Started? Oh no, honey: more like "always been" for me!
For example, I get goosebumps when someone says they're going to get an "expresso" instead of an "espresso". The larynx/larnyx one drives me crazy, too, especially since I'm a trained singer. I get irritated when people go to switch lanes and turn on their blinker after
they've started to move over. Also, I get irritated when people drastically slow down prior to getting into an unoccupied turn lane. Waiting in lines makes me jittery and impatient. I cannot stand "that's not my job" people. I am a grammar
nut - bad use of commas gets me unnerved. Same with the typical its/it's, their/they're, to/too, lose/loose spelling problems.
Having said all that, I'm actually pretty fun and laid-back, I promise!
Those irritations I mentioned seem to be even more intense when I'm stressed... and who isn't stressed in nursing school?