Britons have shared some of their snobbiest opinions – including that finger nails are ‘trashy’ and anyone ‘dripping in gold and designer clothes is vulgar’
Reddit users from across the UK took to the forum to confess the most judgmental opinions they’ve formed.
The discussion began after an anonymous man admitted that he thinks less of parents who wear pajamas outside of the house – insisting they are ‘setting their kids up to fail’.
People from across the UK have confessed the snobby opinions they’ve formed after noticing the behavior of others (file image)
The discussion began after an anonymous man said he thinks parents who wear their pajamas outside the house are setting a bad example for their children
Many other responses to the thread admitted they make judgments about people based on their profession and personal interests.
The man racked up over 7,000 comments, after writing: ‘What is a snobby opinion that you have?
‘Mine is that if you regularly wear your pajamas for any task outside the house, especially picking up your spawn from schools or going to the supermarket, you are trash and your children have no hope in life.
‘I’m from a council estate and this got so bad that the primary school I went to had ban parents wearing pajamas from entering the school gates.
‘If you can not even set an example for your kids to get up, get dressed, and be fresh for the day, you’re setting them up to fail.’
One person commented: ‘TV talent shows are the lowest form of entertainment’, while another chimed in saying, ‘Your bookcase should be bigger than your television.’
A third wrote: ‘If your entire house is gray, you have a French bull dog, lust after Pandora charms and name your kids Mason-Riley, Jaxon-Leigh and Indie-Rose, you are common as muck’
A stream of responses to the thread admitted they’ve made judgments about people based on their choice of home décor and personal entertainment
Others admitted they’ve formed snobby views based on how people behave in public and resent those who disturb others with their actions.
‘I hate anyone that treats public transport as if it’s their living room. Nobody needs to smell your food, hear your phone call, deal with your litter or your kids crawling everywhere. How you act on public transport reflects your attitudes towards other people, ‘one wrote.
Another said: ‘If you have a tattoo on your face, I’m going to assume you’re a criminal or an idiot.’
A third added: ‘If you take your shirt off in public when it’s hot (ie walking down the street, in a pub garden – I’m obviously not referring to beaches and swimming pools), you’re probably a bit thick.’
Others confessed they judge people based on their fashion choices as well as how considerate they are of others while on public transport