Adds with sound on homepages that start blaring some music or noises as soon as the page loads and you need a minute or so to figure out where to shut that damn thing off.
I will boycott everything that's advertised in such a way.
Websites that automatically play sound of any sort.
Try the old tricks: like the pointed-umbrella, the killer-elbow, the stumbling-leg... always with an air of normality. It works great time.
In crowds, I tend to avoid people as much as I can, swifting past them smoothly, but sometimes I get pissed off, and then simply stride on, staring right in front of me. Even if I am the opposite of a heavyweight, it works fine, and people move away from my path (it's standard behaviour to avoid crashing into other people). If it doesn't, contact with other people follows, usually shoulder-to-shoulder, and it becomes a matter of who pushes harder. The only good point is I'm so annoyed when I am in this kind of mood, that other people's annoyance get me happier in return.
One day, at a concert, I was trying to exit the place, with a line of friends following me while I was opening a path among the crowd. Everything was fine, until I found a dumbass that wouldn't budge. I stepped closer to him, to imply I was wanting to pass. Nothing. I politely said "excuse me", hoping he would finally get off my way. Nothing. Then I simply and literally put my arm against him and pushed him aside. He was surprised, and before he could regain his balance, almost all of us had passed. Then he regainsed his place, very very annoyed at us, just to receive another push by the last of us friends, making him actually trip and fell.
What a joy!
Don't know if this has been mentioned, but it bugs the hell out of me: People who don't come to a full stop at 4-way intersections and they think that because you stopped first then that means they don't have to.
Ha, welcome to being a grown-up. Get used to that.
She wasn't even talking about toothpaste!
It's fine when they don't loop the same song again and again.
So you wouldn't have been OK with it had she been discussing the merits of the multiple-colored stripes in Aquafresh, vs the monochromatic offerings from Crest and Colgate, or how she had found that Tom's of Maine works best for cleaning CD's?
^ Collection agency. They will not stop. Once they have a number that they think might possibly be linked to a person who owes their client money, they assume you are lying.
EDIT: I'm pretty sure you can make every effort to contact them (including snail mail) and eventually take legal action. I'll see if I can find my half-remembered source on that.
EDIT2: If they are actually looking for you, assume their claim is fraudulent until proven otherwise.