- People who don’t leave one step empty between people when going up the escalator.
- The police in Dartford are driving around in Smart cars and I now cannot take them seriously.
- The email from the National Lottery gets my hopes up too much.
- I live outside the UK so when I say ‘With all due respect’ nobody realises I’m insulting them.
- I asked if anyone wanted the last biscuit. Someone did.
- I accidentally rang the bell on the bus at the wrong stop, and instead of explaining my predicament to the driver, got off and walked the rest of the way home.
- I picked out something that wasn’t in the meal deal so I had to pay full price for everything as I didn’t want to cause a fuss.
- I said ‘thank you’ as a warden handed me a parking ticket.
- There’s no etiquette for using an umbrella in crowded areas during wet weather.
- I accidentally touched another commuter’s hand on the handrails on the tube today.
- My girlfriend claims to be ‘neither here nor there’ on Marmite. Now I can’t trust anything she says or does.
- My housemate finished the Heinz ketchup, and replaced it with Tesco own-brand.
- Even though we were the only two people in the Tube station, the woman standing on the left of the escalator made me very uncomfortable.
- Running out of ways to say thank you when someone holds a door open for you.
- Today someone asked me to use my lighter and I thanked him for using it.
And from the Twitter account So Very British: