I think everyone in the world has some type of pet peeve. I, personally, actually have quite a few, but I thought for a bit and choose 5 of my biggest pet peeves.
1. Noisy eaters
I just cannot stand people chewing loudly. I understand some food is just really loud to chew, but I know some people that chew with their mouth open and make that annoying smacking sound. It’s gross. Please stop.
2. Someone interrupts me
I say when someone interrupts me, but really just when someone interrupts anyone. I know that it accidentally happens all the time because there have been plenty of times when I’ll excitedly remember something and it’ll just come out of my mouth. The kind of interrupting I’m talking about is when it seems like someone just won’t let me talk. I used to just shut up and let them talk but now I’ll stare at them and say “Hello, I was talking.” …. I’ve gotten to where I can speak my mind more.
Honestly, I was just going to put “When drivers don’t use their turning signal,” but honestly “drivers” fit it better. I HATE driving. I always have. But other people’s driving annoy me even more (well, when I’m driving). I have severe road rage against people who don’t use their blinkers, people not paying enough attention, those who drive too slow, those who drive too fast.. pretty much those who exist. I know I’m not the best driver, but I at least know how a blinker works.
I can’t stand to litter. I love the earth. I’m going to have to have to live on it for hopefully at least 50 more years and I want it to be as clean as possible. I don’t even through my gum out the window anymore. I once saw this article where a bird can come and eat that gum and choke and die. I don’t want any birds dying so I try not to litter at all. I beg you not to litter either.
5. Cursing around children
This is one of my biggest pet peeves. I cringe so much when someone curses a lot around children. I am always getting onto my friends when they curse around kids. I also cringe when someone curses around people that don’t like cursing. I try to be respectful.
Please be respectful.