Sitting with your group of friends over coffee, or enjoying the street food (cherished during your office/college days) together was one thing that you'll never forget.
And remembering your good old days makes you somewhere a bit nostalgic, but you also can't escape remembering that one person in your group who unknowingly messed up things for you back then.
Each group has that one dude/gal, who become a real pain for everybody else and what amazes us is that they are totally oblivion to the misery they bring upon their peers.
Read on if you had that one person in your group...
Such people have this inane habit of thrusting upon their ideas in between a conversation that has no literal connection with it, they will continue to harp on it irrespective of the fact that no one is showing interest.
This is also one of the features of an annoying person. Being formal, when you are new to a group is alright but overdoing this time and again is a complete drag.
They will keep pestering your peers with if, may I, shall I, please, thank you, would you etc.
It's good that one should not care about what others think of them, but they ought to, when it involves others. One should not subject others to their drudgery and bask in their own morbid intellect.
Their humour will give you tumour; their jokes and puns are completely out of place and time, even if nobody laughs at it, they still snigger at it as they believe that their thoughts are well ahead of time.
The fact, that we are no more Neanderthals and believe in a civilized society keeps us from invoking our baser instincts.
They are the ones, who'll put forth their 'opinion' for the slightest thing, even it is regarding a patch work on your dress that you wore 2 weeks back.
When you try your best to wax eloquent on every given topic available on the face of the earth, they'll just bang on with theirs and try their best to justify it.
Such people have this dubious notion that the whole universe is constantly conspiring against them and their failures are also the makings of others.
We ought to respect each other's taste, howsoever atrocious it may seem to us. But, when you bring upon your taste with complete diregard for other's sensibilities, their idea of fun at times will be little creepy for a sane mind.
Such people believe that they are ‘silently-claimed' leaders and the sole torch bearers of your group.
According to them, they could never possibly be wrong and would remind you of your fallacies, but would never observe their own misdoings.