Intro: Everyone has a pet peeve. Everyone has something that annoys them. It could be a person, a sound, or just how someone acts. I grew up in a house where table manners were highly enforced. My pet peeve is when people chew loudly. We are all most likely are thinking of that one person that we know who does this. Eating is something everyone does but chewing loudly, while you’re talking and chewing gum should be done with a closed mouth. I)
When people chew loudly is one thing I can’t handle listening to. A)
No one wants to hear how much someone enjoys the food by the way they are eating it. It’s better when you just say you like something. B)
It is an unappealing sight.
No one wants to hear someone else chewing their food.
It absolutely turns my stomach to watch someone's food churning in their mouth like a front loading washing machine. E)
It is rude; it is not pleasant to hear or to look at.
Secondly, when people talk and eat. This grinds my gears the most. A)
If you talk while eating, and you are older than a toddler, people may think you are a bit of a pig so it is not a good habit. B)
Sharing is good. Food is good. But sharing the sights and sounds of food in your mouth as you chew isn't good. C)
Smacking your lips as you open and close your jaw makes lots of noise. D)
When you chew food and talk it is possible for the chewed food to fall from your open mouth or get catapulted across the table. People are most likely going to be grossed out. III)
And lastly, people who chew their gum loudly.
It is unnecessary to chew that loud.
Everyone can chew with their mouth shut without making noise. C)
There is no need to blow a bubble and pop it every few minutes. Conclusion: Pet peeves are a weird thing. We all have them. They can be something little and insignificant. But it is usually a huge deal for you. Eating is something everyone does but chewing loudly, while you’re talking and chewing gum should be done with a closed mouth.
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