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Bad Manners and Rudeness Irritate Majority of People

by Savitha C Muppala on October 10, 2013 at 11:46 PM
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 Bad Manners and Rudeness Irritate Majority of People

A new survey has found that the majority of people are easily frustrated by bad manners and rudeness.

According to the study, which was conducted by charity Arthritis UK on 2,000 people, 84 percent of people despised rude behaviour and 78 percent get irritated with malfunctioning gadgets, the Daily Express reported.

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While 75 percent of respondents asserted that they hated dealing with travel problems, 73 percent claimed that they disliked a lousy night's sleep.

Also, 73 percent said that they would get cranky when ill and 69 percent get upset after arguing with a friend.

Source: ANI
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