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Getting out of the shower to answer a call on your mobile but your fingers are too wet for the touch screen to respond.

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People who wear sunglasses indoors/in clubs.
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You ever had the above issue? It's seriously frustrating! Very Happy
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Adding the suffix 'gate' to anything vaguely controversial.
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You ever had the above issue? It's seriously frustrating! Very Happy

No, but I can imagine. I'm not a techie. My phone cost £34.99.
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Phones that cost under £35 and have functions, like crappy video, that aren't quite good enough.
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One of my pet irritations is people talking loudly and incessantly on their mobile phones on public transport or in other public places, such as restaurants.  Why do they feel the need to let all the other passengers hear their one-sided conversations, something which in itself is an irritation?

Btw how did Edinburgh go, Nigel?  At least you got plenty of sunshine, although a chilly easterly breeze to go along with it.
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One of my pet irritations is people talking loudly and incessantly on their mobile phones on public transport or in other public places, such as restaurants. 
Quite agree, if I'm answering my phone in a public place, I try my best to keep it down.
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One of my pet irritations is people talking loudly and incessantly on their mobile phones on public transport or in other public places, such as restaurants?  Why do they feel the need to let all the other passengers hear their one-sided conversations, something which in itself is an irritation.

Btw how did Edinburgh go, Nigel?  At least you got plenty of sunshine, although a chilly easterly breeze to go along with it.


Yep, I noticed how people on the East coast of Scotland have different expectations of weather. The zoo guide kept telling us what a stunningly hot day it was. It was about 15 degrees with a cold Northerly breeze. We were shivering. Good weekend, though. Love your city.
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People who feel the need to say "How are you?" at the start of every business phone call, what's more irritating is I'm getting the habit which pisses me off massively.
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People who feel the need to say "How are you?" at the start of every business phone call, what's more irritating is I'm getting the habit. It pisses me off massively.

Yep, cut to the chase! They don't give a monkey's how you are.
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Yep, cut to the chase! They don't give a monkey's how you are.
Exactly, I don't consider myself particularly impressionable but if EVERYONE does it who phones you, it starts to creep up on you.
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The moment when you're sitting on the loo and realise you've not replaced the toilet roll. Options at this point aren't attractive.
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The moment when you're sitting on the loo and realise you've not replaced the toilet roll. Options at this point aren't attractive.
The moment when you're sitting on the loo and someone decides to take a sh*t right next to you. The options are this: Pretend you're not there or end prematurely.
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Slow overtaking - like lorry drivers who suddenly think '52 is way too slow - I want to do 53'.
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