Throughout the entire world a person's habits have thoroughly irritated another's. These habits are may annoy one person more than another, or not annoy another altoget-her. With such a highly varied and intensely personal list of annoying habits available, it appears difficult to choose the worst. However, one habit is so annoying that at times it is life threatening. This irritating and dangerous habit is, snoring.
There are many reasons for my choice. The first is that it is snoring disrupts what is a basic necessity of life: sleep. Trying to sleep while close by a person you normally care for is making noises resembling road construction is difficult to say the least. Pat-iently you wait for the noise to subside so you can try to quickly fall to sleep. If that doesn't work you try gently pushing the human chain saw in order prompt them to be sci-lent. Soon you are tempted to smother the snorer with your pillow for a moment of si-lence, half-caring if they survive the encounter.
Secondly, it is almost impossible to convince a snorer that they, in fact, snore. Nothing short of taped evidence is enough to convince them, and in some cases it's not. It almost appears that snorer's have a genetic trait to deny their snoring. A comparison of their sleeping habit to a forest being clear-cut is always taken too personally. Your heroic suppression of your desire to smother the snorer's sleeping form is never taken with the deserved appreciation. The frustration is enough to grab your pillow and smother the snorer for their stubbornness.
Thirdly, and lastly, it is very difficult to find help when the snorer finally admits that they have a problem. Where does one find a cure for this aliment that annoys you and threatens the snorer with bodily harm. Over the counter remedies don't often alleviate the symptoms and sometimes amplify the snorer with reverb. There are surgical options, but snorers are often reluctant to go under the knife for something not life...