When I was at school and another person behind me would put their feet on the back of my desk and shake their legs, thus shaking the back of my chair.
One day, I was in a bad mood, so out of nowhere, I said "STOP!!!!" Everyone looked at me because... I'm normally eh... quiet and "mousy."
People who use a certain uh... *Cough cough* important book just as an excuse to hate someone for being different or for their lifestyle.
Don't hate me, but despite enjoying America and being American, I absolutely hate how America is overly-sensitive about offending anyone. It leads to the most ridiculous
situations and/or debates, especially when it's something that I'm pretty sure isn't going to offend someone.
As long as they keep it at sensible levels, I'm fine with it, such as "If it's against your culture to do the Pledge of Allegiance, you don't have to."
When someone tells me to calm down when I already am.
Seriously, it's best that no one ever says that to me or else my temper will just flare up again.
The name Maggie. It reminds me of maggots, no matter what I do.
People from school who make fun of me for playing pretend in kindergarten.
Everyone who makes fun of me for that is a judgmental idiot.