Do you ban mobile phones from the dinner table? Hate listening to someone's phone call on the bus? Does loud music from a smartphone drive you mad?
Well, you're not alone — people across Yorkshire have been naming and shaming annoying mobile phone habits and all three made the list.
Friends who use their phones in social situations took the number one spot in the top ten, with 73 per cent of the vote, according to the poll by Mobiles.co.uk.
In second place was people speaking loudly on the phone on public transport (70 per cent) and third was playing loud music off a mobile phone (51 per cent).
Most annoying mobile phone habits
Unsurprisingly, only 4 per cent of the 2,000 people polled said they didn't find any mobile phone habits annoying.
Mobiles.co.uk smartphone expert Abby Francis said: "If we're honest, most of us are guilty of at least one bad habit when it comes to using our mobile phones - whether that's talking loudly and proudly when we're on our daily commute or showing off that impressive dish we've just whipped up."
Psychologist Mandy Kloppers said mobile phones had become a 'lifeline' for some people.
She said: "No matter where you are the urge to let others know what we are doing has become addictive as well as irritating to those in the nearby physical environment.
"It seems that often, the friends in cyber space maintain priority over those in the physical environment. The key is to be considerate of others and to maintain healthy boundaries as to when using a mobile phone is appropriate."
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