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  • Oh, boy, it feels great to be out and about againYou're excited to be enjoying the great outdoors  

    哦,孩子,再次出來活動的感覺真好!你很高興能享受偉大的戶外活動。 你很高興能享受偉大的戶外活動

  • and meeting both new people and old friendsThere's just one problem - the people. For every  

    並認識新朋友和老朋友。 只有一個問題--人。對於每一個

  • new friend in the making, there's someone who just  drives you nuts. They all seem to have bad habits  

    在製作新朋友的過程中,有一個人只是讓你發瘋。他們似乎都有壞習慣

  • that drive you up the wall. Why can't they just be  like you - no one has a problem with you, right?

    這讓你很不爽。為什麼他們就不能像你一樣--沒有人對你有意見,對嗎?

  • You might be surprised. Bad habits  are surprisingly common - and you  

    你可能會感到驚訝。壞習慣出乎意料地普遍--而你

  • might even have a few. These are the ten  habits that annoy other people the most.

    甚至可能有幾個。這些是最讓別人討厭的十個習慣。

  • #10. Rude Noises

    #10.粗魯的噪音

  • Remember when you were a kid, and the teacher  would drag the chalk across the chalkboard? You  

    還記得你還是個孩子的時候,老師會在黑板上拖動粉筆嗎?你

  • were just about ready to tear your hair out. Wellif you're sensitive to noises, it might be pretty  

    正準備把你的頭髮撕掉。好吧,如果你對噪音很敏感,這可能是相當的

  • hard to handle being around other people for longThere are a lot of little noises that people make  

    很難處理與其他人長時間相處的問題。 有很多人發出的小聲音

  • day to day that just drive others nuts. Some of  these include cracking their knuckles - which  

    導致他人發瘋的日常行為。其中一些包括敲打他們的指關節--這是不可能的。

  • might not be healthy for the joints either - or  smacking their lips while they talk. Sometimes  

    可能對關節也不健康 - 或在說話時咂嘴。有時

  • even something as simple as tapping legs while  sitting and talking can get on someone's nerves.

    即使是在坐著說話時敲打腿這樣簡單的事情也會讓人感到緊張。

  • So why do people make these noises  - and why are they so annoying?

    那麼,為什麼人們會發出這些聲音--以及為什麼它們如此令人討厭?

  • There's no one reason. Sometimes  people are just a little bored,  

    沒有一個原因。有時人們只是有點無聊。

  • so they do something with their hands  to occupy themselves. Sometimes it's a  

    所以他們用自己的手做一些事情來佔據自己。有時是一個

  • nervous tic. Some people are loud chewers and it  might not even be totally under their control.  

    緊張的抽動。有些人是大聲咀嚼,甚至可能不完全受他們的控制。

  • And neither is being annoyed by it. Some people  have a condition called misophonia that makes  

    而且也不會被它所煩擾。有些人有一種叫做 "失語症 "的病症,它使得

  • certain sounds intolerable to them. Something  as simple as people chewing the wrong way can  

    某些聲音對他們來說是不可容忍的。一些簡單的事情,如人們以錯誤的方式咀嚼,可以

  • make them panic or even become enraged - so it  might be best to just end the conversation there.

    使他們驚慌失措,甚至被激怒--所以最好是在這裡結束談話。

  • But this next habit definitely  isn't unintentional.

    但接下來的這個習慣絕對不是無意的。

  • #9. Being Too Blunt

    #9.太過直白

  • We all know that person - they say the  rudest things and then announceOh,  

    我們都知道這種人--他們說最無禮的話,然後宣佈 "哦。

  • I'm just telling it like it is!”. But reallyno one needed to know that this dress made you  

    我只是實話實說!"。但實際上,沒有人需要知道這件衣服讓你

  • look like a hot air balloon, or that you were  their third choice to go on a date with. Sure,  

    看起來像個熱氣球,或者你是他們約會的第三個選擇。當然。

  • there are sometimes when bluntness is a good  idea - if you have a friend who can tell you  

    有時,直言不諱是個好主意--如果你有一個朋友能告訴你

  • when you're being an idiot and about to make  a terrible decision, that can be helpful. But  

    當你是一個白痴,即將做出一個糟糕的決定時,這可能會有幫助。但是

  • there's a difference between that, and someone  insulting you and trying to pass it off as  

    這與有人侮辱你並試圖把它當作是對你的侮辱是有區別的。

  • bluntness. And if they don't like being told  that, well, you're just telling it like it is.

    直言不諱。如果他們不喜歡被告知這些,那麼,你只是如實地告訴他們。

  • But why are some people unable to  keep these comments to themselves?

    但是,為什麼有些人無法將這些評論保留在自己身上?

  • Some people are just mean. It may have been  acceptable in school to give someone a wedgie  

    有些人就是這麼刻薄。在學校裡,給別人打屁股可能是可以接受的。

  • or push them down on the playground, but  after graduation that's just called assault.  

    或在操場上推倒他們,但在畢業後,這只是所謂的攻擊行為。

  • So bullies have to find other ways to bully, and  the targets are often their friends. But not all  

    是以,欺凌者不得不尋找其他方式進行欺凌,而目標往往是他們的朋友。但並非所有

  • blunt people are bullies. Some are trying to  help, but don't know how to say it politely,  

    直率的人是欺負人的。有些人是想幫忙,但不知道如何有禮貌地說。

  • or are mirroring things they heard from  their parents. But good intentions or bad,  

    或正在反映他們從父母那裡聽到的事情。但不管是好心還是壞心。

  • this habit annoys people because it never  feels good to be insulted. People who get  

    這個習慣讓人惱火,因為被侮辱的感覺永遠不會好。得到的人

  • this treatment are likely to either become more  self-conscious - or just find other friends.

    這種待遇很可能要麼變得更加自覺--要麼就找其他朋友。

  • You might want these people to go awaybut these next group are just the opposite.

    你可能希望這些人離開--但接下來的這些人正好相反。

  • #8. Being Late - All the Time!

    #8.遲到--所有的時間!

  • You get that call that your friend wants to  meet for lunch! You cancel the rest of your  

    你接到電話,說你的朋友想和你一起吃午飯!你取消了其餘的工作。你取消了你的其他

  • plans for the day, get dressed, and hold off  on eating until noon - and then they call and  

    一天的計劃,穿好衣服,直到中午才吃飯--然後他們打電話來,說

  • say they'll be a little late. A little late  turns into 3:30, and the restaurant isn't  

    說他們會晚一點。有點晚變成了3:30,而餐廳並沒有

  • even serving the lunch specials anymore. Suredelays happen, but if a friend is constantly late,  

    甚至不再提供午餐特餐。當然,延誤的情況時有發生,但如果一個朋友經常遲到。

  • it's easy to start wondering why you're scheduling  your day around them. This is an even bigger  

    這很容易讓人開始懷疑你為什麼要圍繞他們安排你的一天。這是個更大的問題。

  • problem if you're planning a vacation with themor relying on them to pick you up from somewhere.  

    如果你計劃和他們一起度假,或依靠他們從某個地方接你,就會出現問題。

  • A lost afternoon is one thing, but consistent  lateness can cause much bigger issues.

    一個下午的損失是一回事,但持續的遲到會造成更大的問題。

  • So what's the holdup, anyway?

    那麼,到底是什麼阻礙呢?

  • It's not hard to see why lateness annoys peopleIf you make plans and then someone shows up late,  

    這不難理解為什麼遲到會讓人討厭。 如果你制定了計劃,然後有人遲到了。

  • the whole schedule goes out the windowAnd if a whole group of friends has plans  

    整個日程表就會被打亂。 如果一幫朋友都有計劃

  • and one person is late, it starts to seem  easier to just leave the squeaky wheel out  

    如果有一個人遲到了,就會開始覺得讓那個吱吱作響的輪子離開比較容易。

  • of the plans next time. But what causes  consistent lateness is more complicated.  

    的計劃下一次。但是導致持續遲到的原因更復雜。

  • Some people have trouble judging time, and the  next thing they know they have ten things to do  

    有些人很難判斷時間,接下來他們知道自己有十件事要做

  • and too little time to do them. Other people  get thrown off by their sleep cycle. Others,  

    而做這些事情的時間太少。還有一些人被他們的睡眠週期甩開了。其他的人。

  • though, just assume people will wait for them  - and eventually they might be surprised.

    不過,只要假設人們會等待他們--最終他們可能會感到驚訝。

  • Of course, some people might  want this next guy to stay away.

    當然,有些人可能希望這下一個人遠離。

  • #7. Being THAT Guy at the Party

    #7.成為派對上的那個人

  • Woo-hoo, party time! There's no better way  to meet people than an old-fashioned mixer.  

    嗚呼,聚會時間!沒有比老式的調酒會更好的方式來認識人了。

  • You dance, play some party games, and maybe getlittle drunk. But there's always that one guy who  

    你們跳舞,玩一些聚會遊戲,也許還有點醉。但總有那麼一個人

  • takes it too far. He thinks the party starts when  he shows up, but really, everyone's just wondering  

    他走得太遠了。他認為當他出現時,聚會就開始了,但實際上,每個人都只是在想

  • what he'll break this time. He's loud, seems  to think the party is his private stunt show,  

    他這次會打破什麼。他很吵,似乎認為聚會是他的私人特技表演。

  • and if it doesn't end with someone driving  him to the hospital after a kegstand mishap,  

    如果它不以某人在酒架事故後開車送他去醫院而告終。

  • the odds are you'll still have  to explain a few broken lamps.

    你仍然需要解釋一些破損的燈。

  • So why does he keep getting invited to places?

    那麼,為什麼他總是被邀請去一些地方?

  • Well, sometimes this guy is the life  of the party! He provides comic relief,  

    好吧,有時候這傢伙是聚會的主角!他提供了喜劇性的解脫。他提供了喜劇救濟。

  • but there's a fine line between being over the top  and just too much. Sometimes this guy is trying  

    但在誇張和過分之間有一條細線。有時,這傢伙正在努力

  • to get positive attention, and sometimes he just  can't handle his alcohol too well and doesn't know  

    以獲得積極的關注,而有時他只是不能很好地處理他的酒精,不知道

  • when to quit. His friends are usually willing  to put up with him - until his poor judgement  

    何時退出。他的朋友們通常願意忍受他--直到他糟糕的判斷力

  • goes a little too far and he says something he  shouldn't, or breaks something too valuable.  

    他有點太過分了,說了一些他不該說的話,或者打碎了一些太有價值的東西。

  • And if you don't know who that guy is in your  parties, think long and hard - are you that guy?

    如果你不知道你的政黨中的那個人是誰,請仔細想想--你是那個人嗎?

  • This next person won't wreck your  house - but they may wreck your nerves.

    下一個人不會毀掉你的房子--但他們可能會毀掉你的神經。

  • #6. No Sense of Personal Space!

    #6.沒有個人空間感!

  • An old friend sees you for the first time  in a while! You wave to them and hold your  

    一個老朋友在一段時間內第一次見到你!你向他們揮手,握住你的

  • hand out for a handshake - and the next thing  you know you're being swept up in a bear hug.  

    伸出手來握手--接下來你就知道你被捲入了一個熊抱。

  • They sure are excited to see you, even if  your ribs aren't exactly happy about it.  

    他們見到你肯定很興奮,即使你的肋骨並不完全高興。

  • Even after you're released from the vice gripthey're so close to you as they talk that you're  

    即使在你從鉗制中解脫出來後,他們說話時離你如此之近,以至於你

  • pretty sure you can see their tonsils. We've all  had that friend who talks a little too close,  

    很確定你能看到他們的扁桃體。我們都有過這樣的朋友,他說話有點太近。

  • hugs a little too tight, and gets your  attention by punching you in the arm.  

    擁抱得有點太緊,並通過打你的手臂來引起你的注意。

  • Sure, they mean well, but you're a little  afraid for your safety when you're around.

    當然,他們是好意,但在你身邊時,你有點擔心自己的安全。

  • Why can't they just back off?

    為什麼他們就不能退縮呢?

  • This can often be a cultural thingbody language and personal space is  

    這往往可能是一個文化問題--身體語言和個人空間是

  • different in different cultures, and even  in different regions of the same country.  

    在不同的文化中,甚至在同一個國家的不同地區都是不同的。

  • What feels natural and friendly to one  person may feel intimidating to another.  

    對一個人來說感到自然和友好的事情,對另一個人來說可能會感到害怕。

  • If it's a good friend, it may be best just to talk  it out and tell them that you're not comfortable  

    如果是一個好朋友,最好的辦法是把它說出來,告訴他們你不舒服。

  • with the high-intensity contact - and they'll  probably get it. If they don't, that's a bigger  

    與高強度的接觸 - 他們可能會得到它。如果他們不這樣做,那就是一個更大的問題。

  • problem and it might be time to find another  friend. Either way, your ribs will thank you.

    問題,可能是時候找到另一個朋友了。無論如何,你的肋骨會感謝你。

  • But at least they're happy to see  you? The next person, I'm not sure.

    但至少他們見到你會很高興?下一個人,我不確定。

  • #5. Being Too Negative

    #5.太過消極

  • Going on vacation with a friend can be excitingYou discover new places and you have someone you  

    和朋友一起去度假是一件令人激動的事!你會發現新的地方,你有一個人在你身邊。 你會發現新的地方,你有一個人你

  • know and trust by your side in case of unexpected  events. You're having a blast - but if they are,  

    在發生意外事件時,在你身邊認識和信任的人。你很開心--但如果他們是。

  • they could fool you. There's a complaint about  everything - the plane ride, the hotel room,  

    他們可以欺騙你。對所有事情都有抱怨--坐飛機,住酒店。

  • the restaurants. They even complained that  there are too many French people in France!  

    的餐館。他們甚至抱怨說,法國的法國人太多了!

  • Some people feel like they're impossible to  please. Even at the happiest event, they're  

    有些人覺得他們是不可能被取悅的。即使在最快樂的活動中,他們也是

  • the first to zero in on a little thing and spend  the entire rest of the day complaining about it.

    第一個將注意力集中在一件小事上,並在一天的剩餘時間裡都在抱怨它。

  • Why are some people so hard to please?

    為什麼有些人如此難以取悅?

  • Sometimes this is a sign of depression, where  they expect things to go wrong and keep their  

    有時,這是抑鬱症的表現,他們期望事情出錯,並保持他們的

  • expectations low. Other times they're  mirroring past experiences - maybe dad  

    期望值很低。其他時候,他們反映的是過去的經驗--也許是爸爸

  • could never be pleased even when they got all A's  on their report card. But whatever the reason,  

    即使他們的成績單上都是A,也不可能感到高興。但不管是什麼原因。

  • being around this person can be a drag for  people who look on the bright side of things.  

    在這個人身邊,對那些看重事物光明面的人來說是一種拖累。

  • There's nothing fun about having the  time of your life and suddenly someone  

    正在享受生活的樂趣,突然有人

  • is talking about all the things that could go  wrong. You can hear about bad things at home!

    正在談論所有可能出錯的事情。你可以在家裡聽到不好的事情!

  • But at least being a debbie  downer won't offend the senses.

    但至少做一個黛玉的落魄者不會冒犯感官。

  • #4. Poor Personal Hygiene

    #4.個人衛生差

  • We all know that person who just  can't seem to get it together.  

    我們都知道那個似乎無法振作起來的人。

  • Maybe they only seem to wash their hair once in  a blue moon and are constantly playing with it.  

    也許他們似乎一個月才洗一次頭,而且不斷地在玩弄頭髮。

  • Maybe they're a close talker and you  get a wave of bad breath any time they  

    也許他們是一個親密的談話者,而你在他們任何時候都會有一股口臭。

  • open their mouth. Maybe they can't keep  their fingers out of...everywhere. Ew.  

    打開他們的嘴。也許他們不能讓他們的手指遠離......任何地方。噁心。

  • These are habits most kids are taught to ditch  in preschool, and yet some adults still have  

    這些是大多數孩子在學前教育中被教導要拋棄的習慣,然而一些成年人仍然有

  • trouble getting a handle on it. Not only is it  gross to look at, but you might be worried that  

    掌握它的困難。它不僅看起來很噁心,而且你可能會擔心

  • being associated with these people will make you  look bad - or even pick up some unwanted bugs.

    與這些人有聯繫會讓你看起來很糟糕--甚至會挑起一些不需要的蟲子。

  • You've got to say something - but what?

    你必須說些什麼--但說什麼?

  • There's no tactful way to sayYou stink”.  Most people might avoid the topic because  

    說 "你真臭 "沒有什麼委婉的方式。 大多數人可能會避開這個話題,因為

  • they don't want to be #9 on this list and  lose a friend. But in social situations,  

    他們不想成為這個名單上的第9位,不想失去一個朋友。但是在社交場合。

  • it can be tricky to hang around  someone with personal hygiene issues.  

    與有個人衛生問題的人相處可能很棘手。

  • One of the most common causes of this problem  is depression - when someone is struggling,  

    這個問題最常見的原因之一是抑鬱症--當有人在掙扎時。

  • even the smallest task can be difficult to manageSuddenly taking a shower can feel like climbing  

    即使是最小的任務也可能難以管理。 突然間,洗澡會感覺像在爬樓梯。

  • Mount Everest. This is even more difficult when  someone lives alone and has no one to remind them.  

    珠穆朗瑪峰。如果有人獨自生活,沒有人提醒他們,這就更加困難了。

  • But if the problem is getting out of controlit might be time for a friend intervention.

    但是,如果問題越來越無法控制,可能是時候讓朋友介入了。

  • But this next hygiene issue may  be much more than an annoyance.

    但是,接下來的這個衛生問題可能遠不止是一個煩人的問題。

  • #3. Smoking

    #3.吸菸

  • For smokers, the whole world sometimes seems  like it's a big non-smoking zone these days.  

    對於吸菸者來說,現在整個世界有時似乎是一個大的非吸菸區。

  • Most places have banned smoking inside, but  even outside - that smoke carries. Not only  

    大多數地方已經禁止在室內吸菸,但即使是在室外--那煙霧也會攜帶。不僅是

  • do many people not want their friends smoking  around them, but the smoke is so persistent  

    很多人不希望他們的朋友在他們身邊吸菸,但煙霧是如此頑固

  • that it can linger on the clothes and on the  breath long after the last cigarette - which  

    它可以在衣服上和呼吸中徘徊,在最後一支菸之後很長時間--這

  • makes a casual conversation with a friend  a challenge if you can't stand the smell.

    如果你不能忍受這種氣味,那麼與朋友的閒談就會成為一種挑戰。

  • So why does this old habit  get so many people worked up?

    那麼,為什麼這個老習慣會讓這麼多人激動不已?

  • Well, for one thing - even if you don't smokesecondhand smoke can increase the risk of cancer  

    嗯,有一點--即使你不吸菸,二手菸也會增加患癌症的風險。

  • and other ailments. And if someone  has allergies or other lung ailments,  

    和其他疾病。而如果有人有過敏或其他肺部疾病。

  • being around a smoker can make them sickThat's why many smokers are retreating to the  

    在吸菸者周圍會使他們生病。 這就是為什麼許多吸菸者都退縮到了

  • few remaining places that allow smoking indoors  - often casinos, cigar clubs, and other private  

    剩下的幾個允許在室內吸菸的場所--通常是賭場、雪茄俱樂部和其他私人場所。

  • clubs - and many friend groups might as well  have a sign outside - smoking or non-smoking.

    俱樂部--許多朋友圈不妨在外面掛個牌子--吸菸或不吸菸。

  • Some people don't get that their actions  affect others - like this next group.

    有些人不明白他們的行為會影響到其他人--比如接下來的這一組。

  • #2. It's All About Me!

    #2.這都是關於我的!

  • Some people can't help but turn the  conversation back to their favorite subject  

    有些人忍不住要把話題轉回他們最喜歡的話題上

  • every time - themselves. You've all had this  conversation - you just applied for a job and  

    每次都是如此--他們自己。你們都有過這樣的對話--你剛剛申請了一份工作,而

  • you're waiting to hear back, and the next thing  you know your friend is launching into the world's  

    你在等待迴音,而接下來你知道你的朋友正在向世界上的 "大公司 "進軍。

  • longest story about the worst job interview they  ever had. These people can even turn a best man  

    最長的故事是關於他們曾經有過的最糟糕的工作面試。這些人甚至可以把一個伴郎

  • speech at a wedding into the story of how they  were the best friend you've ever had. If they were  

    在婚禮上的演講,將他們如何成為你最好的朋友的故事。如果他們是

  • a Disney character, they'd have a showstopping  musical number about how great they are.

    如果是迪斯尼的人物,他們會有一個關於他們如何偉大的表演性音樂節目。

  • So why IS it all about them?

    那麼,為什麼都是關於他們的呢?

  • Most of the time, it's insecurity. People  who are genuinely confident in themselves  

    大多數時候,這是不安全感。那些真正對自己有信心的人

  • and their place in a friend group are more  comfortable taking a step back once in a while.  

    以及他們在朋友圈中的位置,偶爾退一步會更舒服。

  • If someone feels like they don't really  belong or was socially awkward in the past,  

    如果有人覺得自己沒有真正的歸屬感,或者過去在社交方面很尷尬。

  • they might try too hard to make themselves the  center of attention. It can be an annoying habit,  

    他們可能過於努力地使自己成為注意力的中心。這可能是一個令人討厭的習慣。

  • but many friends just decide to put up with it. Of  course, if someone pushes it too far and hijacks  

    但許多朋友只是決定忍受它。當然,如果有人逼得太緊,劫持了

  • the wrong event, they might find themselves the  center of attention in the worst way possible.

    在錯誤的事件中,他們可能會發現自己以最糟糕的方式成為關注的焦點。

  • But at least these people won't  get you kicked out of a restaurant.

    但至少這些人不會讓你被趕出餐館。

  • #1. Were You Raised in a Barn?

    #1.你是在穀倉里長大的嗎?

  • The most annoying habit is one that shows uplot - at least three meals a day. Rude eaters are  

    最令人討厭的習慣是經常出現的--至少一天三餐。粗魯的飲食者是

  • a problem everyone deals with at some pointand there are so many ways to make a dining  

    每個人在某些時候都會遇到這樣的問題,而且有很多方法可以讓餐廳變得更有吸引力。

  • partner cringe in the restaurant. Maybe you've  got that friend who thinks every food is a finger  

    夥伴在餐廳裡畏縮不前。也許你有這樣的朋友,他認為每一種食物都是手指頭。

  • food - even spaghetti. Maybe they finish their  soup by picking up the bowl and slurping it down,  

    食物--甚至是意大利麵條。也許他們是通過拿起碗來啜飲來喝完湯的。

  • or maybe they can't even keep their mouth  closed when they're chewing. Either way,  

    或者也許他們在咀嚼時甚至不能保持嘴巴閉合。無論哪種情況。

  • it might just be enough to put you off your meal.

    它可能就足以讓你放棄你的膳食。

  • So why can't some people seem to eat properly?

    那麼,為什麼有些人似乎不能正常進食?

  • As usual, this comes back to how they were  raised. Table manners are one of those things  

    像往常一樣,這又回到了他們如何被撫養的問題上。餐桌禮儀是其中的一個方面

  • taught at a young age, and if their parents  made dinner a free-for-all, it's going to be  

    如果他們的父母把晚餐變成了自由活動,那就會成為他們的負擔。

  • harder to unlearn that later in life. The older  someone gets, the harder it is to break a habit,  

    在生命的後期更難解脫。一個人年紀越大,就越難打破一個習慣。

  • and there's no tactful way to sayYou eat like  a wild animalduring a date or friendly dinner.  

    而且在約會或友好的晚餐中,沒有委婉的方式說 "你吃得像個野獸"。

  • Maybe it's time to consider hanging  out with this friend at the movies,  

    也許現在是時候考慮與這位朋友一起去看電影了。

  • so they can face-plant into a bucket of  popcorn in complete darkness instead.

    這樣他們就可以在完全黑暗的環境中把臉栽進一桶爆米花中。

  • For more on annoying behaviors,  

    關於惱人行為的更多資訊。

  • check outAmerican Behaviors  Considered Rude in Other Countries”,  

    查看 "美國人的行為在其他國家被認為是無禮的"。

  • or watchWeirdest Phobias People Suffer From”  for how unpredictable social interactions can be.

    或觀看 "人們所患的最古怪的恐懼症",瞭解社會互動是多麼不可預測。

Oh, boy, it feels great to be out and about againYou're excited to be enjoying the great outdoors  

哦,孩子,再次出來活動的感覺真好!你很高興能享受偉大的戶外活動。 你很高興能享受偉大的戶外活動

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