PEEVES by LARS ››
People who enter an elevator and turn to face you instead of the doors.
More common when the elevator is packed and there's one guy up front turned to face everyone else, but much worse when it's just you and one other person who silently stares at the side of your face the entire time.
Things that are wet that should not be wet.
Examples--Unwittingly sitting in a dewy chair at an outdoor cafe, someone handing you a dripping wet fork pulled from the dishwasher before the drying cycle is done, or trying to dry your hands with a hand-towel that appears dry but is not and only spreads the wetness around on your hands.