“容忍” 也行！You're using this to subtly tell the person that he/she is magnanimous than the person with the annoying behaviour, so he/she should close one eye. People would feel slightly complimented, somewhat.
“宽容” is usually the action of someone being lenient. If used in this sentence, the sentence structure will change. Don't use "你必须宽容..." as it will be hinting/saying that the listener is being too petty. Bound to offend someone real bad, but a non-native speaker is usually given some leeway...
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