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An Illustrated Guide To Life’s Most Annoying Moments

‘How to be Annoying’ is a humorous guide by creative studio Last Lemon that teaches you be an annoyance to the people around you. These ‘tips’ were submitted by users and illustrated by creatives Lisa Swerling and Ralph Lazar.

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