irritating me and myself...

by sing khan khai
(mandalay,mandalay district,myanmar)


what exactly do these words mean? "Irritating me and myself..." Hi sing khan khai, these words might have different meanings depending on the context that you are using them.


"Irritating me" is talking about an action, situation or object that is cause you to become irritated.

My back is irritating me.

The woman upstairs is irritating me because she is making a lot of noise.

I can't drive in Spain and this is irritates me (different tense).

The use of “myself” isn't very common with irritating. Could you provide a couple examples in context so that I can see what you are talking about? Just leave some examples as a comment below.

Cheers,
Diana

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