We all have different things that get under our skin, many times to an extreme irritation. Certain things set some people off have no effect on other. Some of mine are, the people seated behind you on a plane rushing up and blocking you in, those people in the grocery line that pay in change then read the receipt.
So what’s bugging you?
People looking down at their bloody phones while driving. People that say "It's all good." People that say "legit". People that tailgate.
People that pluralize a golfer's name to make some sort of half-ass point: "He may not be as good as the Koepkas or Johnstons or McIlroys, but he's good enough to win any given tournament."
People that pose the question: "Are UFOs real?" The question is idiotic. An Unidentified Flying Object does not automatically equate to Alien Craft from another galaxy or dimension or parallel universe. It's just that: an UNIDENTIFIED FLYING OBJECT. Whether or not it's real is irrelevant unless the observer is schizophrenic and prone to hallucinations. The proper question to ask is "How many UFOs are alien spacecraft?"
I agree with @ian about the UFO thing, I've said that so many times.
Also while I'm typing here- go watch the Joe Rogan podcast with the "tic-tac" UFO pilot guy. Blew my mind.
These kids these days. No ,but lately people saying "this song slaps". I know there's all sorts of slang and all but that one seems like people should be aware of how stupid it sounds.
Time. Time is bugging me.
Black Widow Spiders on the prowl. Just stay put please. I don't need to see you walking on the floor at toe level. It's not cool, man.
I live on the first floor in NYC. The USPS, UPS, and Fedx (and sometimes just regular people) often just ring every bell on the first floor to get in. If I have the energy, I stand up, get my phone, buzz them in and then yell at them while video recording and tell them I'm going to get them fired. I also mention that, in fact (and this is real), it's a misdemeanor in the state of new york. It's not only against their employer's policy, it's against the law. Luckily the landlord has a camera in the hall so when I start shouting I point at the camera and go "See that camera? See it? So WHAT ARE YOU GOING TO FUCKING DO RIGHT NOW?"