Ryanair is horrible. The airline's agents scolded me 3 times. The 1st was because a roaming agent asked to see my boarding pass and I happened to be on my phone. I showed the mobile pass to her and she yelled at me for not printing it, but I had a printed copy in my bag. Meanwhile, at least 50% of passengers showed a mobile boarding pass later. The 2nd and 3rd time was by the boarding agent. He yelled at me for not having checked-in, even though I did so online, and then he yelled at me for not having the right documents. I didn't even bother asking what that was about and he just let me through.
The flight was delayed over an hour and boarding was a huge mess. Our gate was changed and we ultimately had to board via a hot, crowded bus that took 20 minutes to drive to the plane. None of this was announced. We then got on the plane through multiple doors, none of which were organized by seat number. It should be that passengers in rows 1 to 15 board through the front and passengers in rows 16 to 30 board through the back, but this is too much logic for Ryanair. Furthermore, the seats are old and uncomfortable, and the aisle has so little room that I was hit by 5 different people's bags.
The flight attendants don't give a crap about your comfort. The carts barely fit down the aisle and hit me a few times as well. The flight attendants slam drawers right next to you. Announcements were so loud and nonsensical that they kept waking people up. One of the announcements was to buy scratchcards for "a special chance to win 1 million Euros with 14 tickets for only 7 Euros." The proceeds supposedly go to a children's charity, but it's such an immoral way of requesting donations. Here's a bright idea: just donate the 1 million Euros to charity. Moreover, I've never seen this done on an airline.