We all have our own pet peeves that may not seem like a big deal to others, but make us — irrationally, at times — particularly angry. For some, it's loud chewers, for me, it's tech not working properly, and for others, it's the use of the term "pet peeves."
Whatever our big annoyance is, it can make us fly into rages we might otherwise not know we're capable of. And based on how many passive-aggressive notes I've seen in my time, one of the most common ones involves improper parking jobs.
But when something makes us irrationally angry, it helps for us to recognize that it's irrational. Otherwise, our tempers could flare at the worst possible time, as it did for British stranger.