字幕列表 影片播放 列印英文字幕 Pet peeves are those things that people do or those things in life that really bother you pet peeves or things that you find annoying. So we're going to look at a few pet peeves this morning. You can see I have one pet peeve up here. This young man is chewing gum and it looks like he's chewing quite loudly. I'm just gonna check to make sure everything's working. But welcome. I'm Bob the Canadian. We're here today to do a lesson on pet peeves. I just want to say hello to everyone in the chat. Let me just check. Looks like everything is working. So we all have pet peeves. We all have those things in life or things that people do in life that really, really bother us. I have more pet peeves than most people. I'm, I'm not sure why, but there are a lot of things that bother me. There are a lot of things that other people do that I find annoying. So I'll kind of highlight as we go through some of my pet peeves. But right now let's get started again. Hello to everyone who is joining us. Hello to everyone in the chat and welcome to this lesson. So here's the first one. The letters are a little smaller this time, but the first pet peeve we're going to talk about is people who chew loudly or two with their mouth open. So depending on where you are from in the world, this May or may not bother you, but this is something that bothers my wife in particular, does not like it when our kids too loudly or when they chew with their mouth open. So you can see here I couldn't find a picture of a person chewing. But here is a cow and the cow is chewing on some grass. Chewing is when you do this when you're eating food. So our first pet peeve is people who chew loudly or chew with their mouth open. This one doesn't particularly bother me because usually if I'm eating with people I like eating so much that I'm only really thinking about eating myself. Eating my own food. And I don't usually hear everyone around me. You don't know me personally, but when I'm hungry, I'm really hungry. So when I eat, all I think about is the food I'm eating. I'm not usually too worried about what other people are doing. I'm just going to pause for a moment to welcome everyone. So we're a few minutes in. This is a lesson on pet peeves. And again, pet peeves are those things in life or things that people in life do that really bother you or are that you find annoying. So again, hello to everyone in the chat. Before we continue, remember if you have questions about the topic, which is pet peeves. Todd will be posting a link from time to time and you can ask those questions via the Google form. Again, I will only be answering questions about the topic. So I know some of you have other questions. You can save those for tomorrow nights live stream, which is an open one. This is one of my biggest pet peeves. In fact, I think this is the biggest pet peeve that I have and that is people who text and drive or use a phone while driving. So as a lot of, you know, I go for a walk every morning and I walk along the road outside of my house and oftentimes I see people driving and they have their head down while they're driving their vehicle because they are texting. Texting is when you send a text message to someone. So they're using their phone while they are driving. And I just find this really, really dangerous. And I find it's quite disrespectful because sometimes as I'm walking, they don't see me. They're just driving along, texting while driving their vehicle. It's a little crazy. So that's my biggest one. People who text and drive or who use their phone while driving, don't please don't do that. For the amount of people we have in this chat, there's some of you that probably text and drive. I would hope that you guys don't do that. I'm going to do a couple more and then I'll start to take questions. Here we go. Let's see. People who are always late. So another interesting fact about pet peeves is often your pet peeve is something that you yourself don't do. So I am usually on time. You can tell from the livestreams that I do every Friday and the live stream that I do every Saturday, we almost 99% of the time we start on time of Bob. The Canadian likes to be on time. I don't like to be late. So people who are always late I find this quite annoying. Especially if you are supposed to be in a meeting or if you are supposed to meet somebody and they show up late. I, I, I don't enjoy it. I'm usually we too early though. So that might actually bother other people because if something starts at eight, I'm usually there at 10 to eight. If someone says, meet me at a coffee shop at four, I'm usually there at 10 to four. So maybe other people have a pet peeve. People who are always early, but I'm usually just a little bit bothered when people are not on time. Here's our next pet peeve. Let me see here. People who don't use their turn signals. So this is the back of a car. This is the signal lighter turn signal. People who don't use their turn signal or people who leave their turn signal on. So sometimes when I'm driving down the highway there will be someone in front of me who has their turn signal on. But they don't ever turn, they just drive and drive and drive. And they don't ever turn the direction, their turn signal. It says that they're going. But also there's people who don't signal or don't use their turning signal. When they decide to turn, they just, all of the sudden they just turn. And both of those things. I think they bother me to, is this going to be a video about things that bothered Bob, the Canadian? Possibly. Hey, let's jump over a and take a few questions. I'm going to take the first one is from Agnes. Let me post that into the chat. Agnes from Francis. Hi. And have a good day. Is it better to use right now or right away? It's one of my pet peeves. I like to do stuff right away. I liked they're slightly different. But you can use both of them and they are very, very common phrases. Like let's say I need a coffee right now or I need a coffee right away. It just means there's an urgency to my need for a coffee, Agnes. So hopefully that makes some sense. Let's see here. Lawley has a question here. Lawley's question. Lawley is from France as well. Hi Bob. Can I say I am the pet peeve of my family? This, no, that would not be a correct sentence. I totally understand your meaning though. That you, yourself and your personality might be a little bit annoying to your family. But no, you wouldn't say that you're the pet peeve of your family. If you were writing creatively, you might be able to say that, but it's not a standard way to describe yourself. You would say, my family finds me annoying or my family finds me a bit much. I'll type that in. My family finds me a bit much. That would actually be a good phrase for later. Today. When you're a bit much it means you're a little overwhelming for people. I don't think you're like that. Lolly. I'm sure you're fine. Let's see here. Let's see. I'm trying to find, oh, here we go. Anna Anna says I'm nasty. Hello. I don't like bad smells. How can I correctly say that? So I would say that one of your pet peeves is things that stink a or bad smells. So you could see either were actually correct there. So you could definitely say that one of your pet peeves is that you don't like things that stink or stinky things or things that smell. Nathan GRS says, teacher Bob, happy Friday. Thanks Nathan. Happy Friday to you. Annoying habits. Are they similar to pet peeves? Thank you very much. Yes. So some people have very annoying habits. And you would also say when they do that thing you don't like it. So it's one of your pet peeves. So again, a pet peeve is something that you personally find annoying or something that bothers you. So let's see people who use their phone when you are talking to them. So I can't show you an example cause my phone is actually my camera right now. But I think many of us have had conversations where you're talking to a friend and every minute they look at their phone, so you're having a conversation. You're enjoying talking, but every time their phone makes a noise, even in the middle of a sentence, they look at their phone and they stop listening to you. So people who use their phone when you are talking to them, this is definitely another pet peeve. This one doesn't bother me very much. I think I might be guilty of doing this. I might be someone who does sometimes use my phone when I'm talking to other people. I really should stop doing that. But you can see in the picture here, this is the universal look that people have on their face when they're annoyed. A arms full, like this, rightly arms folded and then there's the friend on the phone. So in this picture, I would imagine these two friends decided they would go out for coffee or go out for something to eat and this friend is on her phone the whole time. Not Enjoyable. It's a much better to either turn your ringer off or turn your notifications off on your phone when you're spending time with someone so that you're not distracted. Always a good one. Oh, let's see here. Here's another one. I'm sure some of you actually do this, but for some people their pet peeve is people who drive with their windows down and their music really loud. So this is someone who has put a really loud radio or stereo in their car.