more irritated your enemies will be.

Smile

Smiling seems to irritate a lot of people in general. People just don't like to see other people happy, and this is especially true when it comes to enemies. If you encounter enemies, then simply smile at them. This will irritate them, as well as confuse the heck out of them. No matter what your enemies do or say, simply put a big smile on your face for them.

Pretend you don't know them

When your enemies confront you, just act like you don't know them. Call them by another name and act like you do not know what they are talking about. Make sure to do this with a very serious face. The more serious you are, and the more you act like you really don't know your enemies, the more irritated your enemies will get.

Act crazy

You want to irritate your enemies, then act crazy. When your enemies spot you and confront you, do some crazy like sing to yourself, or dance around or pretend to pass out. Enemies will not only get irritated, but they will most likely leave you alone.

Act like old time friends

You want to irritate your enemies, then act like you are good friends with them. Act like you have not seen them in years, and even go as far as offering to take them out to dinner so you can talk about the old times. This is a very creative way to irritate your enemies. It is also a very fun way to irritate your enemies.

Repeat yourself

Another great way to irritate your enemies is to repeat yourself over and over again. No matter what your enemies are talking about, just repeat a few sentences over and over again. This is almost a guaranteed way to irritate your enemies.

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      Johnb694 

      4 years ago

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      ems 

      6 years ago

      i pretend like i didn't hear them, i didn't see them, i do not know them, at first it is hard, coz its so true that Enemies want to be heard and enemies want to get your attention, enemies goal is to irritate their enemy(you),seems like they will do everything to get into your nerves, just calm down and eventually you will get to used of ignoring them.. and they will get tired of irritating you.. always remember the one who wish to irritate their enemies is the one who's bitter..

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      Rastamermaid 

      7 years ago from Universe

      Great hub!

      I do the ignore thing,may try the you don't know me soon.

      Thanks for sharing!

    • scoop profile imageAUTHOR

      scoop 

      7 years ago

      That's definitely true.

    • Matt in Jax profile image

      Matt in Jax 

      7 years ago from Jacksonville, FL

      Persistence is key in getting rid of those around you that don't deserve you and attracting those who do.

    • scoop profile imageAUTHOR

      scoop 

      7 years ago

      lol thanks everybody :-)

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      MarloByDesign 

      7 years ago from United States

      Interesting Hub topic for sure. Smiling works for friends and enemies :)

    • Rochelle Frank profile image

      Rochelle Frank 

      7 years ago from California Gold Country

      It's called passive-agressive, and --yes-- very annoying.

      Now what were you saying?

    • downpourofwords profile image

      downpourofwords 

      7 years ago from Dallas, Texas, USA

      Very true. Silence or not reacting to your enemy's actions is one of the strongest ways of annoying them. Something similar to the principle of Ahimsa by Mahatma Gandhi

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