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Outlaw Biker Viking

Types of people you can’t stand

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paperbagdude
On 10/13/2019 at 2:47 PM, Billy Russo said:

People who put their bag next to them on the bus when people clearly need seats.

lol, gotta admit I am one of those ass hats. When I took the bus to high school (especially in the morning), I would leave my bag on the seat and pretend I was sleeping, because I wasn't comfortable sitting next to someone I didn't know too well.

 

I mean, people would only have to stand up for a 10-12 minute ride, but I did feel bad about it though.

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B7R

Special members who come into discussions and jump to conclusions (you already know how much I hate people jumping to conclusions) saying your the reason for this & that and that I'm a toxic person when for starters they don't even know me and this was all over a minor suggestion about how a feature in a game could be redesigned or how it should've been from the start.

 

Our trains in my region run as DMU's ( diesel multiple unit) that only consist of two DMU's. Of a weekday these trains can get filled up pretty fast and the commute into town takes a good 45 minutes give or take. In the carriage the seat layout is like this

 

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<<< .... >> (arrows representing seating setup) the seats can be changed from front facing seats to rear facing seats & vice versa. What sh*ts me is that some special entitled cases will hog the the 3 seat chair setup across from them and won't interchange the seat leading to reduced seating. That or their friend is setting across from them in the other interchangeable 3-set seat.  You know how packed the trains are, how about interchanging the seat your on so someone doesn't have to stand for almost an hours commute. Sometimes it's always the younger people doing this thing. 

 

 

 

 

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Cameron Star

People who are really loud and vocal when they yawn, or people who say "achoo" rather than actually sneezing like a normal person. Those people are not getting my blessing.

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Billy Russo

People that sell items and state that it's in 'good condition' when it's obviously scuffed and not in good condition at all. So scummy. Be honest, it goes a long way in this world.

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Benny Guy
6 minutes ago, Billy Russo said:

People that sell items and state that it's in 'good condition' when it's obviously scuffed and not in good condition at all. So scummy. Be honest, it goes a long way in this world.

Ooh, another!

 

Low-ballers on any given item that's actually, legitimately good condition and well taken care of.

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Billy Russo
7 minutes ago, Benny Guy said:

Ooh, another!

 

Low-ballers on any given item that's actually, legitimately good condition and well taken care of.

Facebook Marketplace is bad for that. I've sold a few things before, and I ALWAYS get a couple that haggle and try to get me to lower the price.

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thehambone

"Friends" who turn on you at the drop of a hat.

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Mister Pink
14 hours ago, Billy Russo said:

Facebook Marketplace is bad for that. I've sold a few things before, and I ALWAYS get a couple that haggle and try to get me to lower the price.

Haggling is expected. But yeah, those guys that really give ridiculously low offers, or low-ballers as Benny puts them. It's just a waste of time for everyone. 

 

 

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Billy Russo
2 hours ago, Mister Pink said:

Haggling is expected. But yeah, those guys that really give ridiculously low offers, or low-ballers as Benny puts them. It's just a waste of time for everyone. 

 

 

I don't mind polite people that have a conversation first and then ask if they can have £10 off or whatever. It's not a big deal to me.

 

It's those guys that jump right in and are wanting it for like £25-30 less than I put it up for. They must think I'm stupid.

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spectre07

People who are clearly fishing for compliments.

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Cameron Star

People who act like life is a contest.

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Billy Russo
13 hours ago, Cameron Star said:

People who act like life is a contest.

Technically it is, sometimes. When you go to an interview you are competing against everyone else for the position. I think secretly everyone has a bit of jealousy in them about what others have. Not going to lie, when I see people with crazy gaming set-ups I get jealous as hell. But in a good way. Just like "Man, look how much hard work they put in to their set-up, I want that."

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Benny Guy

People that make a big deal of small things.

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Standard Deluxe 59

People who get bent out of shape if you don't answer them back within five minutes.

People who disregard my "Please don't join my parties without an invitation" statement on my profile and just barge right in. Even worse when said inconsiderate joiner doesn't even know anyone else in said party and runs their mouth.

 

I've only had those problems with PlayStation friends, never real life ones.

 

I should by extension add, PlayStation friends who can't understand why I don't consider them to be on the same level  as real life friends despite it being plain and simple: they're voices behind pixels not people I can actually see, meet, touch or do things beyond playing a game with. 

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MadHammerThorsteen

Middle managers who micromanage, yet miss crucial details at the macro level, creating massive operational problems.

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Cameron Star
8 hours ago, Billy Russo said:

Technically it is, sometimes. When you go to an interview you are competing against everyone else for the position. I think secretly everyone has a bit of jealousy in them about what others have. Not going to lie, when I see people with crazy gaming set-ups I get jealous as hell. But in a good way. Just like "Man, look how much hard work they put in to their set-up, I want that."

Well I'm really talking about the ones who always have to prove something or show how they're better than everyone else in every aspect of their life. Narcissists, basically.

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EkaSwede

People who almost always end their sentences with "..." instead of a just full stop. That's a great way of coming off as an airheaded ditz, you know.

 

It's okay if your post only has one sentence, but if it has about five or six sentences and EVERY SENTENCE ends with an ellipsis you are an IDIOT!

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spectre07

People who distract the customer service in stores/bank because they know each other with a long personal conversation.

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SonOfLiberty

-People who use death as an attention seeking device. I don't mean if your mother or father died and you post it up on Facebook, but people who expect others to give them sympathy just because someone close to them died. We've all been there before. It's hard to lose someone close to you, but it's life. We move on. It's disrespectful to the deceased to use their death as some kind of beneficial opportunity. 

 

-I think I'm just getting older, but I can't stand most high school kids. I catch a train everyday so usually they're on there. They piss me off. Always yelling, screaming, swearing etc. Ah just shut the f*ck up. I mean it's only been 17 years or so since I finished high school, but I feel like an old bastard already wanting to be like Clint Eastwood in Gran Torino telling them to get off my lawn at the end of a shotgun. 

 

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paperbagdude
32 minutes ago, SonOfLiberty said:

-People who use death as an attention seeking device. I don't mean if your mother or father died and you post it up on Facebook, but people who expect others to give them sympathy just because someone close to them died. We've all been there before. It's hard to lose someone close to you, but it's life. We move on. It's disrespectful to the deceased to use their death as some kind of beneficial opportunity. 

This sh*t right here. I know a couple of girls that has this weekly/monthly tendency on social media, where they will post a picture of their (parents/grandparents) gravestone and remind everyone how much they miss them etc., even years after they passed away.

 

I think it is alright to write a tribute about a deceased loved one on social media shortly after their death to honor their life and memory, inform people about the upcoming funeral etc., but otherwise, I would prefer myself and others to keep grieving a private, personal matter.

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spectre07

People who try too hard to be cute and are faking it really bad.

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Outlaw Biker Viking

People who make death hoaxes about another person whom they have a petty grudge against. Seriously, words cannot even describe how rude, disrespectful, and inconsiderate it is! I wish to no longer talk about it because it literally makes me want to puke blood.

 

I’ve only been out of high school for two years, and just like SonOfLiberty, I already can’t stand high school students either! They swear, yell, scream, act all rowdy, and are even perhaps a bit TOO hip. Middle school and elementary school aged students are really no better. In THEIR case, I’m like “Uh, where are your parents and do they even know you’re using foul language and acting out like that?” School aged kids in general these days, whether they’re elementary, middle, or high school, just don’t seem to know when to shut the f*ck up!

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Grotti Vigilante

Living in the UK, I think I ought to chip in with an issue only northerners will understand. I am of course referring to the scum that take part in this so-called "Mischief Night". What sounds like a night of pranks on the general public is nothing more than acts of vandalism carried out by a bunch of awful teenagers and even children. Smashing cars and buildings, starting fires and attacking the police and firefighters are some of the things these people get up to if they aren't throwing eggs and flour all over the place. There is absolutely no justification for these people doing what they do, and it's outrageous that I have to lock my doors and watch my back around this time of year. I am sure some New Jersey folk might be familiar with a similar night of the year.

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trip
11 hours ago, Grotti Vigilante said:

I am sure some New Jersey folk might be familiar with a similar night of the year.

I'm not from Jersey...thank goodness. :)

I'm across the bridge in Philadelphia.  Kinda miss the annual burning of Camden.

 

semi-related:

My wife and I wanted mischief night as our wedding day.  Since we got married in the courthouse we didnt really have a bunch of dates to work with...so we managed to get the day before mischief nigh.  Married 23 years now.  :)

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Short Stay
On 10/21/2019 at 12:14 AM, Benny Guy said:

People that make a big deal of small things.

Whadda ya mean make a big deal out of small things. How do you know what is big and what is small? What's big to you could be small to someone else and cosa nostra.  And what's important to you could be unambiguous to the little guy. Jeeeeezus, I mean get a slip and grip your uncle.

 

 

 

:p

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Cameron Star

People who leave a little bit of food or drink in the container, not enough to actually eat but just enough so they don't have to wash it / throw the container out.

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spectre07

People who go to concerts and yells the lyrics in others people's ears so they can't hear anything.

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Short Stay
On 11/2/2019 at 10:48 AM, trip said:

I'm not from Jersey...thank goodness. :)

I'm across the bridge in Philadelphia.  Kinda miss the annual burning of Camden.

You've really got a thing about Noo Jursey.  Why not  lie down on this couch and tell us how it all began.

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trip
37 minutes ago, Short Stay said:

You've really got a thing about Noo Jursey.  Why not  lie down on this couch and tell us how it all began.

I'm from Philadelphia. It's bread into us.

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The Odyssey

Friends who talk sh*t about other friends when they're not around.

 

Every time this happens I can fairly assume this person isn't to be trusted and would also bitch about me given the opportunity. Either man up and confront them about the issues you have with them or shut the f*ck up. 

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