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    Food noises. Especially DH - ffs its not hard to chew with your mouth shut or not slurp your drink.

    Dh cutting his toenails in the living room....ewww

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    People who say they have the flu when they just have a cold...

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    People who they say they have a migraine when they have a headache. They are completely different things!!
    People who say somethink and anythink.
    Children that don't say please and thank you.

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    Getting spiked in the eye by people who put up their umbrellas without looking to see if anyone is nearby (in line waiting for bus etc)

    Shop assistants who ask leading questions after you have politely told them you were just browsing thanks. EG 'so are you after something for yourself today?' 'Did you want clothes for work or for casual'. I don't like being pressured to buy something, and if you pressure me all that will happen is I will walk out of your shop and buy it somewhere else.

    Clickbait and deliberately misleading news articles.

    Servos that don't have a diesel pump

    People talking very loudly in an open plan office - please either talk more quietly or go into a side office.

    When the kids put clothes in the wash basket they only wore for an hour which aren't dirty.

    Overly sweetened food, like yoghurt, pasta sauce, baked beans etc

    Most pants not being long enough for my legs and give me cold ankles

    Microsoft edge browser - so many functions missing, and too many windows updates
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    I agree that a lot of people misuse the term migraine for a plain old headache,which is really frustrating for those of us who get severe, debilitating migraines because it minimises the issue. (I have had migraines so bad I was crouched on the floor in pain, vomiting, complete with loss of vision and shaking! Lucky I don't get them too often)

    I have since become aware here are different types of migraines though, and not all are severe.

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    If someone is well enough to be able to complain about their migraine then they don't have one

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    Default Pet Hates

    One of my pet hates is when people unnecessarily use the word 'personally' in a sentence. Eg. 'I personally have a cat.' 'I personally don't eat meat'. Just say I have a cat and I don't eat meat! Drives me nuts. I notice it quite a bit on Bubhub.

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    I do this a lot, I think its because I don't want to offend people. As in, 'I personally don't like Chinese food', for example, I would say it because I don't wish to cause offense to people that do like Chinese food. It sounds more mild, if that makes sense

    I say literally too much as well!

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    Oh man, that one.
    Saying 'literally' when it's figurative!
    "Oh, I literally DIED when I saw what she'd bought me" ummm, did you now?

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    People who say "aksk" instead of ask...


 

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