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Arreat
12-08-2006, 09:41 PM
I've a few:

I hate when people tease me about not having a GF, one of my friends tease me of being gay because of it. Even though she has caught me checking out her (female) friends one too many times. I'm not gay BTW.
-When people point out that I'm a quiet guy
-When people call me a stupid for tiny mistakes

Anthony
12-08-2006, 10:29 PM
When people randomly point out something about you and laugh about it. It doesn't have to happen to me, it could happen between two people infront of me and i'd still snap at the person pointing it out.

Rabish Bini
12-08-2006, 11:05 PM
-When people think they can beat me in Warlords Battlecry 2 without knowing, then I whoop their @$$.
-When people say I can't sing even though i'm better than them.
-When people knock me to the ground in a soccer match and don't help me get up.
-When people try to beat up my mates.
-When people make fun of the primary school I went to. Just 'cos I hated my primary school.

DarthAve
12-08-2006, 11:16 PM
-When sombody makes fun of the vest
-When I'm underestimated
-When people tell me of because they want to be mascot, but don't have my skills.

The Seeker
12-08-2006, 11:34 PM
When I get micromanaged about obvious things. Sort of makes me think the micromanager thinks I'm an idiot.

IG-64
12-08-2006, 11:58 PM
- When someone thinks I have a malicious and/or selfish intent about something when I really don't.
- When someone thinks I'm wrong because they've misunderstood me.
- When someone is over-critical of something.
- When someone tells me I did/didn't do something I know I didn't/did do. (if that makes sense)
- When people interrupt me a lot or generally ignore me.

Samuel Dravis
12-09-2006, 12:26 AM
- When someone thinks I have a malicious and/or selfish intent about something when I really don't.There are few things that will actually make me hopping mad. :p Some do get me annoyed though, and I had this one happen to me today. It's just irritating. It's not like they can peer into my brains or anything (that's gross), so any so-called intent they ascribe has no basis. They do succeed in getting their concern communicated though, so I guess it's not all that bad.

Det. Bart Lasiter
12-09-2006, 12:35 AM
I hate when I'm told to be the "bigger man" and apologize and/or let something go. Like "I know so-and-so got drunk and hit you in the face and nearly burned the house down making a grilled cheese at 3 AM but you should apologize to so-and-so for being cold towards them the day after. You have to think of their feelings too you know - even if you were in the right."

jebbers
12-09-2006, 12:46 AM
-when people ask too many questions about who i am. if i think you should know ill tell you. i like to keep to myself.
-when my ex used to ask me if i thought every girl i saw was hot.
-when people answer a phone in a movie theater. i still dont know the ending of The Descent. my ex's phone went off every 20 minutes or so. when she left to answer it for the fourth time i left. and i left her at the theater. and before you judge me. i warned her about it too. i told her if you answer your phone tonight, im leaving you here. and i did.

Spider AL
12-09-2006, 12:52 AM
I think you should have had her ejected from the cinema and stayed there yourself. Mobile phone users + cinematic experience + Spider = deceased mobile phone users... in my ideal world. ;)

milo
12-09-2006, 03:11 AM
When people call me a noob. AAARRRRGH! I friggin' hate that! Then I waste them and they come up with something like "U GOT LUCKY THAT TIME FAG". Pisses me off.

Sabretooth
12-09-2006, 03:56 AM
"If you don't know anything, don't say anything."

Makes me want to rip their noses with a crowbar.

I also hate it when people tell me something I already know and when I tell them that, they think I'm just trying to be smart. Ah, I hate people.

Black Knight of Keno
12-09-2006, 04:05 AM
I really don't get ticked off from actual phrases. More on the fact that when I say my final word on something, people still continue to argye their case to me. That's mostly the problem with my mom who still doesn't get the point of socialism even if me and my dad have tried to explain it for a few weeks now.

Anyways, here goes:
-When I am compared to my brothers
-When people whine about my beard
-When people can't understand how to write my name

Actually, I've tried to calm myself nowadays when people start asking how my name is written because it is an unusual name for someone from Finland, but someone it still ticks me off because I have to spell it for them four or five times before they actually get it right

Pho3nix
12-09-2006, 06:43 AM
Well I guess when people think I'm younger than I am and have prejudice against short people. The thing is dislike the most is if someone calls me nicknames like "Shortie" etc. Or when I have to show my ID for a PG15 movie, even though I'm 17.

Joetheeskimo
12-09-2006, 12:19 PM
One thing: When people don't take me seriously when I'm trying to be serious.

Pho3nix
12-09-2006, 12:56 PM
Actually, I've tried to calm myself nowadays when people start asking how my name is written because it is an unusual name for someone from Finland, but someone it still ticks me off because I have to spell it for them four or five times before they actually get it right

What's your name? :) If I may ask. My name is also quite rare in Finland. They never pronounce or spell it wrong though.

Black Knight of Keno
12-09-2006, 12:58 PM
Teo. Three simple letters, yet nobody can get them right. Pathetic, isn't it? :p

Pho3nix
12-09-2006, 01:03 PM
Teo. Three simple letters, yet nobody can get them right. Pathetic, isn't it? :p

Haha :D not really. My name also has three simple letters. It's Alf. :p

-EDIT-
I checked how many Teo's there are in Finland at Väestörekisterikeskus. Apparently there are only 496!. That's a small number compared to the 2189 Alf's.

Black Knight of Keno
12-09-2006, 01:27 PM
http://snoot.org/i/wuss/alf-cat.jpg

:p

jebbers
12-09-2006, 10:20 PM
i found a new one. i went to a STEMM (myspace.com/stemm) show last night. and i hate it went people dont know/ignore "mosh pit etiquette" so to say. like when some one falls you should help them up. well i fell a couple of times. and no one helped, i got covered by fat, sweaty guys. not fun.

MrWally
12-09-2006, 10:31 PM
That's why I stay away from mosh pits.

:)


EDIT: Actually, no, that's why I stay away from everything that could potentially contain stupid people.

BongoBob
12-09-2006, 11:26 PM
That sucks jebbers. Every concert I've been to I've had cool people that help out. Except for one, when me and some friends were at a big huge all day show, Authority Zero was playing, and we got in this huge circle pit, and this one dude shoved my friend josh down, and then stepped on him in the pit, while me and these 3 other guys are trying to help him up. Once we got him up, we punched him a couple times in the pit.

What I hate is when people mosh to non moshworthy songs. For instance. They tried to mosh at Bowling For Soup. And at Hoobastank. Just...no.

Samnmax221
12-09-2006, 11:28 PM
I hate when I'm told to be the "bigger man" and apologize and/or let something go. Like "I know so-and-so got drunk and hit you in the face and nearly burned the house down making a grilled cheese at 3 AM but you should apologize to so-and-so for being cold towards them the day after. You have to think of their feelings too you know - even if you were in the right."
Maybe you ought to make sure your dumb ass friends drink someplace else.

RoxStar
12-10-2006, 12:55 AM
Ignorance about health.

TiE23
12-10-2006, 01:22 AM
- When I'm telling people how to do something on a computer who is a noob, then they have the nerve to interrupt me to say I'm wrong when they shouldn't be saying ****.
- When my mom asks what I have for homework 5 times in half an hour. :p
- "What, no [Popular rap artist] songs on your fat iPod thingie?"
- "We think you're a good worker, so we'll give you the hardest jobs, the worst hours, and if you get sick, forget about getting a day off. And re-schedules? -forget about that, too."

BongoBob
12-10-2006, 01:52 AM
- "What, no [Popular rap artist] songs on your fat iPod thingie?"

I just hate when people call my MP3 player an iPod. People need to realize that MP3 Player =/= iPod :mad:

Tyrion
12-10-2006, 01:56 AM
- "We think you're a good worker, so we'll give you the hardest jobs, the worst hours, and if you get sick, forget about getting a day off. And re-schedules? -forget about that, too."

That's why postmen invented the shotgun massacre, after all.

Off the top of my head, I don't really remember ever getting mad at anyone for saying something to me.

Oh wait.

That's because I had brutally beat them into a bloody pulp before I could let my anger rise.

Huh.

In my defense, I was only making an effort in alleviating global overpopulation. Children in Afghanistan, you should be thanking me!

Daft Adidas
12-10-2006, 09:55 AM
when i make a mistake, LIKE double posting and they get REALLY angry at me which is very annoying

IG-64
12-10-2006, 12:20 PM
when i make a mistake, LIKE double posting and they get REALLY angry at me which is very annoying
You're probably new to forums, which means no one should get that angry at you for making a mistake at a forum. If someone gets really angry at you for making a mistake, just remember that they've probably made the same mistake once.

I just hate when people call my MP3 player an iPod. People need to realize that MP3 Player =/= iPod :mad:
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Genericized_trademark

:joy:

I ♥ Wikipedia.

Anthony
12-10-2006, 12:40 PM
when i make a mistake, LIKE double posting and they get REALLY angry at me which is very annoying

would it make you upset if I said your name was extremely ironic? :p

The Doctor
12-10-2006, 01:03 PM
Santa Clause and everything he stands for and/or represents. I hate that fat bastard. I wish he actually did exist so I could plan a tactical nuclear strike on his God damned (literally) sleigh. The a**hole.

When a Church has a sign out front in December that says "Happy Holidays". You're a Church. Take back your own Holy Day, dammit.

When people try to force me to be politically correct. That's fine if you want to use BCE (Before Common Era) and CE (Common Era) instead of BC and AD. But I'm Christian. To me, the birth of Christ is important. Stop trying to demean my beliefs.

When people try to make me sing. I hate singing. I don't care if you think I'm a lovely tenor. **** off.

When girls mistake my desire to help them through a difficult time for the desire to date them.

When people try to gossip with me. I don't give a damn about who Ian slept with, and how Rachel found out. I don't know either of them. Stop thinking I do.

When people drop names in a conversation, expecting me to know who they're talking about, when I really have no way of knowing. How the hell should I know that Sebastian is your pen-pal in Hungary? Besides, if you're dropping your pen-pal's name in a conversation, you shouldn't be talking to me anyway.

When people try to be funny when they know full well they're not. Or when people use that stupid God damned "I'm Rick James, bitch!" line. It wasn't funny when Chapelle said it, it's not funny when you say it. This also applies to people who quote stand-up comedy from not-so-funny comedians, and try to apply it to a situation, pretending they came up with it.

Bad grammar. Scratch that. Ignorance of proper grammar would be more correct. You can't use the same word twice in a row. "I know that that patch of grass is dead", or anything of the like, is not improper. "These ones over here" also pisses me off.

I'll probably add more later. I'm easy to piss off.

IG-64
12-10-2006, 02:10 PM
Santa Clause and everything he stands for and/or represents. I hate that fat bastard. I wish he actually did exist so I could plan a tactical nuclear strike on his God damned (literally) sleigh. The *******.
I have nothing against Santa Claus as long as you don't tell your kids that he actually exists. Because that's a lie. As you might know, the person who Santa Claus was originally based off, Saint Nicholas, was a religious person; he was a Christian who would give gifts in secret. They might have changed that image over the years. A lot. But as Santa is just a character invented to make children happy, I have nothing against that.

Oh, and the BCE/CE thing annoys me too. They've been using BC and AD too long for it to be changed suddenly for no good reason. It's like if we changed all the planet names to some boring scientific notation for "factual accuracy."

And unless you have proof otherwise, I believe the use of "that that" is grammatically correct.

Seph
12-10-2006, 02:38 PM
When girls mistake my desire to help them through a difficult time for the desire to date them.

When people try to gossip with me. I don't give a damn about who Ian slept with, and how Rachel found out. I don't know either of them. Stop thinking I do.


I have to agree with The Doctor on these two statements.

I really hate it when people throw a fake punch to make you flinch then laugh about it, I'd rather move then get my face punched for no ****ing reason.

Whenever I see a guy hit his girlfriend, Me and some friends almost started a riot at walmart, because we saw this guy smack his wife so I decide to try out my steel toed boots. Causing a big scene so we got out of there when security was called.

I'll think of more later

Black Knight of Keno
12-10-2006, 02:39 PM
Oh, and the BCE/CE thing annoys me too. They've been using BC and AD too long for it to be changed suddenly for no good reason. It's like if we changed all the planet names to some boring scientific notation for "factual accuracy."

And unless you have proof otherwise, I believe the use of "that that" is grammatically correct.

I don't care about the BCE/CE thing, nor have Iever even heard of such change, but I'll still use BC/AD whatever they tell me.

Also, we from now on live on Planet 98136-8826413-ACF-7728, just so you know. :p

And "that that" is indeed grammatically correct.

BongoBob
12-10-2006, 02:48 PM
Darth Idiot, I would have laughed so f***in hard if you had double posted right there :xp:

IG, har-f***in-har :p

Seph, please share that entire story with us, because I'm dying to know now :D

Seph
12-10-2006, 02:57 PM
Me and My friend Josh were walking buy cd players for my pos car because somebody had to steal just the faceplate of the damn thing. So I'm mad already and we're walking then we hear a guy yell some profanity and then a smack so we run over to where it was and the guy's standing there staring at this girl who now has a big red hand outline on her face and she's tearing up so. So my freing goes to talk to the lady and I call the man some colorful names. This guy's just a bit bigger than me and he's got the tire iron he was buying but I just got some steel toed boots, so I kick him in the gut and he starts gagging, and he knocks some stuff over, and I look up and some people are gathering around so I give him a boot to the fave then do a little ax kick type thing to his gut, the somebody yelled out security so Me and Josh bolt it out of there.

igyman
12-10-2006, 03:00 PM
- When people who aren't as half as intelligent as I start acting as if they were smarter than me.
- When people use vulgar remarks that include any member of my family.
- When people who don't know a thing about an issue that's being discussed start telling me how I don't know a thing about it (and in fact I do, I provide valid arguments).

Black Knight of Keno
12-10-2006, 03:05 PM
- When people use vulgar remarks that include any member of my family.

Yo momma slept with yo daddy! LOLZORZOMGWTF?!!?

Sorry, it had to be done by someone :p

igyman
12-10-2006, 03:33 PM
How very mature of you. :p

BongoBob
12-10-2006, 04:20 PM
Yo momma slept with yo daddy! LOLZORZOMGWTF?!!?

Sorry, it had to be done by someone :p

Damnit, you beat me to it :p

Daft Adidas
12-10-2006, 04:30 PM
would it make you upset if I said your name was extremely ironic?

No, just a coincidence (not sure with spelling) lol. :king1:

MTV2
12-10-2006, 04:59 PM
When people take something that I said and use it like they made it up. F**king pisses me off.

MrWally
12-10-2006, 06:22 PM
I'm with MTV2.

DarthAve
12-10-2006, 07:08 PM
-When people call me a lesbian just because I don't think (Insert emo picture here) is hot.
- "You play video games? You must have a penis."
- When people tell me being a mascot is easy and I'm a wuss.
- When people yell at me for accidents. Like my mom.
- When people point out my every flaw. Like my mom.
- When people are just bitches to me. Like my mom.

Anthony
12-10-2006, 07:14 PM
I don't like it when people bring religion into serious debates. Or try to force their beliefs on me. I'm atheist, and that's not changing.

MrWally
12-10-2006, 07:30 PM
I like it when people bring religion into serious debates. Or try to force their beliefs on me. I'm Christian, and that's not changing, and I love discussing it with people.


But I don't force my beliefs on others. Bad things happen.

BongoBob
12-10-2006, 07:55 PM
But I don't force my beliefs on others. Bad things happen.

Truth.

jebbers
12-10-2006, 09:28 PM
But I don't force my beliefs on others. Bad things happen.


I like the thought of religion being an idea. Only because you can change an idea. People die to change a belief.

Ok, back on topic here

-When 12 yr olds think they can beat me in Call Of Duty 2. And talk all kinds of trash talk and only get 2 kills.

BongoBob
12-10-2006, 09:33 PM
When 12 yr olds think they can beat me in Call Of Duty 2. And talk all kinds of trash talk and only get 2 kills.

Same here, but with Halo 2.

I especially hate when they whine that I took their kill, even though we're in a team slayer match.

Spider AL
12-10-2006, 09:38 PM
-When 12 yr olds think they can beat me in Call Of Duty 2. And talk all kinds of trash talk and only get 2 kills.Surely you'd hate that more if say... the twelve year old talked a load of trash, and then actually DID beat you?

MrWally
12-10-2006, 09:46 PM
Surely you'd hate that more if say... the twelve year old talked a load of trash, and then actually DID beat you?


Clearly that has never been an issue for Jebbers.

:xp:

The Doctor
12-10-2006, 10:49 PM
I have nothing against Santa Claus as long as you don't tell your kids that he actually exists. Because that's a lie. As you might know, the person who Santa Claus was originally based off, Saint Nicholas, was a religious person; he was a Christian who would give gifts in secret. They might have changed that image over the years. A lot. But as Santa is just a character invented to make children happy, I have nothing against that.
That's all well and good, but Santa Clause is entirely different from Saint Nicholas. Santa Clause, to me, is more than just a misspelling of the word Satan. He inspires greed and selfishness. He promotes the same 'gimme gimme gimme' attitude that makes me want to send the kid to the North Pole, just to prove him wrong about Santa.

Just this morning, I was in Church, and the Minister asked at children's time 'Who's coming in two weeks?'. Meaning, of course, the Baby Jesus. None of the kids said Jesus. They were all about the fatass in the suit. These kids are supposedly Christian. Hell, it's not only Christian kids that are over-enthused about Santa. Even non-Christian and Agnostic/Atheist kids are more excited about Santa coming than spending time with their family, which is suppsoed to be the politically correct meaning of the season.

Did I say that right? "The season"?

Spider AL
12-11-2006, 12:14 AM
That's all well and good, but Santa Clause is entirely different from Saint Nicholas. Santa Clause, to me, is more than just a misspelling of the word Satan. He inspires greed and selfishness. He promotes the same 'gimme gimme gimme' attitude that makes me want to send the kid to the North Pole, just to prove him wrong about Santa.If we take the myths you're referring to literally, I don't think you can complain too much about Santa. After all, he does reward boys and girls who are nice, but not those who are naughty. Bit like God, really.

Surely if Satan decided to don a large white beard and promote consumerism, he'd reward those who were naughty, and not those who were nice?

Besides, if you're saying that Santa should be abolished because he's been USED to promote sinful behaviour, surely we can say the same about God. The Crusades, as an example.

Just this morning, I was in Church, and the Minister asked at children's time 'Who's coming in two weeks?'. Meaning, of course, the Baby Jesus.But Jesus isn't coming in two weeks.

Or is he? Ergh, if it really is the second coming of Christ, I think I might be in trouble... :joy:

Daft Adidas
12-11-2006, 03:08 AM
i like to respect other religions no matter how strange or different they are and most should be like that.

MrWally
12-11-2006, 07:11 AM
If we take the myths you're referring to literally, I don't think you can complain too much about Santa. After all, he does reward boys and girls who are nice, but not those who are naughty. Bit like God, really.



The point isn't rewarding the good and punishing the bad, though. The point is that, for Christians, the meaning of Christmas is celebrating the gift that God gave us in the form of his son, Jesus Christ. It really is all about giving. Santa, on the other hand, just promotes getting -which leads to greedy behavior, no?

I'm glad I never believed in Santa Clause.

Lightsaberboy
12-11-2006, 07:44 AM
"Sounds like someone has a case of a Mondays."
XD

Black Knight of Keno
12-11-2006, 08:07 AM
Even non-Christian and Agnostic/Atheist kids are more excited about Santa coming than spending time with their family, which is suppsoed to be the politically correct meaning of the season.
Don't you dare start stereotyping people if yo're personally all that goody-two-shoes you seem to see yourself as. I personally am an atheist and am just waiting for my dad's approval of me leaving the church so I can get rid of all that "Jesus saves" blabbering.

I couldn't care less if Santa comes or not. I personally like the bit most where I try to figure out which of my dad's friends is behind that beard, which I always get right, by the way. I currently have only a couple of gifts that I want, one of them which I won't get until my birthday next august, and that's a motorcycle. The other gift that I want is a golden necklace of the finnish lion, but I'm not probably getting that either. Also, I'm saving money to buy myself Monty Pythonia because it would be too expensive for my cheap family to buy. You see, I couldn't care less if Santa comes or not, because I won't get what I want anyways. I'm sick of Santa too, but that's because Finland has proclaimed that Santa lives here and every store in the whole freaking country seems to be "the official store of Santa Claus". Really, dude, I think you're going a bit too far with your Santa-hating. Christmas is what it is and it will probably always be the same. Your words really don't mean s**t. Enjoy the holiday, for christ sake and behave.

Also, you need to stay off that God-propaganda they're spewing in the churches. "Who's coming in two weeks?" Of course it's Santa! If you would have actually read the Bible, youwould know that the coming of Jesus will man the freakin' destruction of the world!
You wanna know who I'm fed up with? I'm fed up with priests that find just the right words to say that proves they have never really read the Bible. And when you ask them a question they can't answer, they just tell you "It's the God's will" or "God works in mysterious ways." I can tell you where to stuff your mysterious, havoc-causing, world destructor-making God of yours! Up your ass, nose!

Hey, that's another thing that ticks me off, by the way. Someone claiming that God exists without any proof on the matter

Spider AL
12-11-2006, 10:53 AM
The point isn't rewarding the good and punishing the bad, though. The point is that, for Christians, the meaning of Christmas is celebrating the gift that God gave us in the form of his son, Jesus Christ. It really is all about giving. Santa, on the other hand, just promotes getting -which leads to greedy behavior, no?With all due respect, that is merely what YOU think the "point" is.

To me, the salient point is that both "God" and "Santa" are imaginary beings who are said by their worshippers to reward socially acceptable behaviour, but not socially unacceptable behaviour. Of course in reality they do neither, and since they have BOTH been used to promote immoral behaviour in the past, you cannot logically call for the abolition of one without also calling for the abolition of the other.

But let's be charitable (in the Christmas spirit) for a moment, and address YOUR point:

You state that for christians, christmas is about "giving", because God "gave" us a fabulous gift in the form of teh Jesus. You then state that Santa is about "getting" because kids are obsessed with receiving gifts from him.

Well this doesn't make sense. In both cases, the imaginary metaphysical beings are the givers of gifts, and in both cases we mortals are the recipients of those gifts. If one is about greed for presents... the other is about greed for eternal life and salvation from the heck-fires of Hades.

I personally can't imagine anything more useful as a bribe than the promise of life after death. So if Santa's about "getting", so is God, but on a larger scale.

Anthony
12-11-2006, 04:38 PM
I honestly believe something is wrong if generosity has to be taught with religion. Or even taught at all. A common misconception is that if someones an atheist, they're a bad person. Its a shame really.

RoxStar
12-11-2006, 05:00 PM
I'm glad I never believed in Santa Clause.

You missed out on childhood :p

Daft Adidas
12-12-2006, 03:10 AM
i agree with Roxstar Santa is brill, i glad i BELIEVED in it.

Pho3nix
12-12-2006, 06:22 AM
I guess I did "believe" in it. Even though I kind of feel like a tricked myself into doing so. Like I wanted to believe in it so much I did. Just because I liked the feeling of Christmas.

Ray Jones
12-12-2006, 09:44 AM
I rather focus on the minimum of "social" aspects of christmas time that are left than on Santa Doodlepoop and whatnot. It's a totally commercial thing nowadays anyways. I mean Supermarkets are christmas-themed since September 1st! Stores are open 24-7 and half the people are working and so called "christmas offers" all around (read: half the price one month later). Also, literally millions of cristmas trees are "murdered" each year, for what, to go to the dump in the middle of January?

Plus, I can have a good and comfortable time my family every day, and I enjoy it without having it forced down on me. Christmas itself has lost its purpose in modern society.

A common misconception is that if someones an atheist, they're a bad person. Its a shame really.Not where I live. The number of "religious" people I know is countable with one hand.

jon_hill987
12-12-2006, 11:30 AM
The one thing that really gets on my tits is being called a Heathen because I don't believe in God. I am not a Heathen, I am an Atheist. Heathens do believe in gods, just not the same ones that the Christians do. I just wish the "I'm Holier than thou" type of Christians who normally spout that kind of nonsense would learn the difference.

Rogue15
12-12-2006, 12:21 PM
i'm normally a quiet, softspoken person, i just hate it when people point it out....especially when they ask me to speak up cause they can't hear me. i HATE that.


another thing that pisses me off and has caused me to exile myself from social gatherings, is when i go and say something people just talk over top of me and act like i'm not even there or what i'm saying is unimportant, which is how you get the softspoken, quiet me. heh and i hate how when like in a work environment people go 'you are so quiet' and i'm like 'ok whatever' and then later when i'm talking i get bitched at for not working cause i'm talking and people are actually listening. makes me wanna go insane and just start beating the **** out of babies.

Halo_92
12-12-2006, 12:58 PM
-I hate when people mimick me.
-I hate when friends come over to see if I can come out then as soon as I'm out they wanna go inside my house.
-Once in they wanna play on my dad's computer, who by the way is in Iraq.
-I hate when you tell someone somthing then they keep asking the same thing after you already told them no and why.

MagnaGuard
12-12-2006, 01:10 PM
i'm normally a quiet, softspoken person, i just hate it when people point it out....especially when they ask me to speak up cause they can't hear me. i HATE that.

Me too.

I also hate it when gay people think I am gay to.

Samnmax221
12-12-2006, 01:21 PM
-I hate when people mimick me.

jon_hill987
12-12-2006, 01:33 PM
I also like to think that there's no such thing as an atheist. Only agnostics because I think those who say their atheist don't really know if there's a god or not because they don't think they've seen proof but still don't rule out the fact that there is one because they don't know everything, even the proof. Not sure how to word that but I hope you get my point.

As part of having a Scientific mind I would never consider myself to know everything, in fact, considering the vast amount of knowledge that there is to learn about the world we live in, let alone the rest of the universe, I would say I am ignorant, as is everyone else on the planet. I am quite willing to accept new ideas, but only when they come with proof, and 2000 year old "just so story" (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Just_So) is not proof as far as I am concerned.

Also there is a strong difference between believing and knowing. I will never believe in a god. This is because I will only accept gods with evidence and if there is evidence, I can't believe, I know.

I say that makes me an Atheist as I am not undecided.

Interestingly one group of people who don't seem to think they are ignorant are the religious types, a lot of them seem to think that all the knowledge of the universe is contained in a book.

Daft Adidas
12-12-2006, 02:22 PM
i'm normally a quiet, softspoken person, i just hate it when people point it out....especially when they ask me to speak up cause they can't hear me. i HATE that.


another thing that pisses me off and has caused me to exile myself from social gatherings, is when i go and say something people just talk over top of me and act like i'm not even there or what i'm saying is unimportant, which is how you get the softspoken, quiet me. heh and i hate how when like in a work environment people go 'you are so quiet' and i'm like 'ok whatever' and then later when i'm talking i get bitched at for not working cause i'm talking and people are actually listening. makes me wanna go insane and just start beating the **** out of babies.

People these days Rogue! wow that really must *** you off! I have a similar thing at school. People beside me talking really loudly and then suddenly as soon as the teacher looks towards us they speak to me really quickly and i reply, they stop speaking and i get the blam which is annoying! U might not get me but that's the best i can explain!

Black Knight of Keno
12-12-2006, 02:56 PM
Hey, idoit, you can use the [quote] tags too, you know. Or the button below the post that says "quote/reply to this" so it makes the whole post more clearer. Just copying the text without the quotation marks or anything that would note of the quoting just makes it confusing. It's also interesting how you can't spell I in capital letters bt you seem to know how to use the Caps Lock pretty well :p

I'm a quiet person too, but I've never found it annoying if someone speaks over me. althought, that might be because my mom has spoken over me for my whole life and I've gotten used to it. Besides, when someone does speak over me and it's about the same matter, I might learn something new. Keep your ears open rather than mouth moving, eh?

And aye, I will believe when you get proof of a a supreme being somewhere out there that sees, hears and controls everything yet never has shown Himself to modern man except for some individuals that would nowadays just be called loonies when they try and prophecise about seeing God. Believing in aliens is crazy, yet the proof and probability of their existance is much greater than that of an almighty God. So, are most believers hypocrites? I would say that they are, but that's another opinion you can ignore as BS.

Now, back to topic. It pisses me off people call people who believe in aliens loonies even if there is more proof of extraterrestial life than proof of the existence of God. I don't hear governments denying God like they do to E.T.

Daft Adidas
12-12-2006, 03:24 PM
yeh knight i stuck down the wors but forgot to stick on the quote tag. Someone said to me it's pretty ironic i'm called Darth Idoit! Maybe he/she is right! Like u said back to topic, yep my mum has so far been speaking over me most of my life except i ain't no quiet person! She only does that when others are around which really get's me ****** off!

Titanius Anglesmith
12-12-2006, 05:19 PM
-Santa Claus (i dont really hate him...i just dont like him)
-being referred to as "quiet"
-doing horrible on something when I know I can do a lot better
-generalizations of all kinds
-people that think they're "all that" when really everyone hates them
-when people completely ignore things I say
-when people say I'm a lot like my brother :eyes8:(which happens a lot)

And since others are talking about it, I'll go ahead and state my "views" on the whole Christian and God stuff.

First off, I am a Christian. I didn't become a Christian because I physically "saw" God. I simply believe that He is real, and I can understand why some need more than that.

Hey, that's another thing that ticks me off, by the way. Someone claiming that God exists without any proof on the matter
Well since my whole religion is based on faith, then you will never see any proof that God exists: it's simply a faith matter. And if you don't want to believe that He is real, then that's your decision and I respect that.

Personally, I don't give a crap about Santa Claus. I think he takes the focus off the true meaning of Christmas, but if someone wants to believe that he is real, then I say go for it. It aint' my place to tell them what to believe.

And the whole deal with "Happy Holidays." Crap, just say what you want to say, and respect everyone else's beliefs.

MTV2
12-12-2006, 06:22 PM
- When people try to be G's, but we all know they're not.
- When a kid with like no friends tries to be cool, with getting like balla' hats, puffy jackets, earrings, etc.. just spend your effort in upgrading your social skills and getting some friends.

jebbers
12-12-2006, 09:00 PM
Surely you'd hate that more if say... the twelve year old talked a load of trash, and then actually DID beat you?


nope i actually look forward to getting beaten. i found one british 13 year old. fatherkitty is his name and he was pretty freakin good. so me and him play some deathmatch against unsuspecting peoples.

Spider AL
12-13-2006, 03:02 AM
I don't think you quite understand the concept of atheism, Chase.

1. An atheist is one who does not believe in god/s.
2. Because there is NO PROOF that gods exist.
3. Therefore, a rational man is atheist by definition, since a rational man does not believe anything without some evidence to support his belief.

Do you believe in the Flying Spaghetti Monster? No? Why not? There's no PROOF that he doesn't exist.

It's because you don't need proof that something doesn't exist before you disbelieve. You DO need proof that it does exist before you believe. That's what you've been missing.

Rogue15
12-13-2006, 04:00 AM
the flying sspa...spaghetti monster?

on the off-topic, over a year ago i was in a passenger seat with my sister at the wheel, she didnt yield to oncoming traffic while taking a left hand turn (she though he was gonna stop or something) i look out the window and scream a few expletives, thinking it's over, and for some reason, the truck did not hit us, even though it should have. this summer while i was away visitin my friend at where my parents went to bible school and where i went to christian gradeschool, someone that was going like 90 totalled the car, she walked out alive with a little nerve damage in her arm, but after seeing the car, if i was not away visiting w/my friend, i would not be here today, as there would've been a high percentage of me being in the passenger seat.

**** like that just can't be explained, i just prefer to believe that someone is looking out for me.


back to the topic..

another thing that pisses me off..

people that are picky about what they eat. also, there are a few people where i work that decide to put on these stupid doctor masks and/or wear gloves when they're at a register. :D

jon_hill987
12-13-2006, 04:06 AM
You DO need proof that it does exist before you believe. That's what you've been missing.

I'm not sure you are right there. I don't believe in gravity, I know it exists.

Ray Jones
12-13-2006, 06:40 AM
So how you don't believe it then?

Spider AL
12-13-2006, 06:43 AM
Originally Posted by Rogue15:

the flying sspa...spaghetti monster?

on the off-topic, over a year ago i was in a passenger seat with my sister at the wheel, she didnt yield to oncoming traffic while taking a left hand turn (she though he was gonna stop or something) i look out the window and scream a few expletives, thinking it's over, and for some reason, the truck did not hit us, even though it should have. this summer while i was away visitin my friend at where my parents went to bible school and where i went to christian gradeschool, someone that was going like 90 totalled the car, she walked out alive with a little nerve damage in her arm, but after seeing the car, if i was not away visiting w/my friend, i would not be here today, as there would've been a high percentage of me being in the passenger seat.

**** like that just can't be explained, i just prefer to believe that someone is looking out for me."Prefer", that's the important word. I on the other hand "prefer" to form my opinions based on evidence and logic.

And of course "**** like that" can be explained. We have perfectly secular, rational terms for events like that. "coincidence", "random abberation" and "heck-darned good luck". I'd be very interested in seeing any evidence that these events were anything but plain old good fortune.

Ah, and the FSM: http://www.venganza.org/about/open-letter/

ph33r.

Originally Posted by jon_hill987:

I'm not sure you are right there. I don't believe in gravity, I know it exists.http://dictionary.reference.com/search?q=believe

In the sense in which I used it, the word "believe" was technically correct. If you want to have a semantic/terminological debate over the preferential use of the word "know" vs. the word "believe" in discussions of atheism, feel free, but I won't be joining you in it any further than this:

A rational man cannot know a thing without tangible or logical proofs.
A rational man should not believe a thing without tangible or logical proofs.

Unlike you, I'm not going to attempt to excise the word "believe" from my vocabulary just because it's been abused by the irrational over the ages. Instead, I will use the word in a properly rational context. End of story.

Ray Jones
12-13-2006, 09:18 AM
Oh, so I misinterpreted "I don't believe in gravity, I know it exists."

For me it sounded as if Mr. Hill stated he knows gravity exists, but he doesn't believe it. X)

I mean. >.> After all.. there are many strange people here. <.<;;

Rogue15
12-13-2006, 10:06 AM
yeah i am part irish so that could explain it. good ol' luck o' the Irish. :joy:

Pie™
12-14-2006, 11:33 AM
The question is, do you celebrate Christmas, or whatever, and why? considering what Christmas is.
I celebrate jol (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Yule). Christianity merely took traditions from other religions and transformed them to fit their cause.

ChAiNz.2da
12-14-2006, 11:35 AM
I just have a few questions for any atheist here. You don't have to answer but I am just curious and don't really want to debate it and I'll just leave things as they are. The question is, do you celebrate Christmas, or whatever, and why? considering what Christmas is.
Jae started a thread on "somewhat" of that subject here:

http://www.lucasforums.com/showthread.php?p=2229649

Might be better to take it there rather than sidetrack this already dislodged topic/thread :xp:

While yeah, it's in the Senate, I'm sure most Atheists won't jump down your throat to answer questions of curiosity or force a debate from those specifically not looking for it (since you stated such). :)

Pho3nix
12-14-2006, 11:57 AM
I just have a few questions for any atheist here. You don't have to answer but I am just curious and don't really want to debate it and I'll just leave things as they are. The question is, do you celebrate Christmas, or whatever, and why? considering what Christmas is.

Yes, I do celebrate it. But only as a family holiday, not as the birth of Jesus.

I don't mind if it is a Christian holiday, it's still "special" to me, and something I'm probably going to celebrate all my life, even though It's a wee-bit commercialized.

-EDIT-

Funny how this thread started with "things that piss you off" and ended in religious discussion. :)

Black Knight of Keno
12-14-2006, 12:34 PM
Chase, the whole "Whered did it all come from is" too much forman to solve. So far the humankind has only managed to get the best solution in that it came from some other dimension. Just like 2D animals can't understand 3D, or Bacteria can't see the big picture, we can't see something that might be easily sen by some other creature out there.
And to your second question, I still celebrate christmas and am all for the whole celebration, but like Pho3nix, not as the birth of Jesus. I celebrate it as the family gathering it has always been. It's like an annual festival when the clse family gets together and has some great times with each others. It's just like birthdays or New Year to me. I really don't even figure that it's a christian holiday anymore except for when at school they start pressuring us with weekly one-hour festivals when everyone signs some old and tired songs about Jesus. I might've not judged the whole existance of God unless teachers and priests wouldn't have gotten me thinking religion as boring old farts' thing. And the work they do for children as in pressuring to get out and hang out with the loonies and such are just really annoying. Especially the stance the religious people speak to young people. It's like "if you're not 20, I will speak to you like you were 4"

Spider AL
12-14-2006, 08:25 PM
Chase, I have replied to your post in this thread, in order to stay on-topic:

Why Atheism? (http://www.lucasforums.com/showthread.php?p=2230044)

Mace MacLeod
12-14-2006, 09:03 PM
When people try to gossip with me. I don't give a damn about who Ian slept with, and how Rachel found out. I don't know either of them. Stop thinking I do.Heh heh...actually, my name's Ian and my girlfriend in mid-grade 10 was named Rachel. This was actually quite a hot topic in early 1989. Memories...