Restaurants that automatically include a tip with your bill.
I don’t like it when people call me “sir”.I suspect they are not being respectful at all and they just think “stupid old git”
I think that is actually illegal in Australia as it is “drip” pricing but anyway people here don’t tip.
Where to start, where to start. It depends on my mood actually. One day something will annoy me, next day it might not.
But, if I must choose one thing then it’s people who don’t pick up after their dogs.
People who park their supermarket trolley right in the middle of the aisle while they have a chat.
Or by the shelves while they go up and down deciding .
@Megalodon politely decline if paying by card, it is optional and 10% can add a substantial amount to the cost.
Or worse even, taking it always with them no matter how packed the aisle is just to pick an item.
I cannot stand it when shop assistants tell me to have a nice day.
I`m in England not the USA.
I do find it funny though when they say “sorry for your wait”,to which i reply “are you calling me fat”,i do laugh and tell them i am joking,then we all laugh.
I often call “Sir” . I quite often use it as a friendly gesture like Good Morning sir.
I ain’t bovered - but I’m not English.
People who quote studies, to promote their own viewpoint.
A bloody good post Sir!
Or when they do pick up their dog’s mess then deposit the bag in the hedge!
I hate being greeted by Hi YAH!
What’s wrong with Good Morning or good afternoon
When making a mistake people who post, ‘Soz, my bad’
My granddaughter had to explain it to me…
Not a big deal, but it was in a secure online chat to my building society with regard to my investments
Thats all you get in the Black Country Muddy.
I would be shocked if they said good morning/afternoon,even Gp receptionists say HIYA.
It really doesn’t bother me how people greet me unless it is intentionally offensive.
I don’t mind Hi but the Yah …no , or Hi Yah Hun
When one ,male or female says to another… " He’s/She’s … Hot ! "