What Makes Me Angry?

  • People who stand right in front of the train doors when it arrives in the station, preventing people from getting off.
  • Littering.
  • Idiots who blare terrible music out of their cars proclaiming their awful taste to those around them.
  • People who eat with their mouths open.
  • Ignorant people who pretend to know things they don’t.
  • Fundamentalists.
  • Short people with umbrellas who “accidentally” hit you with them as you walk past.
  • Drunk people.
  • Students who complain about having to do work at university. What were they expecting?
  • Racists.
  • Fascists.
  • Agnostics.
  • Atheists.
  • Evangelists.
  • When a friend keeps making you listen to their terrible music.
  • Hitting my elbow really hard.
  • Spilling tea over the carpet.
  • Batteries running out.
  • Bad endings to films.
  • Injustice.
  • Bullying.
  • Laziness.
  • People who blame other people for their problems – scapegoating.
  • Bankers.
  • Ungrateful people.
  • Two-faced people.
  • Nepotism.
  • Royalty.
  • Knighthoods.
  • People who voted for Brexit.
  • Conservatives.
  • Liberals.
  • Politicians.
  • Footballers.
  • How some men talk about women.
  • The women who think that’s OK.
  • Cowards.
  • Assholes who are violent towards animals.
  • Bullfighting.
  • Hippies.
  • Bad teachers.
  • Bad teachers who think they’re good.
  • Bad teachers who know they aren’t good but still teach.
  • People who give up.
  • People who don’t know when to give up.
  • Men’s rights activists.
  • Men who can’t deal with rejection.
  • Men who can’t talk about their emotions.
  • Rude waiters.
  • Rude customers.
  • Interviews.
  • My own laziness.
  • The Job Centre.
  • Benefit cheats.
  • The people who blame benefit cheats for all their problems.
  • Terrible music.
  • People who don’t stick up for themselves.
  • People who take advantage of those who can’t.
  • Thieves.
  • Estate agents.
  • Internet service providers.
  • People who can’t listen.
  • Having conversations with people who just want to talk about themselves.
  • People who ignore their problems instead of facing them head on.
  • Homophobia.
  • Remembering that I may have been homophobic and insensitive when I was younger.
  • The younger version of myself for not making the right decisions.
  • When technology doesn’t work how it should.
  • When trains are late / cancelled.
  • Gun crime.
  • Sexual assault.
  • People who try to make me dance at parties.
  • Hecklers.
  • Jackasses who use their phones in cinemas. Do they really need to reply to this message from Gavin right now?
  • People who eat loudly.
  • People who make noise in the quiet carriage on trains.
  • People who don’t give up their seats for people who need them.
  • The people at the end of debates who don’t ask questions like they are supposed to. Instead they talk about themselves for about 20 minutes and their “question” could’ve taken around 20 seconds to ask.
  • People who don’t know how lucky they are.
  • Students at University of Southampton who look down on students from Southampton Solent University
  • Students in general.
  • People who feel superior to others.
  • Conspiracy theories and the people who believe them.
  • People in positions of power who abuse that power.
  • FIFA.
  • People who walk along the pavement with their friends side by side in a line.
  • Bad drivers.
  • Poor sportsmanship.
  • Boring boxing matches.
  • Pandering.
  • People who don’t know how to queue.
  • People who jump said queue.
  • Privileged people who don’t understand that other people have different life experiences to them.
  • Hipsters.
  • Bad video game controls.
  • Mouse smoothing – I still don’t understand why PC games have mouse smoothing. It makes the game feel laggy and unresponsive.
  • Bad PC ports.
  • When journalists don’t ask the right questions.
  • Dentists.
  • The anti-vaccine movement.
  • NASA’s small budget.
  • The large amount of money countries spend on their militaries.
  • Poor wages.
  • Footballer salaries.
  • False advertising.
  • The man at the antique shop who knowingly sold me a fake Tamagotchi when I was 10 years old.
  • Whoever stole my entire collection of Pokémon cards when I was 11.
  • Thinking about the time when I stole a tuna roll from school.
  • Inequality.
  • Nightclubs.
  • Reality TV – most of it.
  • Celebrities.
  • Paparazzi.

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