6) People who ask for advice, and when they get it and it's not what they wanted to hear, get defensive or feel the need to add extra facts to skew the situation in their favor.
All-capital one and text speaking all the time aside, I really hate this too!
Here's some examples I have encountered (not here):
(EX.1: In the message board about yoga)
OP: I want to start practicing yoga, got any ideas?
A: How about signing up to your local gym?
OP: No, it's too expensive
B: So how about buying some DVDs about yoga? I do this and am really into yoga.
OP: Nahhh, it's silly isn't it?
B: (slightly offended but still politely) Well....Books?
OP: NOOOO!! I hate reading books!! Maybe I should give up yoga, it's stupid. I knew that! Bye.
OP: I am so panicking about what to wear to my job interview!! It start within 3 hours!! Is it OK to wear my favorite pink leather mini skirt? Please help!!!!
A: Well, if I were you I wouldn't wear that to my job interview. How about a nice black skirt instead?
OP: I don't have any!
A: Pants? Or formal shirts dress?
OP: It's so boring, I want to be ME!!!
A: Well, in that case why not go there wearing what you like?
OP: (After 5 hours) I WORE THE PINK SKIRT AND you know what? I GOT THE JOB!! I PROVED YOU WRONG!!! YAYYYYYY!!!
The second one just upset me for a long time. Writing down an advise takes long time, so if you do not want to listen to start with, why bother to come and ask? And why insult the people who took their time and answer? It is just out of my understanding.