Most of cancel culture
Talking about how people who don’t share your religion are immoral and just inherently bad, and being spiteful and dishonest and manipulative but thinking that you’re a good person because you talk on the phone about how much you love Jesus and Trump to all your 80-year-old-woman friends (that one’s pretty specific to my grandmother).
When I am around groups of people that are overtly positive, like a workout group or something, I get crazy annoyed. Not that I’m a proponent of negativity, but I am of a proponent of moderation and balance. Without negativity in a strictly positive situation, there’s no balance or check. And when it’s amplified by a large group of people, it quickly becomes loud and obnoxious to me. It’d be the same case if you were around a group of people that were overtly negative. The lack of balance makes me so uncomfortable.
Being a guy and always paying for dinner.
Women should always pay half. Equality after all. You pay now, I pay next time.
People that “are always worried of you” but they are just expecting the moment you make a mistake or be under a bad situation so they can feel relieved their lifes are better than yours