That (Annoying!) Thing You Do Let's face it, even the most compatible partners sometimes drive each other nuts. She's always late. He snaps his gum. And no one listens carefully enough. Syndicated advice columnist Amy Dickinson talks about those darn pet peeves and how we should handle them.
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That (Annoying!) Thing You Do

That (Annoying!) Thing You Do

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Let's face it, even the most compatible partners sometimes drive each other nuts. She's always late. He snaps his gum. And no one listens carefully enough. Syndicated advice columnist Amy Dickinson talks about those darn pet peeves and how we should handle them.