It also irks me that anyone could be genuinely offended by this image.
What irked me originally, and irks me now, is that two newspapers (at least) should have printed what was clearly an overly rosy version of the facts.
What really irks me about the finalists of the poster contest is this entry.
One of the things that irks me a little bit about some commentary is that people often question reports without having any evidence to the contrary.
It's the sense of disposability and dispensability of the population that's ongoing and that really irks me.
However, what really irks Henry is when his frustration in defeat or his lack of a smile when he scores is seen as a lack of respect for his team-mates or his opponents.
What irks me most about this annual ritual of royal fiscal disclosure and the hue and cry that can be relied upon to greet it, is that nothing ever changes.
It is a significant Scottish story, yet it irks Miller that the London financial media display scant interest in its continued success, simply because it is a private firm.
Something about people who start every sentence with I that irks me.
It also irks me when people stop eating meat because ‘it's cruel’.