For me, whining. The sound of someone's voice when they whine is like nails on a chalkboard to me. It takes everything in me not to lose my cool. My son is in a really bad stage of it right now (my cat is a whiner too, ugh) and it drives me nuts. I even had to walk away from him at school this morning. I mean normally I stay to help him wash his hands and I get him settled at the table for breakfast, but this morning I just gave him a kiss at the sink and left him in the capable hands of his two teachers (they were helping w/ the handwashing anyway). I think sometimes it's just best to walk away, LOL.
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Answer by ceallaigh at 2:09 PM on Sep. 20, 2010
With the little ones whining and acting up at the store are the quickest ways to irritate me, though tattling and intentionally pestering are quickly gaining ground. With my teen the two things that drive me over the edge are when she implies that she knows more than I do or when she ignores or tunes me out.
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