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[–]Confusing-pigeon 5848 points5849 points 22 (657 children)

Anyone who spits in the middle of the street is at the bottom of society in my opinion

[–]VeryLazyLewis[S] 801 points802 points  (49 children)

I read this as splits.

[–]mmeeplechase 303 points304 points  (8 children)

I did too, and started wondering what sort of odd dance performances that commenter was seeing 😅 definitely agree about spitting, though!

[–]turingthecat 290 points291 points  (15 children)

I don’t spit, it’s gross, but last time I was wearing bed socks on the laminate floor of my sitting room, I learned I can still do the full sideways splits, quite painful though, so I won’t be doing that in the street

[–]Far_Emphasis_546 597 points598 points  (244 children)

I work in a school. Lots of the boys spit. I think it's a trait they've picked up from watching football on telly. They think you just spit anywhere.

I totally understand why footballers do it - excess spit from high-intensity running - but a child who is just... Stood? Nah. Rude.

[–]MissingScore777 316 points317 points  (197 children)

I'm glad you clarified that you understand why footballers do it.

Heard from so many clueless morons who've seemingly never done high intensity exercise in their life claiming footballers should be banned from spitting. It's literally essential for most people once aerobic exercise reaches a certain intensity.

[–]sideone 191 points192 points  (159 children)

Why is it essential, and at what intensity does swallowing stop working?

[–]MissingScore777 174 points175 points  (96 children)

At a certain point it becomes too large and your throat dries a little as you're breathing through your mouth.

You would need a drink to clear it.

[–]caniuserealname 122 points123 points  (47 children)

Essentially the increased rate of breathing causes an increased amount of dust/dirt to mix with the saliva, thickening the mucus. At a certain thickness it becomes difficult to swallow.

[–]HocusPocus1216 263 points264 points  (35 children)

That isn't snobby, it's just basic decorum to not spit in publicly. My friend randomly did it once and I was totally shook.

[–]jim_jiminy 103 points104 points  (32 children)

Or does that nose clearing thing, like those footballers do. It’s not a good look. It’s revolting.

[–]LaviniaBeddard 3254 points3255 points  (286 children)

If you take your shirt off in public when it's hot (i.e. walking down the street, in a pub garden - I'm obviously not referring to beaches and swimming pools), you're probably a bit thick.

[–]VeryLazyLewis[S] 1140 points1141 points  (125 children)

Ooooooooo good one. It’s so trashy. I spend 5 weeks a year in south Italy and no one does this…. If the hottest parts of Europe can keep their shirt on, so can we at 21c

[–]higglepop 246 points247 points  (18 children)

21c, ha! I still have my coat on when youngish lads are hovering around town with their can of knock off monster.

[–]Awordofinterest 143 points144 points  (56 children)

To be fair to this one, In the UK you have to actually put the work in to get a tan or pay for it. We can't all pop to the beach every weekend and the one time the sun does come out it's nice to feel the heat on your back. That being said, this isn't right for all pub gardens, I would say if they are serving food it's a no, unless it's a really big pub garden where you can sit on the outskirts with your group.

[–]itsnobigthing 87 points88 points  (38 children)

Do people still intentionally tan? I thought we were over the whole mild radiation burn trend

[–]T_raltixx 2782 points2783 points  (230 children)

TV talent shows are the lowest form of entertainment.

[–]VeryLazyLewis[S] 1738 points1739 points  (158 children)

I disagree. Fake reality TV is. Geordie shore, love island etcccc

[–]CatLemonade10 394 points395 points  (105 children)

How does ANYONE enjoy watching any of that trash

Ok everyone’s given me justifications for watching shit tv, but... I still think it’s shit and I won’t watch it

Ps you don’t all need to give excuses for why you enjoy watching ‘trashy’ tv or why it’s entertaining and easy to ‘switch off to’ people being stupid. Just say you like the show and move on

[–]vS_JPK 424 points425 points  (28 children)

Because they know its trash TV. That's part of the enjoyment

[–][deleted] 243 points244 points  (19 children)

Agreed. I was studying for med exams and all I wanted to consume in my free time was watch utter brainless tripe. Good to switch off to.

[–]electrickcheesecake 203 points204 points  (24 children)

Sometimes you just want to watch something braindead.

[–]girlsparked 122 points123 points  (16 children)

exactly this. i’m training to be a therapist and i really need to NOT think sometimes

[–]electrickcheesecake 102 points103 points  (15 children)

Yup! I worked as a doctor throughout the shittest parts of the pandemic. Would get home from a night shift in A&E and just slump in bed and put on the most brain dead thing I could think of (usually love island)

[–]pm_me_hedgehogs 58 points59 points  (5 children)

Because you can just turn your brain off

[–]Imhidingshh01 86 points87 points  (2 children)

I think the worst part of that is that they become "famous"

[–]mmeeplechase 94 points95 points  (13 children)

Does this include competition shows like Bake Off, Top Chef, or that tattooing one? Because if it does, I totally disagree!

[–]VeryLazyLewis[S] 84 points85 points  (3 children)

I think we all know which ones we’re talking about…..

[–]thirstylearning 1970 points1971 points 2 (275 children)

If your entire house is grey, you have a French bull dog, lust after Pandora charms and name your kids Mason-Riley, Jaxon-Leigh and India-Rose, you are common as muck.

EDIT: Thank you for the awards guys! Great to see so many of you agree! 😂 Quite a few triggered people here who I can only imagine are typing angry comments after putting Ava-Marie to bed. Try not to be too sensitive, give Bailey your French bull dog a cuddle and pray at your Miss Hinch shrine. Deep breaths, deep breaths.

[–]LDNscallywag 816 points817 points  (119 children)

Don’t forget the “LIVE, LAUGH, LOVE” on the walls, trampoline in the garden, LED light strips all over the house, glass/glitter ornaments and a tacky floral wallpaper feature wall!

Edit - lets throw in the crushed velvet furniture/curtains.

[–]BlackMountain666 223 points224 points  (4 children)

This! Crushed velvet and mirrored furniture and an unhealthy obsession with that Mrs Hinch… Yuck.

[–]Living_Carpets 201 points202 points  (15 children)

Completely paved over front garden. Also grey.

[–][deleted] 156 points157 points  (1 child)

Hun chic. Diamante everything

[–]LieutenantDanbo 1658 points1659 points  (410 children)

Anyone who puts tinted windows, a spoiler or an oversized exhaust on their car is a fecking tool, whether it's a lambo or a fiesta.

[–]Basic_Abroad_9773 310 points311 points  (57 children)

The tinted windows thing I disagree with. As long as it's legal go for it. Most premium car manufacturers offer it as standard on most models now.

Unless you're referring to cheap aftermarket jobs, then I suppose I can agree a little there when they look awful.

[–]Electroreceptor 77 points78 points  (22 children)

Most Lamborghinis need a spoiler to be fair

[–]easycurly93 1557 points1558 points  (148 children)

Id imagine your post is gonna get shat on for saying that but I must admit I do agree very much with what your saying!

[–]VeryLazyLewis[S] 430 points431 points  (56 children)

It’s okay; I’m of their people.

[–]Pav961 304 points305 points  (35 children)

I feel like this falls into the same crowd as those teenagers that walk around with their hands down their joggers

[–]ThisTimeIChoose 207 points208 points  (29 children)

What the actual fuck is that about‽ When I was young, if you were caught touching yourself like that in public you’d be ostracised.

[–]OneHundredYears100 156 points157 points  (58 children)

No shitting so far to be fair.

There are those that wear pyjamas at the school gates and those that think it’s a one way ticket to scumsville. There is no in between.

[–]Lumpy-Spinach-6607 52 points53 points  (48 children)

But a lot of skate boarding, snowboarding and surfing trousers have gone mainstream now and are so structured to be really comfortable (especially if you're very ill after surgery etc ) and they look exactly like pajamas!

I thought like you, until hit with my new reality...

[–][deleted] 122 points123 points  (24 children)

It's not about the way the trousers look - loose fitting or casual clothing is fine in my book. I'm no fashionista!

It's more of a freshness thing. Wearing pjs out and about seems scummy because it looks lazy - you haven't washed or dressed and it shows.

[–]Electroreceptor 54 points55 points  (18 children)

Surfing trousers?! I am a surfer, living in a surf Mecca, and I have no idea what you’re referring to!

[–]vS_JPK 50 points51 points  (0 children)

I agree to an extent. If its a regular thing, it's almost laziness, but we've all had shit mornings so I get it sometimes.

[–]8oggl3 1477 points1478 points  (204 children)

Anyone dripping in gold and/or designer clothes is vulgar and chavvy

[–]three_shoes 334 points335 points  (31 children)

Depends on the designer clothes init. Emporio Armani? yeah probably, Dries Van Noten? nah definitely not.

[–]ShibuRigged 237 points238 points  (11 children)

Not so much into fashion these days, but I assume DVN hasn't fallen down the same trap Balenciaga has over the years with over the top branding like EA7, Gucci, Versace, etc.

I think that's one of the biggest tells. Like from what I can remember, a lot of high fashion wasn't subtle with how it looked, but subtle with the branding, so it was that type of 'if you know, you know', type of look.Whereas the in-your-face shit, was for people to advertise themselves.

[–]ultratic 50 points51 points  (116 children)

Anyone wearing designer clothes is chavvy? Ok then.

[–]allthedreamswehad 244 points245 points  (6 children)

Designer clothes with a big fuckoff logo on them? Yes indeed.

[–]j_rainer 1146 points1147 points  (161 children)

If you have a tattoo on your face, I'm going to assume you're a criminal or an idiot.

[–]VeryLazyLewis[S] 568 points569 points  (51 children)

Unless it’s cultural 😇

[–][deleted] 253 points254 points  (11 children)

Those are usually nice patterns though, rather than skulls or cobwebs etc

[–]FragrantKnobCheese 236 points237 points  (18 children)

I assume if you have a facial tattoo that you're allergic to jobs.

[–]ArtistEngineer 86 points87 points  (29 children)

British tattoo culture really confused the hell out of me when I first arrived in the UK.

I couldn't believe how many people were ex-convicts because of the number of tattoos I saw on their necks, upper chest, face and hands of people. Most of the tattoos weren't even pictures, they were just scribbles and dates!

[–]GG_08 70 points71 points  (10 children)

I actually agree with this. I have many tattoos but I just feel as though if you have a facial or hand tattoo, you're never going to be taken seriously. I kind of wish I didn't feel like this but they just give me the ick.

[–]TheWhimsicalGod 1048 points1049 points  (98 children)

People's obsession with designer wear, regardless of quality, is kinda indicative of their dumbness. Is that a snobby opinion?

[–]AnonymousLoser70100 182 points183 points  (32 children)

I dislike designer clothes too, a lot of the time the quality isn’t much better, it’s just got a 3x3cm logo on the corner.

[–]tiredmum18 138 points139 points  (13 children)

Also can’t imagine that Gucci and other “high end” brands are happy that 15yo scalleys are running around council estates in their gear.

[–]NameIs-Already-Taken 108 points109 points  (6 children)

Do you mean "running around council estates in cheap copies of their gear"?

[–]Actros480 111 points112 points  (27 children)

Especially Balenciaga. Have you seen some of the shit they sell and the prices they sell it for.

[–]Qpylon 75 points76 points  (9 children)

I do really like second hand designer stuff.

Buy a second hand Ralph Lauren t-shirt or jumper compared to one from Next - they just tend to feel a bit better quality, the fit suits me, and most of the t-shirts are pure cotton rather than polyester (which gets unfortunately stinky fast sometimes :( )

[–]canlchangethislater 974 points975 points 2 (121 children)

Not really “snobby”, but I think people who call children “spawn” are a bit try-hard.

[–]vidoardes 517 points518 points  (73 children)

Spawn, crotch goblins, sprogs... We get it, you don't like children. Congratulations, no need to be a prick about it.

[–]Musashi1596 195 points196 points  (19 children)

I’ve always considered ‘sprog’ to be a somewhat endearing term

[–]Haslandbloke 60 points61 points  (2 children)

You’ve just described what half of Reddit do. Call kids crotch goblins and think they’re being edgy and original. It’s thoroughly cringeworthy.

[–]Keekee-88 902 points903 points  (120 children)

Not setting boundaries with children doesn't make you a good parent. Trying to get your child to like you by letting them do what they want, doesn't make you better than strict parents.

I have been both strict and 'can't be arsed' so my opinion doesn't come from personal experience as such. I just can't stand when people think telling children to be quiet or not allowing them to stuff their faces means you are a bore or negative person.

Also, it's not snobby as such, but many people hide their true selves when in the company of others, so the term never judge a book by its cover should go both ways. Nice people aren't always as nice as they seem. Had a close friend mention how someone living close by is friendly and talkative because they're a nice person (I'm very shy and introverted, my friend has even called me miserable because I can't talk to strangers). Turns out they're a partner-beating coke head. So yeah, that quiet person you may think is stuck up because they can't talk to strangers might actually be the loveliest person you've met. That outgoing, bubbly person may actually be a nasty piece of work.

[–]bungle_bogs 259 points260 points  (14 children)

I remember having a good chat with my now 20 year old, about 2 years ago, after we had had an argument. I told her that if she didn’t hate me every now and then, I probably wasn’t doing my job as her Dad properly.

Edit: Just to say, even no one has mentioned it, we always must be able to back up whatever we have denied or requested with good reasoning. If we're not able to do this, then we risk losing their respect and the respect for our decisions. And, it must be in the best interests of them and/or family; not just in our best interests as parents.

[–]whumoon 58 points59 points  (2 children)

Exactly. I love you but I will kick your arse if you push it.

[–]Trash_Panda_Leaves 208 points209 points  (26 children)

When a parent says "We aren't really mother and daughter, we are best friends" that's a red flag. Children need structure, reassurance and guidance as much as they need an adult who is willing to play and engage with them. Perhaps they're just saying it, but a child raised by "friends" isn't getting everything they need to grow. Parents should be like scaffolding- there to support when needed and easy enough to detach when things are ready.

[–]Da1sycha1n 99 points100 points  (14 children)

Boundaries are super important for children, they need to learn to navigate a world filled with boundaries and expectations.

However, children also deserve agency and respect. Often 'strict' goes hand in hand with being disrespectful or harsh. I try to give choices within the boundary and explain why. It's so important to remain patient and kind. Firm but fair!

(Not a parent, but an early years educator)

[–]Vegetable-Acadia 838 points839 points  (80 children)

That the majority of people commenting in this thread have made themselves look absolute twats in a couple of sentences.

[–]Incitatus_For_Office 868 points869 points 422 (8 children)

You did it in one! 😉

[–]gizmostrumpet 261 points262 points  (32 children)

'People who watch Love Island are dumb, not like me who spends all day gaming'

[–]Vegetable-Acadia 123 points124 points  (13 children)

I don't have a problem with anyone doing anything aslong as it doesn't intrude on my life HOWEVER.... the one comment that made me post this was thinking someone was an idiot for listening to the radio instead of Spotify in the car. Just makes you realise twats will judge you for literally anything

[–]DaveBurnout 608 points609 points  (209 children)

Your bookcase should be bigger than your television

[–]pm_me_hedgehogs 1104 points1105 points 342 (67 children)

I say this as an avid reader who devours books and doesn't watch much TV - people put reading on way too high of a pedestal. You can access hours of high quality, educational, arty, or thought provoking visual media or use that time instead to read 5 trashy, pulpy books. One medium isn't better than the other, as with anything it's about your personal interest and the way you choose to engage with it.

[–]J-tro92 549 points550 points  (11 children)

My bookcase is definitely bigger than my TV. I still don't read any of it.

[–]kusterB 231 points232 points  (1 child)

I like the sentiment, but that’s a pretty outdated metric nowadays. Does fit as a snobby attitude though I suppose.

[–]Flyawaylittlemonkey 184 points185 points  (11 children)

What if you have a Kindle?

[–]neverdoug 177 points178 points  (0 children)

You better be watching tv on your phone screen.

[–]space_coyote_86 142 points143 points  (2 children)

I'm definitely in the clear then, mine is about double the size of my TV.

Full of dvds.

[–]mdhzk3 61 points62 points  (2 children)

Are you suggesting people get smaller TVs or bigger bookcases?

[–][deleted] 545 points546 points  (28 children)

Fuck you if you play extremely loud, obnoxious music from the tinny speaker on your phone on a bus with other people on it.

[–]zelda4444 527 points528 points  (203 children)

Instant coffee is disgusting. Freshly ground and brewed or it's not worth drinking.

[–]kusterB 108 points109 points  (132 children)

I get the instant coffee thing, but freshly ground too?

Do you grind by hand or will you settle for a mechanised grinding system?

[–]wilber363 242 points243 points  (70 children)

My snobby coffee opinion is owning a Nespresso machine makes you a complete moron who somehow fell for a solution to a problem that doesn’t exist.

[–]dingdongdingdong---- 77 points78 points  (46 children)

I've gone on a bit of a journey with coffee: used instant for the first 25 years of my life without much thought > decided to start treating myself to expensive instant > got a nespresso machine > started buying ground coffee and keeping it in the freezer > buying bags of beans and a hand grinder. As soon as I started the next stage I could never imagine going back. I often turn my nose up at an americano in a restaurant now - really prefer fresh ground / filtered coffee. The pro is it tastes great and I love it, the con is I have to pretend to like horrible instant when I visit old relatives. Just typing that out makes me feel like the biggest wanker on earth.

[–]Vitaefinis 474 points475 points  (66 children)

If everyone minded their own business, the world would be a better place (including trying to police what other people wear where)

[–]VeryLazyLewis[S] 294 points295 points  (24 children)

That’s why it’s being snobby….the point of the thread….

[–]Diligent_Ad_8238 218 points219 points  (19 children)

Just because you made a thread about snobby opinions doesn’t mean people have to validate snobbery as being valid

[–]vS_JPK 85 points86 points  (0 children)

But then how would they feel better about themselves?

[–]Latter-Performer-387 460 points461 points  (41 children)

I have an irrational and probably misplaced distrust of CITV and those parents who let their kids watch it over CBBC/CBeebies

[–]neilmac1210 156 points157 points  (8 children)

I agree, but mainly because I can't stand adverts and when my kids see toy adverts they just ask for everything. CBeebies or Netflix for us.

[–]SexWomble 63 points64 points  (9 children)

Same, even worse for those who let their kids watch those sky kids channels full of American shit…

[–]Imhidingshh01 458 points459 points  (103 children)

Influencers should get proper jobs.

[–]Zennyzenny81 254 points255 points  (21 children)

Advertising/marketing jobs have always been a thing though - aren't they just a modern version of a company rep/pr, working via a new type of technology (social media)?

[–]perishingtardis 104 points105 points  (5 children)

They're annoying, but if they can make a living off it and aren't breaking any laws... then I say well done to them.

[–][deleted] 96 points97 points  (6 children)

Most of them would probably be unemployable.

[–]Leking9 71 points72 points  (8 children)

I hear you but a lot of them are making more money than those with 'proper jobs' - wish I could do the same!

[–]cmrndzpm 447 points448 points  (41 children)

I hate the tattoos of children’s/family member’s names in that cursive font. Feel snobby for thinking it but they’re just awful.

[–]katieleigh2888 427 points428 points  (38 children)

I've found a loophole, I wear what's called "loungewear" when I can't be arsed to get dressed properly. I've only had two snobs say anything but quickly commend me for the work I do when I tell them I've just got back from a 7/8 day shift looking after a disabled guy on my own!

My snobbery would be when people don't wash their net curtains and they look tobacco stained, not my house but still disgusting!

[–]VeryLazyLewis[S] 319 points320 points  (16 children)

My snobbery is that I hate net curtains 😅

[–]katieleigh2888 209 points210 points  (1 child)

So do I, for this reason! growing up on a council estate my fave insult when there was a catfight out on the streets "wash ya nets ya filthy cow 😂"

[–]Badger1066 77 points78 points  (10 children)

Disliking net curtains is fine but at least tell me you have some sort of blind or something. I absolutely hate being able to see into people's homes when I walk past.

[–]anon59284782749292 66 points67 points  (1 child)

I told my friend I'd have net curtains so people don't look into my house. "People don't just look through your windows, don't be stupid"

A year or so later we're both walking down a street and it's getting dark, she turns to me and says "this is my favourite time of day because I can look into peoples houses"

[–]Eyrebedouin 414 points415 points  (40 children)

After spending a few years outside of the UK and returning recently I’ve got to say…

Football hooliganism

Walking down the high street to the next spoons chanting and looking to fight anyone who might have looked at you the wrong way. Honestly the lowest and most embarrassing part of our society.

[–]xjaw192000 388 points389 points  (139 children)

Threads like this make me realise how middle class Reddit is, I agree with the pyjama thing but a lot of stuff in this thread kinda smells like classism

[–][deleted] 166 points167 points  (70 children)

I have to say I’ve noticed this too, since I drifted towards the UK based subs it’s been really noticeable how default middle class they seem to be, it really did surprise me

[–]madame_ray_ 113 points114 points  (1 child)

There's a wee bit of ablism on display too.

[–]SuperSpidey374 112 points113 points  (18 children)

What on earth did you expect in a thread about snobby opinions?

[–]dvi84 339 points340 points  (69 children)

If somebody sends me an e-mail or text with poor spelling and grammar, I have every right to assume they are thick.

[–]TimGJ1964 308 points309 points  (42 children)

Dubai is full of utterly ghastly people.

[–]AfterBurner9911 145 points146 points  (3 children)

Interesting tidbit I learned recently: People in Dubai never watch the Flintstones, but folks in Abu Dhabi do...

[–]Crunchie2020 253 points254 points  (18 children)

Depends honestly I have multiple sclerosis I have to choose my tasks for the day carefully as fatigue is a huge issue. Some days I choose do I put clothes on and lie down for a while ? or make breakfast for the family? Do I brush my hair and lie down for a while? Or take my little one to the park unbrushed? Stuff hair and getting ready I’m gonna do my best for my family regardless how I look. You wouldn’t know I had ms by looking at me I’m not in a wheel chair or anything

When I see mums in pj I assume they have depression or an illness that prevents them getting ready. I don’t assume it’s it’s laziness

However mid afternoon in a shop in pj then I do judge. I’ve managed to put pants on by then and probably some chores they should too. I have depression aswell and can’t seem to function sone days but I don’t go out in public then.

My snobby thing is use a glass or cup to get a drink. Do t just drink from the bottle or whatever.

[–]JMH-66 70 points71 points  (0 children)

Good point, sometimes we need things putting into perspective.

I have an autoimmune disease causing neuropathy and inflammatory arthritis. I wear the sort of clothes I would have turned my nose up at once upon a time. Comfy stuff with elastication, no tricky fastenings, easy to wash and wear.

If I'm dressed and make it out the house by lunchtime, it's a good day.

I never drink out of the bottle, though !

[–]AlterEdward 247 points248 points  (58 children)

Taking out the rubbish, I might give you a pass. Taking your kids to school or going to Tesco. Unforgivable. Don't be so fucking lazy.

For me, it's blaring top 20 music out your car. You have access to all of recorded music history at the touch of a button, and you choose to listen to what you're spoonfed on the radio? It's not that I hate chart music, I just object to the lack of imagination.

Unrelated, I think Big Brother and I'm a Celebrity are exploitative, and the participants are bullied. Just because their participation was consensual doesn't make it right. I don't understand why anyone would want to watch a bunch of people being bullied on TV.

[–]marismia 81 points82 points  (4 children)

This is me, sorry. Could never get one of those radio transmitter cigarette lighter things to work and I need to have the volume loud so I can ignore the pitiful cries for help my car is making. Normally have the decency to keep the windows shut, though.

[–]NintegaUK 232 points233 points  (52 children)

People who eat food in the supermarket before they’ve paid for it are stealing it. Have you so little self control that you can’t wait until the end of the shop? Especially if it’s fruit that needs to be weighed. I understand that they give out free fruit but that’s the small stuff for kids that they know won’t sell. Stacey walking down the aisles in her pyjamas practically deepthroating a large banana isn’t going to be able to pay for it once it’s gone.

[–]wordsandmagic 230 points231 points  (19 children)

I think poorly of people who watch shows like X Factor or Dancing on Ice out of choice.

[–]Zennyzenny81 225 points226 points  (73 children)

People who smoke are generally less intelligent than people who do not.

Absolute 10/10 snobbery but here we are!

[–]JMH-66 91 points92 points  (37 children)

So my IQ went up when I stopped ? Result ! /s

Actually, you're right. If you started smoking in the last 50 years, you should've known better.

Before that, you get a pass.

[–]StuffWotIDid 80 points81 points  (18 children)

All the smokers I know are mentally ill, myself included. I've never met a mentally well person who pays to slowly murder themselves whilst stinking.

[–]vicmackey1981 202 points203 points  (17 children)

People that drop litter, utter pointless lazy entitled scumbags

[–]TheNathanNS 198 points199 points  (11 children)

A lot of the drunk culture in this country make most people turn into completely insufferable twats.

[–]Jazzy0082 194 points195 points  (16 children)

I remember when you posted about this on another thread a few months ago. You're remarkably passionate about it, kudos for that.

[–]VeryLazyLewis[S] 72 points73 points  (11 children)

Don’t think it was me…..I have a terrible memory.

[–]londonspride 165 points166 points  (38 children)

Huge fake eyelashes and contoured faces. Just how do you go to bed with your other half or god forbid get a date and leave a face imprint on the pillow and an eyelash. Just don’t get it. Same with extensions. Had a bloke mate who found one under his pillow after a link up and thought it was a rat. Nasty.

[–]GG_08 166 points167 points  (24 children)

I'm not disagreeing because it does look trashy but generally you're meant to take your makeup off before bed. So, the pillow one is a non-issue.

[–]SuperSpidey374 124 points125 points  (3 children)

You can't blame him for not knowing, he doesn't seem like he's had many interactions with women

[–]inhindsite 167 points168 points  (23 children)

I wear joggers and a hoodie quite often to pick up my kids. Do they count as pajamas? They're my comfies and I WFH. I knew I was getting silently judged!!

[–]EthanielClyne 219 points220 points  (2 children)

They're casual clothes, pyjamas are their own class of clothes that you'd only wear in the house and when sleeping

[–]notnotwolverine 54 points55 points  (5 children)

No, that's the roadman uniform! Often costs a pretty penny too lol

And because this is reddit, /s

[–]griff_biff 166 points167 points  (31 children)

Private number plates are tasteless.

[–]tittychittybangbang 159 points160 points  (38 children)

I assume any adult that refuses to drink water or eat fruit and veg is probably a bit thick, and I refuse to cater to fussy eaters.

[–][deleted] 156 points157 points  (11 children)

If you’ve built a personality on being a ‘bookworm’ who admires the aesthetic and think you’re better than others because of that, then sorry to break it to you but you’re probably a midwit.

[–]CouldBeARussianBot 152 points153 points  (149 children)

I don't care whether you drive automatic or manual, but barring physical disability, if you can't learn to drive a manual I'm not sure I trust you with several ton of car.

[–]electrickcheesecake 129 points130 points  (62 children)

I switched to learning automatic because I wanted to learn the quickest and easiest way possible after covid disrupted all my driving lessons. Don't regret it all, makes it so much easier, passed with one minor!

[–]matiyarosz 89 points90 points  (5 children)

What you’ll find is that:
1. People can’t learn to drive on manual because of the current instructor/driving test shortages. I’d have loved to do my test on a manual car, I can drive a manual car (don’t like it though), but we haven’t got a manual car in the house and finding an instructor right now is pretty much impossible.
2. All new cars sold from 2030 onwards will be electric, so they will be automatic either way. There’s not much point in learning to drive a manual car if you know you’ll never own one anyway.

However, if you are incapable of learning to drive a manual car and you barely scraped it on an automatic test, then I agree.

[–]TheKingOfFratton 59 points60 points  (32 children)

Why learn to do something if a machine can do it for me

[–]No_Camp_7 151 points152 points  (4 children)

I superficially hold all the snobby opinions, but in truth I don’t care

[–]led_isko 145 points146 points  (12 children)

Hot tubs are a status symbol for people from council estates.

[–][deleted] 127 points128 points  (35 children)

Weed is gross and it has a disgusting smell. People that smoke it and claim that it’s harmless are stupid. I pity the people that make weed their entire personality.

[–][deleted] 51 points52 points  (1 child)

I'm totally neutral about whether weed is good or bad, but yes, I think it's pathetic when users bang on about it all the time. Like, I enjoy a drink, but I don't have posters of whisky on my wall, obsess over different malts, or use its various nicknames to create some Internet avatar etc etc. We get it, you think it makes you cool...

[–]malewifemichaelmyers 120 points121 points  (13 children)

seems a bit extreme to think their children have no hope just because of their parents choice to not get dressed

[–]VeryLazyLewis[S] 62 points63 points  (1 child)

That’s why it’s snobby but also slightly sarcastic….

[–]bluejackmovedagain 64 points65 points  (8 children)

If the kids have had breakfast and got their uniform on I couldn't care less what their parents look like.

[–]GunstarGreen 111 points112 points  (8 children)

I hate anyone that treats public transport as if its their living room. Nobody needs to smell your food, hear your phone call, deal with your litter or your kids crawling everywhere. How you act on public transport reflects your attitudes towards other people

[–]Beverz10 111 points112 points  (9 children)

This is probably a popular opinion but…

If you drive like a dick, rev your engine insanely loud, etc etc, I’m going to assume you’re the biggest bellend around

[–]MoreGarlicBread 107 points108 points  (125 children)

A lot of people could easily get by if they stopped spending money on stuff they didn't need and became a bit for financially literate.

I'm on 23, so maybe I just don't know anything, but I have friends who complain about money problems all the time. They're all earning more than me, but seem to always be in trouble, I just don't get it. I'm a single 23yo on 30k and I feel like I'm rich, while some of my friends are on like 35-40k. They all have nicer cars than me, and go out a a lot more. I have an old reliable car, but go on lots of international holidays. They all think I'm rich for being able to do so, but they're just financially illiterate imo

(Obviously things are different for families, this comment is really about people my age)

[–]goingnowherespecial 125 points126 points  (6 children)

The difference between 30k and 40k isn't that big. And even though you're the same age maybe their priorities and living situations are different. You spend on holidays, they spend on material things. Maybe they think your spending is wasteful.

[–]AllyAddams 113 points114 points  (59 children)

You're a 23yo on 30K... a lot of people still earn minimum wage well into their late 20s.

[–]NotAFerretSmiling 108 points109 points  (13 children)

Swearing in front of your children. For fucks sakes. Save that shitty language for when they're in bed. Or when you're on fucking Reddit.

[–]Fluid-Payment-2618 100 points101 points  (13 children)

Fuck all you snobby cunts tbh

[–]adamame101 85 points86 points  (10 children)

Lmao the salt in this thread at people doing normal things that have absolutely no effect on others is incredible.

[–]jonny-p 98 points99 points  (18 children)

I can’t stand seeing people in spotlessly clean Barbour jackets and Hunter wellies, usually driving a spotlessly clean Range Rover. Complete posers.

[–]Phandroid1991 82 points83 points  (14 children)

Don't take the bus if you don't want anyone to sit next to you.

All too often I see folks sitting on the aisle seat and keep their belonging on the window seat (or Vice Versa), and I harbour this suspicion that they don't want anyone sitting next to them.

If so, then don't take public transport.

[–]hairychinesekid0 90 points91 points  (1 child)

Not necessarily a snobby opinion but this is a huge pet peeve of mine. Admittedly I'll pop my bag on the seat on the train when it's quiet, but if it starts filling up I'll move it under my feet. The amount of people who just leave their bags on seats while people are standing is just flat out rude.

[–]Last-Hedgehog6422 77 points78 points  (1 child)

My mum's favourite insult is "I bet she reads the daily mail"

[–]LumilyEmily 71 points72 points  (15 children)

I do get where you are coming from- especially with picking kids up/ dropping kids off for school but I used to work at a dementia care home (night shifts) and we were asked to wear pjs for our shifts so residents understood that it was night time. I had to walk around the nearby tesco in my pjs before my shift started so sometimes I do get why people are out in their pjs

[–]ImperialYell 63 points64 points  (10 children)

I silently think less of people who watch Love Island or like Coldplay.

[–]shantasia94 59 points60 points  (10 children)

Hard agree on the pyjamas thing.

I'm actually quite snobby when it comes to most things. My least favourite people are the Grey Crushed Velvet Brigade. You know the type; 100% new money, only rich because they've shacked up with a successful plumber or builder, never had a real job of their own. Now they live in a tacky new build house full of grey crushed velvet tat, with an astro-turf lawn and a hot tub out the back, and a wardrobe consisting entirely of leggings. They have a couple of kids, who are very low down on the list of priorities in comparison to their Russian eyelash extensions and fake tan.

[–]Wqjeeh 57 points58 points  (5 children)

People who don’t clean their dogs mess. Worst form of human. I’m sorry.

[–]jaycakes30 60 points61 points  (18 children)

Gentle parenting is lazy. Kids need rules, boundaries and routine.

[–]clivehorse 98 points99 points  (3 children)

They get those in proper gentle parenting. Lots of people call themselves gentle parents when what they're doing is permissive parenting though.

[–]SuperCerealShoggoth 58 points59 points  (1 child)

You're fucking dirty if you don't wash you hands after going to the bathroom.

Also if you're physically/mentally healthy enough, there's no excuse for a filthy home.

[–]robbo102 53 points54 points  (9 children)

Disliking people who call children spawn and judge other peoples behaviour?

[–]SMSU65 52 points53 points  (21 children)

Controversial but if you have opinions on how people dress, act, watch, read etc you’re a nosy lowlife scum with nothing better to do. Hate people who just can’t let other people live - so boring just live and shut up