I become disproportionately-distressed when people (both in person, and via any media channel) appear as if they intend to make tabulated comments during their supposedly-reasoned discourse, and then constantly fail to so do.
So they will always start, eg by interjecting ordinally "ONE!" or "Firstly!", or my especial dislike, the initial letter "A!" getting shouted-out, in preparation for a listed set of statements that never arrives.
But the coup de grâce (for me) is when they do that thing with their hands....that weird over-bendy wrist-pivot, where one of their fingers (in fact, usually the thumb) gets used to tabulate the first point.....and they then go on to NEVER complete that sequence. Or even increment it (admittedly, one in 50 might get to 'Two!', but have you ever seen someone make it, appropriately-enough, all the way up to five?).
I know it's just a conventional reaction, to pressure and stress. Disordered thought is an inevitable aspect of human psychology. But this is a real trigger for me. It's so annoying...people are much-more effective when they just talk, rather than subconsciously feeling they need to make some kind of quasi-formalised style structure.
And that "word"....my name for the phenomenon. It's been in my head for 45yrs or so, but it is clumsy. I said on the forum ages ago (thinks: mid 2017?) that I was going to share this word....a name for something specific many of you will have seen, but been unable to put a word to. But I bet most of you won't find it as....unsettling, as I do.
Comments please. (Yes, I know, but the therapy sessions cost too much