Here are just a few personal favourites which spring to mind. I'm sure you can think of your own to add to the list.
1. Grown women wearing items of clothing with cartoon characters or animals on them.
2. People who use 'The Daily Mail' to inform their social and political conscience.
3. Michael Gove. No more need be said.
4. Radio phone-ins, or more precisely the kind of individual who has the time and inclination to ring in with their ill-thought-out, bigoted and often not-terribly-eloquent contributions. Haven't they got better things to do like polish their golf caddies?
5. Golf. What is right about it? The outfits, the 'networking', the sexism, the elitism...?
6. Having Christmas items in the shops in September. I LOVE Christmas but not until about December 19th.
7. Women who don't go out to work (that bit's fine - if you've found a rich husband you make the most of it sister!) but who then spend all their time complaining to the rest of us (who work and have a family) about how busy they are. Unless you have small infants at home or do masses of voluntary work then you have no claim to the phrase 'things are so manic at present'!
8. Porridge boiling over in the microwave. It's a conspiracy. The moment you stop watching it and turn your back, there it goes erupting over the edge. When I'm feeling reckless, however, I do like to play a game which I call 'porridge roulette' where you set the timer, watch it rising and see if you can stop yourself intervening to switch it off. This is not an activity for those of a nervous disposition.