Yes, I’m British and we say lift. For any persnickety Americans or wherever else-ians, I’m talking about elevators.
This isn’t so much an investigation as it is me wondering why traveling in lifts is more complicated than it needs to be.
The most irritating part is people not letting those inside the lift get out before they shove their way in.
And then they have the nerve to look at you like you’ve gotten in their way. Are they stupid?
Rhetorical question. Continue reading “lift etiquette”
This is a topic that always interests me because much like food packaging, fanbases generally come with this warning:
I know that’s not very PC, but some of them are just not people that I ever want to be around. I often find myself wondering why they behave the way they do and what their true motives are. What are they trying to achieve? Occasionally someone pops up here and I’m reminded of the downright toxic fan behaviour that occurs on certain parts of the internet. Luckily, I can laugh off most of the comments posted here but I have witnessed some pretty outrageous things over the years. The question I’m always left with is why?
Many, many months ago, I received an interesting comment and I decided to probe further. Here I present my findings and conclusions. To be fair I will add what I said and just paraphrase all of the responses that I got. Or is that unfair? Whatever, for privacy’s sake, I will do it like that, lol!
Continue reading “snarkvestigation: delving into the minds of overzealous fans”