Coffee shop etiquette (Part Two) We’ve covered the basics but as with pubs, there are many more coffee shop scenarios that need to be addressed. Ordering (Part two) It really should be a simple process but people like to think that by making it complicated, they’ve achieved a feat similar to winning University Challenge whilst … More Coffee shop etiquette (Part Two)
Now that we have negotiated the car park, it is time to step inside the supermarket. No matter what supermarket you prefer, or where you are in the world, most of them are set out the same. Long term, this is so we can send our robot butlers shopping for us but in the short … More Squeezing melons and tickling plums. Supermarket etiquette (Part Two)
There’s no better way to start the day than with a Full English Breakfast. Whether you are hungover, planning a day climbing mountains, setting yourself up for an all day session or just a bit of a fat bugger, a decent Full English is as good a meal as you will get. As I try … More The perfect Full English Breakfast
I attended my first Christmas Party of the season last week and a great time was had by all. I’d agreed my outfit with my fashion consultant and despite being out all day, I had been drinking sensibly. I was following all the rules as set out in my previous blogs. Unfortunately there was one … More Force the fun. How to behave at a Christmas Party.
We’ve tackled how to queue for a Metro and hopefully you have found a seat but you are still a long way from being an accomplished Metro traveller. Even if you aren’t seated, there’s a lot more to learn. Standing Due to the basics of supply and demand, not everybody can sit on the Metro. … More Sweaty bellies, Ninja Turtles and Scampi Fries (A further guide to Metro etiquette)