If you meet someone and they happen to like the same musicians as you do, the two of you will probably have a nice conversation. But if they turn out to despise the ones you also can’t stand, you’ve probably found a new friend. Nothing brings people together tighter than shared antipathy.
Just a few days ago, Redditor u/turrxxr decided to find out what helps us to relate to one another and asked the following question: “What is a thing that is universally hated by all people?” And everyone immediately started sending in their answers. From traffic to wet socks, here are those that have got the most upvotes!
Trying to click x on an ad but actually clicking on the ad and it redirects you to the play store
That moment when something’s stuck in between your teeth and your tongue can locate it just fine, but your fingers or a toothpick can’t…
The two ads on YouTube that are long enough to be annoying, but aren’t long enough to be skipped.
Stickers that peel off easily 80% of the way, but leave behind 20% that are bonded to the surface of the object for life.
Water running down your sleeve when washing dishes, then standing on the water with socks on
When you rip a paper towel off and that little corner doesn’t come with and stays on the next paper towel.
I think we can all agree that we hate that.
Those ads that autoplay on the side of webpages, especially when they automatically have sound
Having a hair in your mouth and it being impossible to locate
Being told “We need to talk later”
Why did you give me the notification? Now I’m gonna be riddled with anxiety until we talk. You could’ve just said nothing.
When you’re showering and the shower curtain moves and sticks to your body.
People that drive slowly in the fast lane and then don’t switch lanes when able to
Going through Alzheimer’s/dementia. Has to be one of the most sad ways to go
Going upstairs and forgetting why you went up there then suddenly remembering as soon as you’ve sat back down in the living room
People coming into your room and then leaving the door open
Ticks. Blood sucking little bastards, the food chain doesn’t need you
When your device is connected to the wifi but when you open a website and it says that you have no internet connection.
“we’ve been trying to reach you regarding your cars extended warranty.”
The sound of an alarm clock, even during the day hearing it gives me the same “5 more minutes” vibes
When you reply to your mom from upstairs and she proceeds to shout your name again and again