For me it is when men leave the toilet seat up. -_-
It is so infuriating!
i have fallen into toilet bowls in the middle of the night because of this!
I told my guy friend please put down the toilet seat when you're finished, a female lives here and his response: why dont you leave the toilet seat up for me!!
But i digress, what is the one thing the opposite sex does, and even your own sex does that irritates the hell out of ya?
It can be as trivial as what i said or as serious as you'd like, if it is a more serious response than mine say why and try not to generalise. ;)
p. s i hate when females say they dont like girls :( thats my pet peeve for girls
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Well, I guess you'd love to have me as flatmate then... cuz I'm one of those few guys who always sits down. My mom taught it to my brother and me when we were little to always sit down even when we pee and it sort of has become a habit for me (I don't know about him). I live together with my girlfriend and our toilet seat is always down 24/7 :-). I have to say that it also bothers me when I go to public toilet and other guys left the seat up before I go into a stall (luckily it doesn't happen so often cuz most guys pee at the urinals and only go into the stalls for pooping).
Anyways, here are my two things that really bother me:
About girls: I like girls when they're on their own but I really hate to be around women in a big group. They just tend to become so nasty and vicious. For example I study at university and I see girls in groups doing stuff that guys just wouldn't do. They can be incredibly heartless and mean, both to members of their own sex as well as to members of the opposite sex. I can live with most female qualities that other guys find tough to accept but this one really bothers me. All this constant gossiping and talking behind other people's backs and laughing at people who are outsiders to their own group etc. really gets on my nerves. It also bewilders me because women can be very caring when they're on their own but when they're together with their girlfriend, they often become a bunch of mean, asocial bitches. I also don't understand why many girls always have to do everything together with their girlfriends. I get it: you're in love with your friends. That's alright. But does that really mean you need to drag your friends everywhere, even when you just need to take a piss?
About guys: Not all, but many guys can be extremely intolerant. Generally speaking, men tend to be more politically conservative and more stuck-up then women and that is something that really bothers me. One attitude that bothers me in particular is this guy-attitude towards homosexuality and gender diversity. When straight guys meet a gay guy, they always feel this intense need to make absolutely sure that they're 100% straight. It has fallen out of fashion to say "homosexuality is disgusting" but it still seems like most straight guys basically want to say to the world "if you're gay, you're disgusting... but that's okay. I'll accept you in your disgustingness as fellow being. It's not your fault. But please, please, don't get too close with your absolutely1