Top Ten Amusing Things the British Get Embarrassed OverBritgirl I have to admit, it took all my courage to make this list! Yes, it's true, us Brits are a reserved lot. Things which are perfectly natural in other countries make us beetroot red when we are faced with them.
The Top Ten
We hide toilet roll packets under our arms in supermarkets in case we bump into someone we know and reveal that we in fact do use the toilet too! - Britgirl
Heh. Yup, this list is so relatable! - SansTheComic
Oh God! Not the toilet! - Icantbelieveitsnotbutter
This is horrific! Usually us Brits stand metres apart from strangers. A queue in a supermarket, etc, seems looong simply because of the distance we stand from one another. So imagine when we are forced to stand less than a metre away from a complete stranger! - Britgirl
It's okay, I haven't touched a human in 17 years next month.
This can get really awkward. - Icantbelieveitsnotbutter
I’m not British, but I hate when this happens. - Miauzer
I'm not British, I'm American. But affection in front of my parents embarrasses me like crazy! (or what would they say in England? Like mad? ) - RockFashionista
VERY awkward as a child, but it doesn't get easier with age, trust me! Whew! - Britgirl
Sometimes I get a little embarrassed... But what can I say! I'm british! - IronSabbathPriest
Throat freeze the moment the question has been asked. "You mean you ACTUALLY want me to sing out loud?! " - Britgirl
Come to Britain just to see a room full of "Brave Brits" shrink into their seats at the prospect of being asked to do this. It's really quite something to see. - Britgirl
Unless we're drunk. That is and then we even get the words wrong. But start this song as sober as a judge then we are barely audible. No Brit likes to be the first to start this song for fear that other's won't join in. - Britgirl
Nooo... Resulting in sweaty palms, nervous giggles and squeaky voices. Dreadful! - Britgirl
I'm just too polite to let this atrocity happen. When I'm old, I'll hit people with my cane to get them out of their seats! And apologise heavily the moment I sit down. - PositronWildhawk
I would of course stand because if they break a body part, guess whose going to jail? But if they have Avery strong cane/walker/wheelchair, then I would take the seat.
It depends how old I am at the time. Caught you out there didn't I?. - IronSabbathPriest
What a perdicament! Do we take the seat and make the nice elderly person stand, knowing their hip could shatter as the stand for you OR refuse and appear snobbish? You tell me; what would YOU do? - Britgirl
yes. - SansTheComic
Very embarrassing, you feel like an idiot.
So Awkward! Like what do you do?
yes! - SansTheComic