Who is the most annoying person you ever met?

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  1. Seeker7 profile image81
    Seeker7posted 13 years ago

    Who is the most annoying person you ever met?


  2. MandyPandy5 profile image60
    MandyPandy5posted 13 years ago

    A girl who couldn't think of more words than "um, like, and huh?" I don't remember her name though. Maybe that's a good thing?

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    ssaulposted 13 years ago

    one of my lecturer while in college but couldn't avoid him completely as i needed to take his class. He was pain in the b##t

  4. MickS profile image60
    MickSposted 13 years ago

    It is really difficult to pin point anyone.  When we get down to the basics, are we allowing ourselves to be annoyed by the person, or is it the behavior?
    We are all human and suffer the same human frailties and errors of judgement.  And when we fall in judgmental mires of this sort, we have to remember, an awful lot of people probably allow themselves to become annoyed at our behavior.

  5. SeenButNotHeard profile image59
    SeenButNotHeardposted 13 years ago

    This girl that used to ride the bus with me in high school, her voice was so annoying and she ended every sentence as if it were a question and was always condescending to everyone. I couldn't stand to listen to her talk

  6. kallini2010 profile image81
    kallini2010posted 13 years ago


    I am the MOST annoying person.  The rest of the world can be avoided, the contact can be minimized...

    but myself... there is no hiding place.  When my emotions are out of control - that is pretty annoying.  People shuffling their feet - why does it bug me so much?  Sometimes I just want to come up to a person and say "Why are you dragging your feet as if you are one hundred years old?"

    You get the idea...

  7. mjawedr profile image60
    mjawedrposted 13 years ago

    ahhh that will be my highschool teacher L( , i cant forget her face.. she still comes in my dream and turns it into nightmares lol.

  8. That's the way profile image61
    That's the wayposted 13 years ago

    My physiology professor, she had unpredicted behavior and you could never tell what she will do... I guess she enjoyed to feel students fear. Awful person...

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    starsofeightposted 13 years ago

    There was this guy, Fred, who was notorious for backing someone into a corner, and talking non-stop.

    I used to tell him, "Fred! Dude, come up for air!"


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