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Why do some people do this?

Aspergers_Aspie

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It's annoying when some people do it generally too, for example fake coughing in a library can put you off, you could be sending an important email to, or be studying!
 

Judge

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It's annoying when some people do it generally too, for example fake coughing in a library can put you off, you could be sending an important email to, or be studying!
I've seen- and heard that as well. Worse when you consider their ire may be based on someone else talking. So they go on to make noise themselves. Dumb, but it happens.
 

Aspergers_Aspie

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I'm in a public library, a member of staff when I asked for a time extension using a PC, asked half an hour or an hour, I wanted a hour but because I was asked this question I ended-up answering half an hour. This confused me as the staff don't usually mind letting members of the public have unlimited time when only a few PCs are in use, (there are three people on pcs including myself) and someone who has been using a pc longer than me.
 

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