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The 100 Most Annoying Things of Brits Unveiled!

by VR Sreeraman on September 6, 2009 at 12:18 PM
 The 100 Most Annoying Things of Brits Unveiled!

A survey has revealed that chavs, who are typically portrayed as uncultured, anti-social, baseball cap wearing youths, have topped the list of the 100 most annoying things Brits find.

The survey revealed that more than 60 percent people found chavs to be "very annoying".


The Brits were also annoyed by people driving too close behind them and people who smell, with 55 per cent and 52 per cent of the 3,000 people polled saying this was one of their biggest peeves.

Of the top 10 annoyances were people who eat with their mouth open (50 per cent), rude shop assistants (50 per cent), foreign call centres (49 per cent), stepping in dog dirt (49 per cent).

The list also included people who cough without covering their mouths (49 per cent), slow Internet connections (49 per cent) and poor customer service (47 per cent).

Lactofree's Annual Intolerance Survey also found 79 percent of people were wound up easily by the little things in life, with 65 per cent driven to distraction.

On average, people find themselves getting annoyed more than three times a day and half of all respondents said they were likely to turn into a grumpy old man or woman.

The survey also found 39 per cent of Brits were cheesed off with the nation's obsession with Z-list celebrities, while 38 per cent were fed up with the preoccupation with Katie Price and Peter Andre's split saga.

Low on the list was the recession, with 31 per cent of people finding it annoying, and bankers, with 13 per cent finding them irritating.

Outside the top 100 were mice, mothers-in-law and karaoke, with 9 per cent of people finding these very annoying.

"'This survey shows how intolerant we are as a nation, and how even the smallest of things annoy us - especially when, for many, their annoyances are driving them to distraction," the Telegraph quoted Samantha Glassford, brand manager for Lactofree, as saying.

"'This year the poll has shown how especially irritated we are by other people and their bad habits and how surprisingly low a nationwide burden such as the recession came in the annoyance list.

"For many of us, there really isn't a cure for these everyday intolerances, yet when it comes to those food intolerances, there can be a solution.

"Lactofree, for example, will help those with lactose intolerance enjoy dairy again without any of the symptoms such as bloating, flatulence and feeling sluggish, so that's one intolerance that can be dealt with," she added.

Source: ANI
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