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    Make them repeat the same instruction twice, understand it, then completely ignore it saying "I don't know what to do," In the whinyest voice possible.

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    The most frustrating thing I find is when people make no attempt to defend their points logically. If something cannot be expressed logically, it should be rethought until it can.

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    Beat them at chess.

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    Quote Originally Posted by PeaceBaby View Post
    Beat them at chess.
    And while your at it why not split some atoms too?

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    Let them clean the dishes manually:

    [URL]https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tEBvftJUwDw&t=0s[/URL]

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    (Whoa. What's happened to your P, Entropie?)

    Laughing it off when I'm trying to make a serious argument.

    Example. I'm quite passionate about global warming. The issue was brought up at school, and of course I came with graphs and figures, arguing why people should do anything about it and why even the smallest efforts are worthwile, saving you money in the bargain.
    Reaction: laughing, bantering, "Tamske is for the green party", "How do you come to school",...
    The focus has shifted from "global warming", a serious issue, to "look at Greeny Tamske"... I hate that.
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    I'm female. I just can't draw women

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    Just be yourself. (that is usually enough)

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    People who tell me or someone else to do something without a clear rationale of why we're supposed to be doing it.

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    christ, such hardcore Thinkers here.

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    set a problem with multiple answers or no correct answer....

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