What’s Your Pet Peeve?
When they go through your luggage at the airport. They dig in your personal stuff, then put everything in backwards, stuff it in and rip your zipper.
“New York City cab drivers that try to kill you when they go so fast into the wrong lane and make crazy U-turns.”
Meanness and fake people. My God, that’s right out of a Playboy centerfold, isn’t it?
When people crack their knuckles. It’s absolutely sickening.
When people are late, I freeze them out.
People who wear sunglasses indoors—what’s that about?
Being condescended to really gets me. I can’t take it from anybody.
BILLY BOB THORNTON
People who say ‘in sync.’
LL COOL J
When people eating a sandwich have mayonnaise in the corner of their mouths.
My husband leaving coffee grounds in the sink. I don’t yell at him—I clean them away myself, swearing quietly under my breath the whole time.
When people in the service industry can’t speak English.
When someone’s tailgating me or driving in front of me like they don’t have anywhere to be, I get outraged.
Loud and obnoxious people.
Cruelty to animals.
Hair on the floor of bathrooms.
Poor grammar. It’s okay if you’re making a choice [to use it], ebonically speaking. But not knowing proper grammar is a tough one for me.
When people answer a question with “Well, yes and no.” We need to discontinue that.
I don’t like dirt. But I don’t know anybody who does.
Styrofoam. The squeakiness of it freaks me out. It’s kryptonite for Kid Rock.
“When people say pitcher instead of picture. ‘Can I take your pitcher?’ makes me crazy.”
People who talk with food in their mouths and chew real loud.
You know what? Everything annoys me. [So] I drink.