People that tap their feet or whatever the hell they are doing bugs the hell out of me when it starts to shake the table. Perfect example is at my university, most large lecture halls have long tables that seat more than one person. When you have somebody tap their feet, it shakes the whole damn thing. Not enough to screw up my writing but enough to feel and shake my concentration...
I personally don't.
To people who do: Please refrain from it while in the cinema, or, please I beg of you, while taking an exam.
A lot of people can't help it: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Restless_legs_syndrome
@pjacobson21 said:you guys know that's a real disorder, right?The fact that something as trivial as that has a disorder name attached to it is disturbing in of itself and yea I do it's a habit and it's comforting and it helps make me think
Not everyone who does it has that disorder, just as every asshole doesn't have ADHD, some people are just assholes.
All the time, and I usually don't notice till someone says something. But not only this, but I tap my feet, tap my hands, tap pencils/pens, day dream, am easily distracted, and have a horrendous nail biting problem. These ADD/nervous habits make it very hard for me to concentrate or stay focused for very long. =/
Yes I do and I fucking hate it. My knees always hurt because I'm always shaking them from side to side. The worst is at night when I'm trying to sleep and my legs just won't stop rocking from side to side. Curse you restless leg syndrome!