The results days being discussed all day (GCSEs, BTECs, T-Levels, A-Levels) - in particular them showing the students with mostly A*s, distinctions, or certain personalities just showing off getting their results on TV. Just take the envelope home and celebrate quietly if it's good...
I opened my SATs at school, but took them home for GCSEs and, A-Levels - mine were teacher-assessed, like the ones who got their results today. Exceptional at exams ≠ student who is actually intelligent.
Exactly, no, not the first thing anyway, it's more about other good contributions by that point. It's silly that for a young-ish person those are considered missed opportunities.Yeah, if a 50 year old dies and they haven’t got married or had kids, is the same thing mentioned?
This drives me crazy. So I make my dissatisfaction audible by doing the chhh...oooof sound of extreme annoyance ->More moaning about slow people, but I’m not sure if this is just a “polite British” thing. I went to a comedy festival yesterday and there was the typical bottle-neck of slow people trying to exit, despite there actually being plenty of space to walk around, but so many idiots strolling at a glacial pace like it’s a nice sunny afternoon with no sense of urgency, despite it being 10:30pm on a Sunday.
Then when you actually realise what happened to cause this - just one or two people with mobility issues being slow, which is NOT THEIR FAULT, but the people directly behind them seemingly being too polite to just overtake them. I’m sure the old man with the zimmer frame and the woman with the walking stick really wouldn’t mind people passing them, but then as soon as it piles up, suddenly there’s a good 1,000+ people walking at half a mile an hour
I need gays to stop sticking their tongue out in photos.