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JACOBryanBURNS
11-04-06, 02:22
What is the absolutely MOST IRRITATING THING your spouse/boyfriend/girlfriend/partner/fiance/friend(s) do that just drives you MAD?

Right now for me would be trying to webconference with my fiance and having him BLOW ME OFF FOR THE DAMNED TELEVISION. Oh how I love talking to the back of his head. :mad:

SUGARPIE
11-04-06, 02:24
Football was the one that killed my marriage :(

JACOBryanBURNS
11-04-06, 02:26
:mad: SPORTS AND (don't shoot me forum members) VIDEO GAMES can be LETHAL. Hence the TELEVISION complaint. :mad:

And I'm sorry for about your marriage, Lo. :hug:

SpongeBob Lover
11-04-06, 02:30
my friend is really nice but when shes with her other friend she acts like a *****. :hea: its so stupid

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Shauni
11-04-06, 02:34
Not getting to spend time together because he wants to do something else with someone else.. Especially when it's a female "someone", even though it's insisted to be merely a "friends only" type of friendship. Buggered the patience out of me on a few occasions. <_<

But what really kills me is when he went out on vacation with his gal "friend" to Paris, France for a whole week without asking me if I was even interested joining them! This was while we still together too. :( He never even officially invited me, but he said it was be "cool" to have had me there after he came back. ???What??? ~_~

Tramp
11-04-06, 02:50
Selfishness. Enough Said.

JACOBryanBURNS
11-04-06, 02:53
:ohn: You said it, Kate :ohn:

mtts06
11-04-06, 03:08
:oI have this religious friend and like uber religious, and i'm just getting annoyed by the whole "christianity" thing...not that i'm against it, just theres a limit to everything and he goes way beyond it....:rolleyes:

Tramp
11-04-06, 03:15
Those who spruke Christianity usually aren't Christians. There is a big difference.

stereopathic
11-04-06, 03:17
my last couple of girlfriends have made the unfortunate error of banging my friends. :mad:

JACOBryanBURNS
11-04-06, 03:18
I can relate. Like my Uncle Mike is a Christian missionary in India. Now is trying to force your religion and beliefs on another person really promoting proper Christianity?

JACOBryanBURNS
11-04-06, 03:19
Infidelity is ABSOLUTELY the worst form of betrayal. They don't exactly sound like your friends, mate.

madderakka
11-04-06, 03:19
****ing me off and then trying to cuddle with me or kiss me. if you tick me off leave me the hell alone!

stereopathic
11-04-06, 03:21
Infidelity is ABSOLUTELY the worst form of betrayal. They don't exactly sound like your friends, mate.

you said it. funny how easily some people will throw away a life-long friendship.

Tramp
11-04-06, 03:21
Exactly my point Jacob. A true Christian doesn't need to force their beliefs on to others. I think it is un-Christian as it shows you have no understanding or compassion and that is a lot of what Christianity is about.

mtts06
11-04-06, 03:23
Now is trying to force your religion and beliefs on another person really promoting proper Christianity?

Oh yes.....like totally....trust me I've been having "religion class" this past school year and i'm going insane! :mad::hea:

stereopathic
11-04-06, 03:23
but then this is the same religion that wages the crusades and eradicated as many religions as it could possibly muster. they're also responsible for the loss of the egyptian written language.

Tramp
11-04-06, 03:27
Stereo there is a big difference between Religion and Christianity.

stereopathic
11-04-06, 03:29
no doubt about that, kate.

madderakka
11-04-06, 03:30
And it wasn't "Christians" who launched the crusades, it was "catholics" who lived hundreds of years ago: the religion has evolved since then

stereopathic
11-04-06, 03:34
the crusades were despicable and carried out by a corrupted catholic church (not even close to the modern catholics). the atrocities being carried out today in the name of the christian god are no less sinister in nature, just more socially acceptable.

JACOBryanBURNS
11-04-06, 03:36
BUT.... is the crusades one of the most irritating things your spouse/boyfriend/girlfriend/partner/fiance/friend(s) partakes in? Slightly off topic. :D

stereopathic
11-04-06, 03:36
hahaha!! sorry bout that!

stereopathic
11-04-06, 03:44
lemme try to kick start this thread a little. my ex-g/f was always absurdly jealous. once we were out to eat at chili's and the waitress got her burger order wrong. (put mayo on it or something). my ex blurts, "well if you weren't so busy staring at my boyfriend you mighta got my order right!" the waitress did no more than look at me while i told her what i wanted. it was just that girl's overwhelming insecurities. and this was no isolated incident, either.

madderakka
11-04-06, 04:04
going ""mmmhmm, okay" etc while not even listening to me

stereopathic
11-04-06, 04:08
you should hit them with a, "what was i just talking about?" :)

madderakka
11-04-06, 04:11
I do and he gets the deer in the headlights look :eek: lol

HollabackBoy
11-04-06, 04:13
my last couple of girlfriends have made the unfortunate error of banging my friends. :mad:

:yik:

JACOBryanBURNS
11-04-06, 05:08
So lets compile a list...

-:mad: sports
-:mad: gaming
-:mad: television
-:mad: selfishness
-:mad: infidelity
-:mad: jealousy at the point of stupidity
-:vlol:the crusades
-:mad: religious banter
-:mad: untimely affection
-:mad: ditching you for another

JACOBryanBURNS
11-04-06, 05:09
Oy, the lauging fellow in the post above is beating on the angry blokes head below him!

madderakka
11-04-06, 05:11
stop the smiley abuse!

Maureen Errant
11-04-06, 06:34
What drives me absolutely NUTS is that as SOON as his head hits the PILLOW he's ASLEEP and SNORING.................While I.........I spend hours staring at the ceiling................:hea:
Actually I read a lot and wear ear plugs:jmp:

and if he's not sleeping..............he just goes on and on about the Crusades:ton:

HollabackBoy
11-04-06, 07:14
What drives me absolutely NUTS is that as SOON as his head hits the PILLOW he's ASLEEP and SNORING.................While I.........I spend hours staring at the ceiling................:hea:

Men... :rolleyes: Can't live with 'em and can't live without 'em. :D lol

Melonie Tomb Raider
11-04-06, 07:22
I don't have a bf so I guess I can't be irritated by some one I don't have. :p lol!

Maureen Errant
11-04-06, 07:23
Totally agree with you there..........................but they could sleep in a seperate bed.....................in a different room.................preferably in the cellar.....................of someone else's house.:jmp: :jmp: :jmp:

Shark_Blade
11-04-06, 08:52
Forget what I said.:ton:
Too shy to admit.

xMyrax
11-04-06, 10:20
Show offs :rolleyes:

Shark_Blade
11-04-06, 10:32
Show offs :rolleyes:
?:confused:

Geck-o-Lizard
11-04-06, 10:50
The Crusades? How did that get in here? :vlol:

What annoys me is when all my friends go out somewhere, like ice skating or into town, and they don't invite me or chat about it later when I'm around. Or when I do get invited but they completely ignore me and freak out at me when I try and join in the conversation. Or when I'm talking and they immediately butt in and start discussing something entirely different and leave me behind. Or when they start harrassing me about how I don't have and don't want a boyfriend or girlfriend, convinced I've got one that I'm just keeping secret from them. Or when they've fallen out with each other and all come crawling back to me looking for company. :mad:

Guess what's happening this summer? One of my friends has invited me on holiday with her and her family to Italy for a fortnight... and I swear she's only picked me to spite my other friend who she's fallen out with over a boy. I agreed just because I don't give a damn about their petty relationship problems any more and a fortnight in Italy would be a welcome break from Scottish rain. ;)

jarhead
11-04-06, 10:51
i hate it when your in an exam and your mind is blank so you dont do your best and then the minute you walk out you suddenly could write about it for ages

Geck-o-Lizard
11-04-06, 10:54
i hate it when your in an exam and your mind is blank so you dont do your best and then the minute you walk out you suddenly could write about it for ages

:eek:

English is the worst for that. Got an hour and a half to write two thorough essays about literature we've studied... so forty-five minutes apiece... and always you rush through it because you've got loads to say, but for the first half hour you can't think of anything, and try to cram it all in during the last 15 mins when you've just figured out what to write.

YvesSL
11-04-06, 11:04
What is the absolutely MOST IRRITATING THING your spouse/boyfriend/girlfriend/partner/fiance/friend(s) do that just drives you MAD?

Right now for me would be trying to webconference with my fiance and having him BLOW ME OFF FOR THE DAMNED TELEVISION. Oh how I love talking to the back of his head. :mad:
WTF?! How old are you?!

Elysia
11-04-06, 11:14
He has to be completely in the right, all the time, even if he has no frickin' clue what he is talking about. And even if I prove to him that he is unequivocably wrong, then there's something wrong with what we're talking about and not him.

Case in point - 'The release date of the Original Tomb Raider'

Me: 'It's been 10 years since the original TR canme out! Wow... 10 years...'
Him: 'It came out in 1995.
Me: No, it didn't... 1996
Him: No, 1995. Because I bought the playstation in 1996 and TR had already been out for a year.
Me:... no it came out in 1996. Look, it says so on the box.
Him: Hmmm. Well, it must be a misprint. It came out in 1995.
Me: Remember, we got the PS for Christmas... TR was out earlier in the year. But it was still 1996.
Him: No--- I think you're wrong. I'm sure it was 1995.
Me: BUT IT CAME OUT IN 1996!! IT SAYS SO ON THE BOX! AND IN THE GAME!
Him: *Gives me a pitying look*
Me: *cries, begin banging head against wall repeatedly...*

After booting up the game and pointing out that it did indeed come out in 1996, HE IS STILL NOT WRONG! Oh no. I 'confused him' over dates because I got TR so late in the year and that 'made it seem like it had been out longer'. For the love of god... JUST ADMIT YOU WERE BLOODY WELL WRONG!!!

It's not just him, though. A lot of my male friends seem to have this inability to be wrong... it is genetic? Or just confined to the Ubernerds of this world?

gazhammer
11-04-06, 11:24
I was really enjoying that "RELIGION" correspondence.

Personally i have no religion and i truly believe that anyone who has, must have the odd loose screw?:cln:

The very same people that believe in "GOD" will laugh at those who choose to be taken in by the whole "ALIEN" conspiracy's and i think... how dare you?, one is basically the other.

Think about this too!, take away religion and imagine how much more peaceful the World would be?. Add up all the Wars that are going on all over the planet, then take away Religion and add up how many would still be being fought?... Not Many!!!.

Its a big joke and a big con, check out how much money runs through the hands of the so called "Religious Leaders" and the like?, it a multi billion dollar business and its there to make money from the likes of us.

Sorry about the :rant:, i'm not an "Anti Religious Nut" or anything, it just suprises me how many millions of ordinary people are duped by the so called word of "GOD" all over the World!!!.

:eng:

Shark_Blade
11-04-06, 11:29
It's not just him, though. A lot of my male friends seem to have this inability to be wrong... it is genetic? Or just confined to the Ubernerds of this world?
I've got a roomate like that last semester. Really bugs me. He's just fricking stubborn and he wants all to be his way.He's antisocial and books and yoyo were his only friends. I almost went insane listening to his yoyo...he kept playing it in the room even I told him to play outside a million times:mad:

He's a nerd who talks all about studies and cgpa. We argued a lot and kepts with his nerd ways it makes me sick.

I'm glad I changed my room now and stays with a friend who is adaptable,fun and more human being.

TombRaiderLover
11-04-06, 11:31
My friend always walks off and shares his secrets with my other friend, and he never shares his secrets with me!

Paperdoll
11-04-06, 11:48
I had a friend that used to share very sordid details with me... without me even asking... don't offer to be a crying shoulder because later you'll get how he and the girl he was with sounded like a porn movie. If I'd get into details, I'd just start laughing my ass off but then I'd get banned lol.

I hate it when my best friend gets jealous of other guys...like wtf? You're my friend, almost like my brother, not my boyfriend *sigh* and then when he needs to, he's all about telling me about some girl that he likes.

When the boyfriend says "I love you" over and over...I heard you the first time, now just shut up. Instead of having a conversation, he just has a monologue about how he loves me. It just makes me want to slap him.

Elysia
11-04-06, 11:49
I've got a roomate like that last semester. Really bugs me. He's just fricking stubborn and he wants all to be his way.He's antisocial and books and yoyo were his only friends. I almost went insane listening to his yoyo...he kept playing it in the room even I told him to play outside a million times:mad:

He's a nerd who talks all about studies and cgpa. We argued a lot and kepts with his nerd ways it makes me sick.

I'm glad I changed my room now and stays with a friend who is adaptable,fun and more human being.
Ouch! Sounds like you did the wisest thing ;)

Unfortunatley (well, not really unfortunately, I love him to bits, but sometimes, just sometimes, I'd like to stick pins in him...), I'm married to my nerd, so I have to take the rough with the smooth...

Satu
11-04-06, 11:53
IWhen the boyfriend says "I love you" over and over...I heard you the first time, now just shut up. Instead of having a conversation, he just has a monologue about how he loves me. It just makes me want to slap him.

lol mine does the same thing it's like enough already I know you love me and the worst part is that he waits for me to say it back, it's like this ritual back and forth back and forth with the I love you's.

Paperdoll
11-04-06, 11:56
I never said in almost a year...but as things are going I don't think that I'll ever say it, I prefer a good conversaion to cuddling and saying I love you. And all I get is that kind of guys, haven't I got such great taste :rolleyes: anyway :p other things that annoy me.

All of my friends seem to think that I look like a marriage therapist. I end up knowing all about their sexual and love lives without even asking a single thing! This is what I get for being overly nice to them XD

Shark_Blade
11-04-06, 12:02
Ouch! Sounds like you did the wisest thing ;)

Unfortunatley (well, not really unfortunately, I love him to bits, but sometimes, just sometimes, I'd like to stick pins in him...), I'm married to my nerd, so I have to take the rough with the smooth...
Thank you Elysia:D
And sorry, I didn't mean anything about your husband,only the stubborness part.;)

Eleanna123
11-04-06, 12:03
I hate it when I even bother to mention something interesting and try to make a conversation and he just answers with a plain "yes".
Or when he asks me what I had for dinner. Who cares?!

angelika
11-04-06, 12:17
I think, talking about religion and politics, always turns out bad.
Me and my fiance. you are together for almost 5 years. We totally disagree on those two matters mostly in politics. So we 've made a silent agreement not to talk about it any more, maybe mension sth but not talking about it unless we want to heard in the whole continent.


But besides what all you fellows said I think the most irritating thing and also sad is lack of communication and undestanding between the couple.

MizzCroft007
11-04-06, 12:25
When people who you love don't talk to you, haha. I'm being a little selfish, but.... :D

jarhead
11-04-06, 12:39
your not ebing selfish at all. i think the most irritating thing is the fact that the general chat threat is going to pot. :D . (nice easy hint there) :p . no i hate it when someone takes your idea and uses them to their advantages and they get recognised

CerebralAssassin
11-04-06, 12:40
i hate it when your in an exam and your mind is blank so you dont do your best and then the minute you walk out you suddenly could write about it for ages
oh no,don't get me started on exams now...

Maureen Errant
11-04-06, 16:33
What drives me nuts about my friends is that when I see them sober they act normal but as soon as they get drunk they are all over me.............telling my how wonderful I am, how much they like me etc. Why can't they say that when they are sober. I don't like being fawned over by someones who's drunk. To me it doesn't mean anything if it's being said when your drunk.........ya know.

Gecko.........Hi.......hope you get to enjoy your time in Italy....lucky, lucky 'lil lizard.:cln: