Bugs can be annoying. Especially the ones that crash or hang and do not have a root cause. A good example of such annoyance can be kernel bugs, where a faulty hardware/device driver hinders the kernel's suspend/resume process. Because, as a user, while in the middle of your work, you suspend your machine hoping to resume your work, back when at your destination. But, during suspend, or during resume, randomly the bug triggers leaving you with no choice but a hardware reset. Ultimately, resulting in you losing the entire work state you were in.
These are my observations in an urban city of a developing country. One unanimous comment that I often hear is Traffic. That that how bad it is, no rules, pathetic roads and so on...... The government is to blame for this unplanned growth that has been causing chaos. And then there's no effective system to raise, track and execute Tickets.
All these might be very facts based arguments if thrown out in the wild. What I haven't found is what people think of good citizenship. This is a regular nightmare. The citizens have vehicles but have no etiquette on how to make use of it.
We have close to 50% people on high-beam
We have the wannabes with bright flashy lights (Ones those go terrible on your eyes)