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|What makes Libras(in particular)reach boiling point? As a sign noted for avoiding conflict or confrontation, how have others successfully inspired you to disrupt the peace in honor of keeping b!tter real?|
For myself, it often takes a combination of prolonged annoyances before a person is officially repelling in my book. However, certain habits and/or transgressions speak volumes about one's character, in especially unfavorable light.
- Talk over others instead of waiting for their next cue. What's on their mind is clearly priority, so the moefoe loudly interrupts and overpowers the current speaker's air-time. For fvck's sake, just let us finish. It's never THAT important either.
- One-Ups. In the midst of recounting insane stories from the Vegas vacation last week, another guy waits til you're done to respond with "That's cool, I guess. I own a house in Vegas and I went to Cancun last week! Now I own property there, too!" These ones ALWAYS have a superior experience to follow up and top anybody else's no matter the topic. Fact: 1-Uppers & pathological liars are cousins.
- Absent integrity. Please don't vent at me to elaborate how skanky the girl you just chatted up a storm & laughed with is, the instant she's left the room. This alone automatically deems the shlt-talker worse than their 'frenemy'. If it concerns someone I'm also not a fan of, the difference is when they were around I didn't front like we're BFF.
- The inability to consume a drop of alcohol...without getting into fights or sobbing hysterically. Nobody wants to be "that girl" or "that guy's" friend along for the ride. A good time cannot be had when in that role.
- Do something outlandish "just to make her/him jealous" and expect to use my assistance or gain my approval in the effort. On the real...hit puberty, already.
Some of these points may seem obvious choices, but I can't even estimate how many people are guilty, supportive or dismissive of the above faux pas.
Share yours(not too broad, i.e. virtually everyone feels put-off by rapists, murderers and animal abusers.)
Posted by QLIbraMale
Wow. There's no question I'd lose my cool if it were me in those shoes...
|From my experience, instead of stroking their ego with false praises, telling them things as they are, which would be calling them out on their shortcomings would be fastest way to lose em.|
|Condescension. Don't talk to me like I'm five, assume that I don't hear your tone or imagine that I don't recognize that you've just disrespected me.|
Interrupting me or others, cutting people off in mid-sentence.
Borrowing things & not returning them. Don't make me chase you down to get things I loaned you back.
Asking completely selfish favors that are not emergency-based. I work full time and have 3 kids. Think before you ask.
|Smugness, or any smarmy attitude that makes the person just seem greasy and slimy to the touch.|
One upping as mentioned, but add to that cheese-weaselisms if they're a guy, it's like size zero mentioned, but then adding a layer of 'oohh I like everything you like and cake and balloons and I mwah mwah looovvee fluffy kittens and schmaltzy stuff balblah'...err no. Be a dick every once in a while, it's nature jeez.
People who feel the need to bellow and think it means their opinion is going to take precedence because of it, err no again, calm yourself, just talk normally. I don't mean naturally boomy/loud people, there's a difference.
'wacky' people - even the word is annoying, stop trying to be a bit more 'out there' or 'unique' than the next person, people can see you, they know you're there, they're just not 12 in the head is all.
People who can't kick back and shoot the butter/take it back too - again this is more towards the guys than girls (no offense, I just think you have sensitive moments that don't go well with this). Stop being an emu, boys bond by being mean to each other, no exceptions or special preference because you're being a bit froofy...if anything, admitting you're being froofy and sensitive makes it easier, yep.
People who let their kids run amok and nearly get run over/lost in shopping centres etc, then look all ddeeerrrrr when they do or a member of the public kinda points it out - I don't have kids so it's not really my place to say, but get one of those retractable leads for them, problem solved.
|Being rude, being bossy, being clingy, being too negative too often, fussing, and liars. Too much of any of the following will get you deleted, or I just might "disappear" lol. Especially if you lie, fuss, or cling! Ugh.|
|ALibra ... Im with all of those u wrote.....PLUS being ignored ! I HATE IT|
Posted by aquarius09
Case-sensitive matter IMO.
If I'm getting b|tter from someone whom I've invested substantial time, resources or other forms of support and readily overlook THEIR character flaws...I give some thought to what is said, yet I won't sit back and take it if the accusations are preposterous.
Otherwise I'm down with feedback. However--unless I fvcked up majorly--I see no reason to indulge someone else's irrational wrath.
Posted by everevolvingepithet
At the same time, I don't have kids but I can say with confidence it's wrong to beat the shlt out of children. Allowing them to run wild in public(NOT including losing track of kids by accident!)where they could easily get taken advantage of, hurt or lost is neglectful...even though this doesn't personally offend me, it's undeniably careless behavior.
|Many have yet to comprehend a key rule involved in borrowing money: REIMBURSEMENT. No actual intention to return loans = lying.|
Sad, how generosity remains a timeless virtue yet in effect is discouraged by people who exploit contribution, taking others for granted.
Posted by size zero superheroPosted by aquarius09
I would agree that if the accusations are preposterous then nobody would sit back and take it. Two of my libra friends are tardy. Time management is not their forte! Everytime we hang out, they are running late. I'm not talking 10 mins late, which is acceptable if it's sporadic. I'm talking 30 mins late and they always have a good excuse ready. Now initially I was an understanding/compassionate friend, but after repeated occurrences, I get snappy, like a fiery Aquarius would get.
I gave them a piece of my mind and everytime I have for various things, they've disappeared for awhile. Mind you, when I give them an earful, they aren't exactly "just" as the sign is said to be. They think either I had a rough day or I'm being hard on them. I don't know that many people, irrespective of signs, who would accept the bitter truth.
Posted by size zero superheroPosted by everevolvingepithet
|Lack of integrity - lying pisses me right off. And there is never any reason for it. The only reason people ever lie is because they are ashamed of what they have done or what they have thought. Take ownership over yourself. Everyone makes mistakes. You'll live. Lying doe NOT make it better.|
I also hate hypocrisy and lack of self-awareness. We are all works in progress but at least make an effort to understand who you are, what motivates you, and the consequences of your actions on others. Self-examination is essential to building compassion.
On that note, I hate people who are all me, me, me, who have an inflated sense of entitlement because they think they are special. You're mother lied. You aren't special. Well, more to the point, everyone is special making the term pretty useless. You are not entitled to anything. And you are especially not entitled to mistreat others act demanding and rude and then expect others to suck it up.
We are all in this together. Let's help each other. Ya know?
Posted by little_sparrow
Yes to both.
I feel like several of these people who can be described as arrogant and self-important put on this act attempting to mask the unfortunate truth: deep down they know damn well they're no prize. Except for some reason, there's some pressing need to convince the rest of the world otherwise...through overcompensating and self-glorification. The effort is counterproductive; half the time they hate themselves, and eventually make others feel the same IMO.
|In my experience, I find that the Libras I know get annoyed when someone tells them something that they already know. I've had this happen a few times and am still not sure why they do get irritated. This occurs when they ask a question or have a dilemma and want advice. Then when I offer some advice or answer their question, they get irritated and say in an annoyed tone "I already know that." Or it's when I read or watch something that seems interesting and share it with them, they get annoyed when I tell them even if I don't know that they have heard that news, etc. before.|