First, you should never upset someone intentionally.
Having said that, here is the most effective way to upset someone.
Attempt to convert them to your belief.
Weak minds go into a tailspin when they suspect they are being influenced.
Simply professing a contrary opinion sends the drama levels off the chart.
“Don’t force your religion on me!”
“You’re a bigot!”
“Don’t be hateful!”
You should WELCOME conversion attempts.
It’s a chance to test the strength of your own beliefs.
Suppose your religion teaches that it is an act of worship to use a hairdryer in the shower.
Someday, in the comment section of your blog, we might have this discussion:
Me: “Maybe you could turn off the shower before flipping on the hairdryer.”
You: “Stop forcing your views on others!”
Me: “Does your religion DEMAND the water and hairdryer be running at the same time?”
You: “…I don’t know…let me check.”
*researches the question*
You: “Actually. It doesn’t specify.”
Me: “Why would a religion encourage a practice that electrocutes the most devout followers?”
You: “Shut up! You voted for Trump!”
By the way, the second best way to wound a simpleton is…
…tell them you voted for Trump.
If you think it’s absurd to stand in a running shower with a hairdryer then…
…you’ve been indoctrinated.
Somewhere in the past, somebody preached this message:
“Stand ye not in running water with electrical devices.”
And you believed.
Somebody may challenge that belief someday.
If you’re smart, you’ll explain why you don’t shower with a hairdryer.
If you’re a simpleton, you’ll just get triggered.