What are yours?
Heres couple of mine.
People abuse their library privileges and beyond.
People treat me/others like me like a baby/child instead of adult.
People whom are germophlic, spl (spelling) and beyond (in which I'm not quite sure of).
People whom come back to their websites and/or forums. Whom upgrade everything, but then don't fix everything and/or anything. Until the next upgrade or something else. I mean thats what saw at one particular forum and clicked on register to see if its been fixed. In which it was.
People whom have no clue on how to run their sites and/or forums properly. I mean it can everything/anything.
People whom are always amazed about how the athletes perform and beyond. In which I know that its harder then its looks without doing it.
When someone talks to the parent/carer instead of the person with a disability as though that person is incapable of speaking for themselves.
People talking about the weather
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Back with some more of mine.
People whom leave their messes for someone else to take care of. And then don't tell anyone regarding it/them.
People whom are only for themselves as opposed to others and beyond.
People whom are brainwashed are by all of mainstream that has to offer. As opposed to all of the alternatives and beyond. Especially, with the all of integratives, spl (spelling) that are there. As long as they do it properly. In which at this point in time I'm really not sure how to do it properly. Besides learning and researching.
People who hurt animals or kids.
Depression & knowing I'm sad because I'm depressed & it's just hormones but still being sad anyways.
being so clumsy due to motor skill problems.
Being told by a neurotulypical that they know how autistics think/feel better than me (an autistic) because I can speak/communicate in some way.
Being unable to tell anyone I'm autistic because of the stigma.
When newspapers print about how a killer was autistic as if that has any relation to autism.