Chefs who taste their own food at the end of their TV show. We know they’re going to say it’s delicious, and I can also do without the yummy noises that accompany the tasting.
Fortune cookies that analyze your character instead of telling your fortune.
Acceptable: You will win the lottery tomorrow.
Unacceptable: You have a winning personality.
I know what I’m like; just tell me what’s gonna happen to me.
Toy packaging. Twisty ties. Need I say more?
People who ask if you’ve seen a certain show/movie/commercial, and when you say yes, they proceed to describe it in detail. Yeah, I know. I saw it. Remember you just asked me that?
Checkout clerks who ask, “Did you find everything you were looking for?” and then if you say “Actually, I couldn’t find the okra,” they make a sympathetic clucking sound and that’s the end of it.
Vanity plates that describe the car. You paid how much to get a personalized plate that says BLUEBMW? I can see that.
It’s supposedly, not supposably.
I’ve got a million more, so maybe we can make this an ongoing series, and I'll include yours too. Am I the only one? I can't be the only one. Let's hear your pet peeves!