The Things that Irritate you Most –
It is true that we all must have a lot of things that irritate us in our life, such as sleeplessness, late trains, traffic jams or other else. First on the list of irritating things is traffic jams. Going to town on weekends or holidays is never enjoyable because of the perpetual traffic jams that choke the streets.
The inability to move freely is already bad. To make things worse, there are irresponsible or poor drivers who cut across lanes without signaling, stop suddenly or generally do not seem to be aware of the danger they cause to others or to themselves. Another thing is people walking so slowly in the hallway. They take their time and never move out of your way. Then there are idiots who talk on the mobile phones while driving, or kids who stick their heads out of the window, kids who sit on their daddy’s lap. There are just too many damn people about, certainly in the big cities.
Finally reaching our destination brings no joy either because usually there is no place to park. So when we go to town, we go in pairs, one to drive and the other to get down to do whatever is necessary. Otherwise, we stay at home and avoid irritation.
The second most irritating thing is inconsiderate people. Examples are people who throw rubbish on sidewalks, roads and out of moving cars. Out of sight and out of mind for them, but how about others who have to put up with the rubbish or clean it up? Sadly the worst offenders are occupants of luxury cars.
If you’re a smoker, you’ll completely disagree with this one, but as a non-smoker, I have to say it. A lot of smokers complain that they are unfairly targeted. They’ve already been banned from smoking inside, and now people get offended when they smoke near them.
Mobile phones pealing in public topographic points are besides really annoying. Mobile phones ringing in public places are also very irritating, especially when the owner suddenly become oblivious to their surroundings when they answer the call. More than once I have been bumped into by phone-wielding buffoons who seemed to have become temporarily blind. And they don’t even apologize.
As the world’s population grows and grows, it is inevitable that irritations will also grow as we fight for living space. Different people have different living styles and these habits can irritate one another when two people live together. There is really no permanent solution, only a temporary one and that is to keep away from the sources of irritation as much as possible.