12. You are too stubborn
“Being stubborn, or pretending to know things that you don’t.
If you disagree with someone’s opinion, say why, it will keep the conversation going and start a discussion (hopefully not an argument though). Falsely Agreeing with someone all the time can make you look needy and people see through it.
There’s nothing wrong with admitting you don’t know something, it’s actually a respected trait to have, and again will further the conversation you’re having. Trying to push your ‘false facts’ onto someone is frustrating AF especially if you won’t listen to the other person and be open to the fact that you might be wrong. For example, try beginning the sentence with ‘I’ve heard this…’ or ‘I think this is the difference between A and B’, people will be more open to discussing the topic.” — Alemlelmle
13. You look like you are trying to one-up everyone
“Trying to tell somebody a short story to show they relate to what that person has said, end up sounding like they are trying to one-up that person.” — masterofpuppies1989
14. Your stories are too long
“Telling what should be a short story, but you end up giving way too much detail about unimportant aspects of the story, and now the story is long and uninteresting.” — Vigilantius