Yea, I've heard that one too. But to me it's just plain rude. If you have to belch then you have to. But say "excuse me." I believe I got that from my mother. When my grandmother was alive and she belched she would say, "Better out than in." She would not say "excuse me." My brother and I would laugh so hard. But my mother did not think it was funny at all and would punish us for laughing. LOLOL....it was funny then but now I probably would still laugh at the way she said it but still think it rude.
There is nothing I can think of that "drives me crazy", but, there are many things that vex me in this world.
2Peter 2:7.. and if he rescued righteous Lot, greatly distressed by the sensual conduct of the wicked
2Peter 2:8.. (for as that righteous man lived among them day after day, he was tormenting his righteous soul over their lawless deeds that he saw and heard);
We love dogs,dog are man's best friends....but we have two cats instead(to kill God's bounty).One tries to bite my ankles if I forgot to feed it on time and the other one walks on our faces,stove,computers.God should of given us more sense-of-humor.
Yes, sometimes I use get a little frustrated when someone does not catch on when I want them too. But I had to remember that it is in the Holy Spirit's time not ours. I learned that there may be a lot that the Holy Spirit has to sift through and work out or in their lives. Now, I pray that God will continue to reveal His spirit to the person I am trying to minister to. And, in due time the Holy Spirit always accomplishes what He wants to do in their lives.