Things Universally Hated By Everyone

With so many opinions in this world; it is exciting to think of the things that almost everyone can use as a common enemy. Although there could be some things that people dislike, others may not, or may, at least, not mind it as much as others. However, with this list; these are things that almost everyone can agree overstays their welcome in our lives. Enjoy:


Dust is easy to dislike; there is indeed nothing a human can use dust and get any advantage from it. Although animals may have a bit more luck finding something to do with the dirt and grime, such as making their nests; humans, on the other hand, would much rather go through strenuous lengths to keep it as far away from them and their homes as possible.

Dust is one of the most unwanted home invaders, and yet, it almost always shows up uninvited with no way to prevent its arrival. Tedious to both clean up and keep away, it is no wonder that Dust would be the perfect candidate as anyone’s biggest enemy.


Hangnails are uncomfortable and typically offer quite an annoying sting to the root of your nail. Hangnails are that tiny piece of torn skin that won’t leave you alone unless you bite the bullet and clip it off completely, or ignore it until it falls off, or stays, and heals on its own.

The even more unfortunate part of the arrival of a hangnail is that they can be even peskier for your health in ways of risking infections. With that torn piece of skin giving an entrance into the insides of your finger, any bacteria can make its way inside.

The best way to prevent hangnails would to avoid habits such as nail biting; however, if you find yourself getting them even without the aid of that habit; know that dry air could also cause it.

If you have a hangnail, remember never to rip it off with your fingers. Although there can be that chance that nothing wrong will happen, you are still giving yourself a risk for infections. The best way to get rid of them is to either clip them from the base; or to wash them down with warm water, tend to it with antibacterial chemicals, and wrap it in a band-aid for it to go through the healing process on your own.

Waiting In Lines:

It is almost always unavoidable. At least once in your life, you have found yourself waiting at the back of a line to somewhere important; whether it is to get into an establishment, use the bathroom, or to ride an amusement park ride. Mostly everyone gets the fair treatment, and we all dread it.

It is also even worse depending on the weather; if it is raining or if the sun is beating down on everyone’s shoulders and backs, it can make things feel even worse than usual.

But then with those once in a blue moon times when you have gotten through to skipping past a line, permissibly that is, it feels as if you are on cloud nine. Congrats, try not to show off too hard in front of everyone else; it is like throwing salt into a wound.