Unconscious Habits That Make People Dislike You

By molly atherton 4 months ago
Today, we’re diving into the murky waters of unconscious habits—those sneaky little gestures and behaviors that might just be sending people running for the hills without you even realizing it. Yes, we're delving into the intriguing realm of "Unconscious Habits That Make People Dislike You"! Grab your magnifying glass, because we're about to uncover the hidden quirks that could be causing friends, colleagues, and that neighbor's cat to give you the side-eye.

1. Being self-centered & narcissistic

Being self-centered and wrapped up in a personal bubble can turn even the most charming individuals into a bit of a tough sell. It's like throwing a one-person party where no one else gets an invite! When every spotlight shines solely on oneself, it's easy to overlook the audience.
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Unsurprisingly, it turns out that being self-centered and narcissistic can really cramp your popularity.  You see when you are only focused on yourself, you tend to forget about the feelings and needs of those around you.  And let's face it nobody likes a person who only thinks of themselves!Original content sourced from Femanin.com

2. Being dishonest & deceitful

Ah, the savory allure of popularity, much like the universal appeal of a perfectly baked pizza pie! But alas, if you're hoping to top the charts of likability, dishonesty and deceit won't be your secret recipe. It's like trying to sell a gourmet pizza made with cardboard crust—no one's biting!
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If you want to be as popular as pizza pie, then being dishonest and deceitful isn't the way to go about it.  Most people tend to dislike those who lie, cheat, deceive, and violate their trust.  So if you want to be a hit with the masses, you're better off sticking to good old honesty and leaving the deception to the illusionists!

3. Constantly interrupting people

Picture this: conversations are like a friendly game of dodgeball, where everyone's tossing ideas and thoughts around, aiming to keep the discussion alive. But when someone becomes the reigning champion of interruption, it's like they've decided to turn the game into a solo show of dodgeball domination.
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Interrupting others is like a game of dodgeball, and if you're constantly doing this to others, it's no wonder they avoid you because you are constantly throwing them off their flow and knocking them out of the game.  Interrupting others constantly is definitely a surefire way to avoid you like the plague!

4. Complaining ALL THE TIME

Picture this: life's a grand stage, and we're all part of this epic play, but when someone takes on the role of the perpetual complainer, it's like they've decided to rewrite the script into a tragic melodrama where everything's always going wrong.
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Complaining constantly is a habit that is sure to make people roll their eyes and completely stop listening to you because you just bring them down!  Complaining sucks the joy out of everyone and everything around you so it's no wonder people aren't rolling out the welcome mat for you!

5. Being rude & impolite

Let's set the scene: life is a bustling theater, and everyone's trying to find their perfect seat to enjoy the show. Now, imagine someone barging through the crowd with all the finesse of a bull in a china shop, using rudeness and impoliteness as their proverbial elbows to push through.
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Being constantly rude and impolite is like using your elbows to push your way through to the front of a show.  You see, it may get you to where you want to go, but it's going to leave a LOT of the people around you feeling insanely irritated.  Let's face it, no one wants to hang out with THAT.

6. Being needy & demanding

Imagine the social landscape as a vibrant gathering, where friendships and connections flourish like a garden in full bloom. Now, picture someone with a bottomless emotional appetite, constantly seeking reassurance and attention, akin to a garden pest devouring all the nourishment meant for the flowers.
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If you're the type of person who's needy and demanding, then it's no wonder people are more likely to ghost you than invite you out for coffee.  No matter how much reassurance or attention you get, it just never seems to be enough.  So it's not surprising that people around you start to tire of your needy and demanding nature.

7. Being judgmental & critical

Imagine life as a bustling highway where everyone's navigating their own lanes, driving toward their destinations. Now, envision someone assuming the role of a traffic cop, wielding judgment as their stop sign, halting others on their journeys.
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Being judgmental is like being a traffic cop in other people's lives in the fact that it may make you feel super important, but you're not going to stay popular for long.  And if you're critical as well, it's like you enjoy crushing people's self-esteem which is going to make them feel targeted and unappreciated.

8. Being insensitive & unempathetic

Imagine social interactions as a garden, each person a unique flower blooming with emotions and experiences. Now, envision someone with the emotional sensitivity of a cactus, their interactions as prickly as its spines.
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Being insensitive and unempathetic can make you as prickly as a cactus, and if this is you, there's no doubt that people probably treat you this way.  Both of these habits are like wearing a blindfold which makes it impossible to read the room so you're completely incapable of giving others the emotional support that they need.

9. Being incapable of respecting boundaries

Picture boundaries as the essential fences that define personal space and comfort zones in the social landscape. Now, imagine someone bulldozing through these boundaries with the finesse of using a chocolate kettle to boil water—it's a recipe for disaster, messy and utterly ineffective.
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Completely ignoring boundaries is like trying to boil water in a chocolate kettle - it's going to be messy and is just not going to work in the slightest.  It's going to leave people feeling crowded and insanely frustrated if you don't give them their space, so it's no wonder people keep you at arm's length.

10. Being dismissive of others

Think of social interactions as a two-way street, a give-and-take where understanding and empathy pave the way for meaningful connections. Now, imagine someone bulldozing through this street, steamrolling over others' feelings with the finesse of a cold sore at a kissing booth.
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If you have a terrible habit of dismissing everyone else's feelings in favor of your own, you're going to become as unpopular as a cold sore at a kissing booth.  People need to feel like you have their back and if you completely ignore their feelings, thoughts, or opinions, they're not going to stick around for long.

11. Being overly negative

Think of life as a grand canvas, a masterpiece waiting to be painted with vibrant colors and positive vibes. Now, picture someone constantly cloaked in negativity, their presence casting a shadow over the canvas like a looming dark cloud.
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Being overly negative all the time makes people feel like you're always looming over them like a dark cloud which is obviously going to ruin everyone's good time.  And whether you mean to or not, this is going to cause a lot of pain and discomfort to those around you.

12. Being clingy or possessive

Imagine personal space as a precious bubble, a sanctuary where individuals feel comfortable and at ease. Now, picture someone with clingy or possessive habits, relentlessly encroaching upon this bubble like a persistent fog, suffocating those around them.
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You probably can't see it but if you have particularly clingy or possessive habits, this can be insanely overwhelming for other people.  It can make them feel like they're being suffocated by you and it won't take long for them to get very annoyed and uncomfortable around you.

13. Being too loud

Picture this: you're nestled cozily in bed, enjoying the warmth of sleep, when suddenly, an alarm blares from the far reaches of the room. It's too early, too loud, and the sheer effort to reach it feels like climbing a mountain. That relentless noise becomes a headache-inducing annoyance that refuses to relent.
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Have you ever set your alarm too early, placed it somewhere hard to reach, and been so sleepy that you couldn't even be bothered getting up to turn it off so it goes on and on and on...?  Infuriating, isn't it?  Well, this is what your loud mouth feels like to other people... Alongside their piercing headache!

14. Being too passive-aggressive

Imagine communication as a bridge connecting people, a pathway that should be smooth and clear for easy traversal. Now, picture someone building a bridge of passive-aggressive remarks, full of hidden traps and unclear pathways, making the journey awkward and frustrating for anyone attempting to cross.
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Your passive-aggressiveness is so obvious and everyone knows exactly what you're trying to do.  This makes it rather uncomfortable and awkward to be around you and it's just not an effective habit to have.  Not only this, but you're going to lose some friends because you're forever leaving them feeling confused and frustrated when they have to try and decode everything you say.

15. Being unreliable or flaky

Imagine reliability as the sturdy foundation upon which trust and dependability are built—a fortress that provides stability and assurance. Now, envision someone's reliability resembling the first little pig's straw house, fragile and unstable, unable to weather the storm.
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No one can rely on you because of your unreliability and flakiness.  You're like the first little pig's straw house because you're not stable or dependable and it's clear that you're going to let someone down eventually.  So to avoid disappointment, everyone avoids you.

16. Being easily offended

Picture friendships as a cozy sanctuary, a space where laughter and shared experiences should thrive. Now, imagine someone walking on a field of metaphorical eggshells, tiptoeing around everything said or done, overly sensitive to the slightest provocation.
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No one wants to walk on eggshells around their pals, so being easily offended by everything you see and hear is not going to work out if you want to build your popularity.  It's important to learn to toughen up and definitely learn to take a joke.  Otherwise, you're going to spend your life feeling wounded, vulnerable, and exposed.

17. Being too controlling

Imagine life as a grand stage, a bustling theater where everyone has their unique role to play. Now, picture someone attempting to become the director of this sprawling production, striving to control every actor's move and every scene's outcome.
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Trying to control everyone and everything around you is going to feel pretty overwhelming.  You're going to feel frustrated because it's never going to work.  And even if you succeed for a little while, the truth is that you can't control other people for long - you're just going to drive them crazy!  But if you enjoy herding cats, be our guest...

18. Always taking center-stage

Imagine social interactions as a lively stage where each person plays a unique role, contributing to the vibrant drama of human connections. Now, envision someone always vying for the spotlight, hogging the center stage with the enthusiasm of a solo performer.
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Always needing to take center stage really takes the limelight off other people and portrays you as a spoilt toddler who has never ever learned to share their toys.  You see if it's always you at the center of everything, everyone else is going to become very bored very quickly.

19. Being too secretive

Imagine social interactions as a captivating book waiting to be read, each person a chapter brimming with intriguing tales and experiences. Now, picture someone cloaked in a veil of secrecy, guarding their chapters with an air of mystery, initially piquing curiosity like a locked book waiting to be opened.
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You might think that your habit of being too secretive makes you interesting and mysterious.  But the thing is, even though most people might be intrigued at first, they're going to get bored pretty quickly and they'll start to feel like you're not worth the effort.

20. Not communicating

Think of communication as the guiding light that illuminates the path in the labyrinth of interactions. Now, envision someone choosing to remain in silence, shrouding their thoughts and emotions like a locked treasure chest, leaving others stumbling in the darkness, searching for a way forward.
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Not communicating with people, especially when it comes to what you think and how you feel is going to become extremely frustrating for those around you.  And eventually, they're going to give up trying to get anything out of you.  Nobody wants to navigate a dark cellar without a flashlight!

21. Being materialistic

Imagine life as a grand exhibition where experiences and connections serve as the true masterpieces. Now, picture someone showcasing an array of material possessions, akin to displaying an extensive collection of wires—an attempt to impress, but ultimately failing to resonate with most onlookers.
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Being materialistic is like trying to impress everyone with your extensive collection of wires.  And although you might get one or two people being slightly impressed, you've got to understand that most people DO NOT CARE.  It's just boring and unfulfilling.

22. Thinking money is everything

Think of money as a fleeting spark that ignites momentarily, providing a burst of excitement. Now, envision someone chasing after this fleeting spark, believing it to be the ultimate source of happiness and fulfillment. However, in this relentless pursuit of wealth, they lose sight of the enduring flames that warm the heart and nurture the soul.
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Money might give you a temporary hit of dopamine and a thrill, but it's not going to last long.  You see when you believe that money is everything, you lose sight of what is truly important in life and you definitely risk growing old bitter and alone.

23. Being too self-righteous or preachy

Imagine conversations as a vibrant exchange where diverse perspectives create a tapestry of understanding. Now, picture someone being overly self-righteous or preachy, wielding their opinions like a hammer, constantly hammering home their beliefs without regard for others' viewpoints.
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Being too self-righteous or preachy is so annoying, it's pushy, and people are certainly going to make a huge effort to avoid you like anthrax.  And it shows everyone that you have absolutely no respect or consideration for their opinions because only yours are right.

24. Not respecting other people's opinions or choices

Imagine opinions as the colors on a palette, each unique hue contributing to the vibrancy of a painting. Now, envision someone staunchly believing their opinion is the sole masterpiece, attempting to convince others that their view is the only valid one.
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If your opinion is the only one that matters to you, you're setting yourself up for a very solitary and lonely rest of your life.  It's like trying to convince people that pineapple DOES go on pizza - it's just completely pointless and you're not going to change their minds.  All you'll do is irritate them.

25. Not being yourself

Imagine authenticity as the vibrant colors that paint the canvas of your identity, each hue contributing to the masterpiece that is uniquely you. Now, envision someone attempting to wear a mask, to mimic the shades of another's palette, like a cheap imitation that fails to capture the true essence of who they are.
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If you're not you, then who on earth are you?!  A cheap imitation of somebody else, perhaps?  NEWSFLASH: People can smell inauthenticity a mile off.  So you're not doing yourself any favors when you're trying to be something you're not.  And besides, you'd do a better job of being you anyway!

26. Being confrontational

Imagine social interactions as delicate ecosystems, each conversation a delicate balance. Now, picture someone being confrontational, stirring up conflict akin to kicking a hornet's nest—an unnecessary disturbance that invites chaos and leads to unnecessary stings.
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Being confrontational can be dangerous and you might as well go out, kick a hornet's nest, and pick a fight with them.  Did that sound strange?  Well, it's only as strange as being confrontational all the time - it's unnecessary, and there's no doubt that you're going to get stung.

27. Being constantly late

Imagine time as a precious gift, each moment a valuable token of respect and consideration. Now, envision someone consistently arriving late, not due to deliberate choice but rather poor time management—an unintentional act that sends a message of disregard for the value of others' time.
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Being late all of the time might not be something that you do on purpose.  But your bad time management skills can be detrimental to your friendships because it might make them start thinking that you have absolutely no respect for their time.

28. Having poor hygiene habits

Good hygiene is more than just a superficial routine; it's a reflection of self-care that impacts not only physical health but also mental well-being and social interactions. Imagine hygiene as the bridge that connects you to others, each step a gesture of respect for yourself and those around you.
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If you have poor hygiene habits, people might struggle to spend any length of time around you and you might find that everyone avoids making any plans with you.  Poor hygiene is serious as it can spread infectious diseases and viruses, but it can also be a sign of poor mental health.  If you reach out, people will care and you can get the help you need before it gets worse.

29. Invading the personal space of others

Hygiene is an essential aspect of daily life, not just for physical health but also for social interactions and mental well-being. Imagine hygiene as the first brushstroke in the canvas of self-care, each habit a reflection of how we prioritize our health and respect for others.
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If you're a real space invader, you can make people feel like they're sharing a bathtub with an elephant.  They're feeling crowded, uncomfortable, frustrated, and there's every risk that they're going to get trampled.  So back off... Everyone will thank you for it.

30. Talking too much about yourself

Conversations are like a dance—a beautiful rhythm of exchange where each partner has a chance to lead and follow. Imagine talking about oneself as a solo dance performance, where one person is in the spotlight, performing an endless monologue.
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If you talk too much about yourself, you're going to bore people to tears.  It's exhausting, super annoying, and it makes people feel like they're trapped in a tiny space with no escape.  And nobody wants to be stuck in the mud with you, so it's time to start showing an interest in other people!

31. Smelling really bad

Hygiene plays a crucial role in social interactions, much like the wrapping on a gift—essential for a positive first impression and subsequent interactions. Imagine body odor as a powerful yet unintended barrier that distances people from meaningful connections, causing discomfort and pushing them away.
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You can be the nicest person in the whole world, but if you stink - and make no effort to stop stinking - people aren't going to like it. They just aren't going to want to be around you. If you have a medical condition you can't control, sure, but if you're just 'that guy that doesn't shower for a week' then people aren't going to warm up to you.

32. And that includes your breath, too

Bad breath can indeed be a significant challenge in social interactions, acting as an unintentional barrier in conversations. Imagine breath as the first impression in a conversation, an initial handshake of sorts—an unpleasant breath can leave others recoiling and hesitant to engage further.
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And let's be honest, your breath can be the worst contender for this - even if the rest of you is squeaky clean. It's what people are going to be hit with when they're talking to you, so if it's off-putting, they're not going to want to talk to you! Revisit your dental hygiene, and get some of those breath mints, stat!

33. You drive too slow

Driving habits significantly influence the flow of traffic and the experiences of other drivers on the road. Imagine slow driving as a bottleneck, hindering the smooth flow of traffic and causing frustration among fellow drivers. It's like driving on a highway with a speed limit set far below what's reasonable, creating inconvenience and annoyance for everyone around.
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Slow drivers are the worst on the road, and if you've no legitimate reason for it, why are you doing it? It only serves to annoy every other driver on the road, and it'll annoy whoever is in the car with you, too. You're probably always late, holding up traffic and causing congestion.

34. You drive too fast

Driving at excessive speeds can indeed pose significant risks to both oneself and others on the road. Imagine driving too fast as a reckless leap into uncertainty, endangering not only your safety but also that of fellow drivers and pedestrians.
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On the flip side, you might drive way too fast. This is dangerous, illegal and irresponsible - so of course people aren't going to like you if you do it! Sticking to the speed limit is the easiest thing you can do as a driver, so maybe you should stop overtaking people and set off a bit earlier...

35. You're on your phone while someone is talking to you

Engaging with a phone during a conversation can inadvertently convey disinterest or lack of attention, affecting the quality of interactions. Imagine phone use during conversations as a distracting curtain that disrupts the flow of engagement, leaving the speaker feeling disregarded and unimportant.
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This is one of the rudest things people can do, and you might not even realize you're doing it. Even if it's just a quick glance at your phone screen while someone is talking, they'll clock it as you being obviously uninterested in whatever they have to say - and they won't like it!

36. You go on video meetings without muting the background

Background noise during virtual meetings can be quite disruptive, affecting the flow of conversation and the overall meeting experience. Imagine unmuted background noise as an unexpected guest in a meeting, inadvertently stealing the spotlight and distracting everyone from the main agenda.
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There's always that one person in a Zoom meeting, isn't there? Who hasn't muted the background noise so all people can hear is their radio, washing machine on a full cycle or their cat mewing on the table next to them. It's bad business meeting etiquette - or even friend meeting etiquette!

37. You wear WAY TOO MUCH perfume

While wearing fragrance can be pleasant, using an excessive amount can overwhelm the senses and become quite off-putting to those around you. Imagine wearing too much fragrance as painting with a brush loaded with too much paint—instead of adding beauty, it creates an overpowering and suffocating effect.
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Smelling good is one thing - smelling sickeningly sweet is another thing entirely! It's okay to wear perfume, but why are you wearing so much of it? People are going to avoid you just as much as they would if you smelled bad! Too much cologne or perfume can be overpowering.

38. Your bag takes up an extra seat

Being considerate of shared spaces, especially on public transportation, is crucial for fostering a harmonious environment. Imagine occupying extra space with personal belongings on a crowded bus or train as building an unnecessary barrier that inconveniences others.
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If the bus or train isn't full, sure, the seat next to you is the perfect spot for your bag. But if you're that person who never moves their shopping bags even when the bus is full and everyone is stood up around them, then it's not really helping for people to like you, is it?

39. You 'humble brag'

Humble bragging, that subtle blend of self-praise and false modesty, can often come across as insincere and disingenuous. It's like trying to package a boast in a cloak of humility, inadvertently drawing attention to one's achievements while pretending to downplay them.
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Humble bragging is worse than straight up bragging, because it's all about being fake and about false modesty. It's like a backhanded compliment but a backhanded brag. It's okay to want to share good news with people or let them know your successes, but humblebragging is just going to make everyone roll their eyes.

40. YOU EMAIL PEOPLE IN ALL CAPS

Communication in the digital age has its nuances, and seemingly minor choices, like font or punctuation, can significantly impact how a message is received. Using all capital letters in digital communication, like emails or messages, can inadvertently come across as shouting, intensifying the tone and potentially causing misunderstanding or offense.
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We're so sensitive when it comes to communicating over technology these days, that even the font you choose or lack of emojis can make people react negatively or get the wrong impression. Writing an email or message in all caps is one of the worst things you can do - because it's basically shouting.

41. Standing in the middle of the escalator

On escalators, there's an unwritten understanding that if you're standing still, it's courteous to stand to one side, leaving space for those in a hurry to pass by. Placing a suitcase or blocking the way in the middle of the escalator disrupts this unspoken rule and can cause frustration among other travelers.
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It's an unspoken rule to stand to one side if you're staying still on an escalator, so people in a hurry can get by you - especially in places like train stations. So if you're that person that stands in the center with their huge suitcase plonked in the way, no one else on that escalator is going to like you very much!

42. Ordering something bluntly

The way we interact with waiting staff or service professionals often reflects our manners, consideration, and respect for others. While being direct in ordering isn't inherently rude, a lack of basic pleasantries can sometimes be perceived as impolite or brusque.
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How you treat waiting staff says a lot about who you are as a person - and we don't mean you're necessarily rude if you order something bluntly, but it can come across the wrong way, and manners cost nothing. So if you're saying 'A coffee and a bagel' instead of 'Please could I get a coffee and a bagel?' people probably like you less!

43. Not holding the door for the person behind

Holding a door open for someone behind you is a small yet impactful act of courtesy that speaks volumes about thoughtfulness and consideration. It's a simple gesture that demonstrates awareness of others and a willingness to extend kindness in everyday interactions.
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It's common courtesy and it's the simplest gesture that can completely change someone's opinion of you. One of your colleagues might think you're the nicest person on the planet until you let the door close in someone's face as though it was nothing. Always have a quick look behind you!

44. Making everyone listen to you sing

Singing along with friends in the car or belting out tunes during road trips can be a fun and enjoyable experience. However, seeking excessive validation or monopolizing the singing time by pretending to be bad at singing or constantly demanding the spotlight might not always come across as genuine.
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It's always encouraged to belt out some tunes every once in a while, and singing with friends in the car to the radio is encouraged for road trips. But are you someone who pretends they're not good at singing just so everyone will tell you you're amazing? Or tell everyone to be quiet so you can take this one?

45. Walking side-by-side in a line on the sidewalk

Walking in a line that blocks the entire sidewalk, especially when part of a group or a couple, can be seen as inconsiderate and disrupts the flow of foot traffic. It's akin to creating an obstruction that impedes others' movement and can cause frustration for those trying to navigate the sidewalk.
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If you're in a couple or as part of a group, do you park yourself across the sidewalk in a line instead of moving behind or in front of them so other people can get passed? If you're blocking up the sidewalk walking slow in a line, this is the worst kind of rude when people just need to get where they need to be!

46. Annoying fidgets, like tapping your fingers or feet

Fidgeting, though often unintentional, can sometimes inadvertently disrupt the environment around you. Foot tapping, in particular, can create both auditory and physical disturbances for those nearby. Continuous foot tapping creates a repetitive noise that can be distracting and irritating to others.
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Fidgeting can be a very unconscious thing - you might not know you have a fidget or an unconscious habit. That doesn't mean it's not annoying to everyone around you. Feet tapping in particularly is annoying because it makes a repetitive noise and also shakes the seat!

47. Leaving your shopping cart in the middle of the parking lot

Leaving shopping carts scattered around the parking lot instead of returning them to designated areas is not only inconsiderate but can also cause inconvenience and potential hazards. Abandoning shopping carts in parking spaces or random areas can obstruct parking spots, making it challenging for other shoppers to find parking.
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The worst kind of people! It's lazy, it's rude, it risks damage to vehicles if the cart wanders off and it also takes up a parking space someone really might need. This is one habit that will definitely get people to dislike you, whether it's your passengers or the other people just trying to do their grocery shop.

48. Not getting rid of empty packaging

Failing to replace empty containers, leaving empty packets out, or not replacing essential items like toilet paper after use can be quite frustrating for those sharing communal spaces. Leaving empty containers or packets in the fridge or not replacing essential items, such as toilet paper, disrupts the convenience.
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Are you someone who eats something that puts the empty carton back in the fridge? Do you leave empty packets out in the canteen at work? Are you that person who replaces a toilet roll by... not replacing it at all? It's a simple thing, but it's so annoying for those around you!

49. Talking about how you're soooo busy

Constantly emphasizing how busy one is can sometimes be a form of self-promotion or seeking validation rather than a true indicator of a packed schedule. People who continuously highlight their busyness might not necessarily have an overly hectic life but might want to portray themselves as indispensable or high achievers.
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This is another type of bragging, but it's also likely a fake brag - people who have to take a lot of time to tell everyone how impossibly busy they are probably the least busy people on the planet. They just want everyone else to think they have a million things going on because they're so important.

50. Taking up too much room across a parking space

Proper parking etiquette is crucial in shared parking areas. Taking up more than one parking space, whether unintentionally or carelessly, not only causes inconvenience but also increases the risk of damage to other vehicles and limits available parking for others.
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If you can't park between the lines, you need to learn how to do so, fast! Worse: if you don't even care and do it anyway. You're taking up two spaces, potentially blocking someone in or you might cause damage to another vehicle. Just park properly if you want people to like you!