It pisses me off that when I try to summarize the itemization (because it's boring and I want to get it over with), people assume I left something out ... and inevitably try to explain to me what I already know.
When people try to tell me the definitions of the vocabulary they are using when speaking to me. (This is excepting discussion on appropriate definitions) I immediately zone out and lose interest in these people.
If I am not familiar with your linguistic styling, which is unlikely, I will either ask you or find the answer independently.
Or when people are spelling things for you over the phone (addresses etc) and the way they enunciate the letters mutates their sounds into something other than the language intended.
How I am expected to follow some guideline on how to use my sexuality and femininity to "get my way", and instead of being supported by women I work/study with for my choice not to, I am constantly criticized for being somehow against equal gender rights for being private about that side of my identity.
When people use the ridiculous argument tactic of insulting or debating the qualities of a person to distract from the fact that they have no statements or evidence against the issue at hand. Occasionally entertaining, but rarely productive.
When people ask you silly questions about a subject right before an exam to boost their own egos. Regardless of your answer, this person has just "won" their ego by "knowing more than you" by asking this question. It's annoying and makes me hate you. Stop it.
"Beware Those Who Are ALWAYS READING BOOKS" - Bukowski