Tuesday, 13 December 2016

10 Ways To Annoy A Londoner

10 Ways To Annoy A Londoner

I have been living in London for two years now (times flies!) and while to some of you that may not be long enough to call myself a Londoner, I feel pretty accustomed to London life now. Awhile ago I wrote a post about 20 things I have learnt since I moved to London and I had lovely comments about this post, so I hope people enjoyed reading it! I want to write more posts about London as I just love London so much and have so many things to talk about.

Although I do absolutely love London, after being here for a couple of years I have definitely noticed some rather annoying things that can happen to us Londoners. Here are 10 ways to annoy a Londoner…..

1. Wear a rucksack on public transport. Seriously, they take up space where someone could stand and just end up hitting everyone in the face. Please just put it on the floor out of the way or just don't bring it at all.

2. Have a big suitcase. Suitcases on wheels are literally just a way to slow everyone down and trip people up.

3. Get onto a train before letting people off. If you just let people off first, then it will be easier and quicker for you to get on!

4. Stand on the left side of the escalator. This is the worst of them all.

5. Walk slowly during rush hour. Londoners have people to see and places to be and are usually always in a rush, so please just pick up your pace.

6. Try and press the button to open tube doors. Just no.

7. Not having your ticket/oyster card ready when you get to the barriers. Please just get it out before or step out away from the barriers to let others through.

8. Refer to the tube lines by their colours. No that’s not the ‘red line’ it’s the ‘CENTRAL LINE’. Why is this so irritating?

9. Tell them happy hour is finished. This is the worst news EVER. £9.50 for a cocktail? No thanks.

10. Tell them you don’t like London or don’t understand why anyone would want to live there. Yes Londoners know that there are many annoying aspects about London (such as extortionate prices and just people in general) but we still love it and wouldn’t want to be anywhere else in the world.

Can you relate to any of these? If you have any blog posts about anything London related, I'd love to read them!

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