This is VERY important information…
They know. They’re self conscious about it. I’m not saying just totally ignore it. If it happens to come up in conversation because you’re interested in how it affects them, fine. But don’t bring it up for the sake of bringing it up.
Let the other people get out before you try to get on.
Pro tip: zoom in a bit on the picture so if they are swipers you have a chance to smack them and grab your phone back.
Paint_Brush_Now & DJ_Sk8Nite
Or at the very least, when you return the item do something as a nice thank you (case of beer, taking them out to lunch, etc.)
Kayge & h3w00d
Especially if you’re watching garbage Facebook videos in the break room and other people are trying to enjoy their hour of peace. Wear some damn headphones, Alanna.
Melesani & cassette_nova
You’re making it awkward by saying that.
Just because it’s someones job is no excuse to be a total jerk.
Also try not to cut off others.
ayyyyyyyyyymd & PM-SOME-TITS
You do not get to complain about the brand offered to you in someone else’s home (but yes you may politely decline).
No one likes a close talker.
“The window seat gets the wall and an armrest, the middle gets two armrests and the isle seat gets an armrest and more leg room. This is simple plane etiquette we live in a society we’re not animals”
Or maybe around people in general?
Especially if your real name/face/details are attached. People will find them and bring them up at the worst possible times. A few seconds of thinking about if it’s really a good idea to post that comment or whatever can do a lot of good.
Yes ladies, I hear you opening up a wrapper, drop it in the metal bin and walk right out the bathroom.
This also goes for movie theatres. You weirdos.
CheekyCharlie84 & ThatsBushLeague
This needs to be UNIVERSAL.
No one wants to wake up in the morning with dirty dishes, a messy stove, and soup splatter on the floor, Shawn.
I said one sentence to a girl I had never seen before at my friend groups table and sat down with my lunch. Before I even took a bite she grabbed one of my fries and said “this is what it’s like to be friends with me” followed by a giggle. I felt my eye twitch in anger.
JustinAdams254 & MapleSable
It may be inexpensive, but I like my pens.
It’s unbelievable how many people don’t do this. Whatever the vehicle traffic laws are in your country should apply to foot traffic as well.
Also if you get sick and aren’t forced by a shitty employer to work regardless then PLEASE STAY HOME. Wait until you aren’t contagious anymore. Employers should be encouraging this.
Except it’s reversed in Australia/London – like the roads – keep left slow traffic – right lane is fast traffic.
Treedomm & Amelisa1967
Chances are they have nothing to say and you’re only making them feel more awkward.
And leaving two squares does not mean you didn’t use the last of it!
swangdb & bradleykent
It can look really rude, even if you don’t mean it.
It’s not difficult to find a trash. I smoke and this is one of my biggest pet peeves.
The person behind you will thank you 🙂
Clean up after yourself anyways… but slobby guests are the worst.
Don’t crease pages or make notes in it.
Wait for them to offer. If they don’t offer, then they don’t want to share.
I’m trying to enjoy the movie!
Even if you don’t have to show respect.