When it comes to most things in life, I think our human instinct is to try to understand why someone would do or say something that seems totally awful and foreign to us.
We look toward their childhoods, to any trauma they might have experienced, or even a mental illness that would help us not only grasp what’s happened, but to find some shred of sympathy for our fellow human being, too.
Sometimes, though? You just can’t.
Here are 16 things people say they will never be able to muster any sympathy for, no matter what.
16. What were they thinking?
The people who create mobile game ads.
15. It’s definitely tough.
Companies who publicly whine that nobody is applying for their jobs or wants to work anymore, but doesn’t think anyone without a bachelor’s, 3-5 years of experience, and mastery of two coding languages is worth considering for an entry level job that pays minimum wage and doesn’t offer health insurance. Fuck those guys with a Dremel.
14. There’s just no need.
People being rude to servers/wait staff.
13. 0/10 do not recommend.
rapists. im forced to communicate with one, its terrible
12. Most of them are too far.
People who take those “prank” videos too far to where people end up getting injured or humiliated.
I really hate the ones where it’s parents using it an excuse to abuse their children, to the point they’re terrified or devastated. Like that one a few years ago with the invisible ink.
I really hope that kid is okay. That really gets my blood boiling.
11. Definitely frustrating.
Willingly stupid or ignorant people.
For me what’s worse is the people who know the truth and are actively spreading misinformation to the stupid and ignorant people to manipulate them for their own benefit.
10. Imagine being married to one of them.
People who park so sideways in a parking spot that it’s obvious that they clearly don’t give a f**k about anyone else.
9. It’s just so easy NOT to.
People that litter.
This makes my blood boil whenever I see it happen. I watched as someone threw napkins out their car window last weekend at a stop sign.
I honked at them and they flipped me the bird. Were they raised by savages?? Ugh.
8. It’s so simple.
People who don’t put the carts back.
“The shopping cart is the ultimate litmus test for whether a person is capable of self-governing. To return the shopping cart is an easy, convenient task and one which we all recognize as the correct, appropriate thing to do. To return the shopping cart is objectively right. There are no situations other than dire emergencies in which a person is not able to return their cart.
Simultaneously, it is not illegal to abandon your shopping cart. Therefore the shopping cart presents itself as the apex example of whether a person will do what is right without being forced to do it. No one will punish you for not returning the shopping cart, no one will fine you or kill you for not returning the shopping cart, you gain nothing by returning the shopping cart.
You must return the shopping cart out of the goodness of your own heart. You must return the shopping cart because it is the right thing to do. Because it is correct. A person who is unable to do this is no better than an animal, an absolute savage who can only be made to do what is right by threatening them a law and the force that stands behind it.
The Shopping Cart is what determines whether a person is a good or bad member of society.” Glenn Danzig
7. Seriously use your head.
You’re driving a giant death machine and refuse to use your blinkers, tailgate, and risk your life to make an exit, all to save 2 minutes. I might feel sympathy for your passengers, but if your face hits the pavement or you road rage the wrong person I don’t feel bad for you.
6. We’ve all dated one of those.
Emotional vampires. People who are narcissists and INSIST on everyone bending over backwards to make them the center of the universe.
I dated one of those. You disagree with them on anything, and it’s “Why aren’t you supporting me!? We’re in a relationship and I need you to be fully in it!!!” *whine*
…uh, because a healthy relationship means your partner tactfully calls you on your crap, with the intent of helping you be your best self–not rubber stamp all of your decisions, good or bad.
I’m so glad she’s gone.
5. A special place in Hades.
4. Really disgusting.
Adults that smoke in cars with children.
Go back to the late 80’s and bawl out my mom for me. I’m pretty sure I have that to blame for my asthma.
The one time I brought it up as an adult her defense was “I aLwAyS rOlLeD tHe WiNdOwS dOwN”.
3. They do cost money.
People who decide to plan on having a baby before they even plan on getting a job and wonder why a) they’re struggling financially and b) why their friends are pissed at them for making an economically stupid decision.
My ex just got married to a woman with 4 boys. He has a part time job and she is on benefits. He has a daughter with me. They recently went to Dallas to have her tubes untied so they can have a baby.
He flipped out on me one time because he was tired of being broke only having one kid.
2. People are starting to catch on…
The businesses who complain that they can’t find employees but don’t acknowledge that they mistreat their workers with low pay, disrespect and no work/home life balance.
1. You know what you did.
Toxic manipulators. You know what you did, and why you did it.
Don’t try to checkmate me in your bullshit, i will flip the board, s*%t on the table, and leave you in the mess.
I mean, I get it. I really do.
What’s something you would put on this list? Let us know in the comments!