Not yet, that's why I'm repeating myself. The idea will normalize in people's heads, and since no one respects you they'll start 'recognizing' this behavior on their own.
I find the "cha"s mildly annoying, at worst, because my family has a tendency to do this or comparable things on the regular. Though, sometime in high school, my dad heard one on the radio that was referred to as the Al-Qaida Happy Birthday, or something like that, and it has since replaced the "cha"s in the song for the most part. Its exactly as racist as it sounds and was really funny... the first time... 8 years ago...
There was about 3 weeks of non-stop "busy" for me leading up to my friends wedding, but usually if someone asks and I tell them I've been busy, I then immediately follow up with a brief description of why. That is, if I like the person who asked. If I don't, then that is probably all they get.
I am mildly annoyed by the way people use the word rage sometimes and absurd hyperbole. I don't really remember being bothered by cha-cha-cha's, but I definitely will be the next time it happens.
I am irritated by spelling horr... errors, such as forgetting the 3rd sg ending "s" to verbs.
I can't even help it - I wish I could. Lately I've become almost totally impervious to spelling mistakes in French. Something happened - I probably OD'd on comments on Yahoo! frontpage articles.
Yes, I do peruse yahoo! frontpage articles, and then read the comments. Some are inane, some are funny, some are instructive, some are completely beside the point. Not unlike this forum, only "better mismanaged".
Also, I thought studly had only one testicle left. Though he might have had a new, prosthetic one clamped on by now.
Have you ever worked at an office? The humor here is a bane unto my soul.
A minor thing that makes me rage irrationally is when people use "text" as the past tense of "text." Now, I realize that the word hasn't been a verb for all that long, but does that not just sound wrong as hell to most people? When I hear someone say "Yeah, he'll be here soon, I just text him a minute ago," I instantly make up my mind that their mother smoked 2 packs a day when they were in the womb, and they shared their grade-school classrooms with farm animals.
The rage is only irrational because the verb conjugation has not been formally established. Rage about bad grammar is usually perfectly rational. Still though, I'm right.