Ok, I've got a pet peeve and I'm just gonna announce it here an now.
You know how sometimes people will post status updates on Facebook and stuff and it'll just say something so vague and mysterious, and you have NO idea what they're talking about? Something like "So miserable...." And you're like "WHAT is so miserable? Your life? The weather? WHAT?!" You don't know if you should call the police cuz someone's suicidal, or just skip over it. If you're supposed to ASK what they're talking about, or if you do if they'll be mad atcha for being nosy. Or something like "I can't take it anymore." What does that MEAN? If I do nothing, are they gonna find you dead by suicide later and say "This person was clearly despondent and had posted that they couldn't take it on facebook minutes before she/he took her own life, but no one responded." Or do you mean "I can't take IT anymore," "IT" being the amoxicillain the Dr. put you on but you realized you were allergic to it, so you can't take it anymore, and you're gonna switch to a z-pack?
Or how about the ones that are saying something ugly and rude about someone, but you don't know who, (or whom, as the case may be) so you assume it's yourself. Like "You are getting on my last nerve!" And I'm reading thinking "Who? ME? I'm getting on your last nerve? What'd I do?" Like, who are you aiming this at and if you've really got a problem with them, why don't you just TELL THEM instead of posting mysterious, ominious-sounding status updates on social media???
Even ones that sound somewhat positive but are just vague get on my nerves. Things like "I have almost achieved the most important thing in my life." I'm like "oooookaaaay, so what the heck IS it? And how did you accomplish it? How am I supposed to say 'Yay you!' if I have not a clue to what you are referring?"
So anyway, that's my pet peeve. I think I'll go change my facebook status to "You are violating my number one pet peeve." And just wait and see what kind of response I get!