Sadly many do
People who cycle very slow but pass you 10 time because they junp every f#cking red light.
people who remove their shoes in a restaurant, in a hospital in this case.
Oh, was this not podiatry surgery? I thought the tables looked different.
And on planes. If its an 8am flight, excusable (barely), you've probably had clean feet and fresh socks just a couple hours ago. If its 8pm, keep your fucking shoes on while we're in this sealed tube with recycled air. Nobody wants to smell your toes or see your verrucas
I was on a Regio train in Germany recently and almost everybody had their shoes off. It smelled like a manky rugby changing room. So nasty.
I usually fly late at night, always kick my shoes off, it is a 12 hour flight though.
I don't understand. You're not at home
I take my shoes off in the cinema
I hate the cinema
You lot are animals
Shoes off but socks on, where does that come on the scale? (Only long haul obviously.)
No different. Take clean socks
People cutting their toenails on the train. So out of order.
People cutting their toes in McDonald's.
Does the same apply to pants?
Yes, you should never trim your underwear in any food outlet.
had someone on a flight put their feet up poking through the seats on a flight. They were not there for long...I started cutting their toe nails for them.
The fake metal rattley sound they put over anybody lightly handling a gun in all tv shows and movies
The fake sound of a sword being taken out of a scabbard.
Mostly yes, but I have time for that in samurai/ninja movies/shows
I've only seen it on Eastenders.
i bet that fellow is a delight at parties.
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