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<p>“I don’t like the loud smacking when people are chewing gum.”</p><p style="text-align:right;">Bryson Nagaoka, </p><p style="text-align:right;">Waimea</p>

“I don’t like the loud smacking when people are chewing gum.”

Bryson Nagaoka,

Waimea

<p>“My pet peeve is people who forget to turn their blinding brights down at night, when they’re approaching you on the road, or when they’re behind you.”</p><p style="text-align:right;">Jennifer Hussong, Waimea</p>

“My pet peeve is people who forget to turn their blinding brights down at night, when they’re approaching you on the road, or when they’re behind you.”

Jennifer Hussong, Waimea

<p>“Lying.”</p><p style="text-align:right;">Lorrie Smith, Waikoloa</p>

“Lying.”

Lorrie Smith, Waikoloa

<p>“I think, inviting someone to an activity, and then asking who else is going.”</p><p style="text-align:right;">Marian Clark, Waikoloa</p>

“I think, inviting someone to an activity, and then asking who else is going.”

Marian Clark, Waikoloa

<p>“When somebody pulls out in front of you and then goes real slow, especially when nobody is behind you, and they could have waited.”</p><p style="text-align:right;">Susan Grimm, lives in Kona, works in South Kohala</p>

“When somebody pulls out in front of you and then goes real slow, especially when nobody is behind you, and they could have waited.”

Susan Grimm, lives in Kona, works in South Kohala

“I don’t like the loud smacking when people are chewing gum.”

Bryson Nagaoka,

Waimea

“My pet peeve is people who forget to turn their blinding brights down at night, when they’re approaching you on the road, or when they’re behind you.”

Jennifer Hussong, Waimea

“Lying.”

Lorrie Smith, Waikoloa

“I think, inviting someone to an activity, and then asking who else is going.”

Marian Clark, Waikoloa

“When somebody pulls out in front of you and then goes real slow, especially when nobody is behind you, and they could have waited.”

Susan Grimm, lives in Kona, works in South Kohala

By Catherine Tarleton