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More two-word horror stories: Eye contact Lunch meeting Surprise party Planned engineering Sing along Conference call Signal failure They’re here Team building Low carb Record highs Unexpected item You busy? Quick word Friend request Leg day Your parcel Tax return Happy birthday
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VeryBritishProblems Jan 15
“I’ve had better days” - Translation: This has been the worst 24 hours of my life
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VeryBritishProblems Jan 13
If you say Monday five times in the mirror you’ll feel a bit sad and tomorrow will still be Monday sorry
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VeryBritishProblems Jan 12
“I wouldn’t worry about it if I were you” - Translation: I’m not you so I’m not worried
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VeryBritishProblems Jan 8
How to make someone say “you off?” 1. Slap hands onto knees 2. Say “right”
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VeryBritishProblems Jan 7
This is at least a 12-tea Monday, maybe even more
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Rob Temple Jan 5
How are those resolutions going? ( / )
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VeryBritishProblems Jan 3
Every single person in Britain has now reported that their Christmas was “quite quiet, really”
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VeryBritishProblems Dec 31
December: A lot of people doing the pub wrong January: A lot of people doing the gym wrong February: Pancakes
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VeryBritishProblems Dec 30
Ideas for getting more exercise next year: - Move the biscuits farther away - Buy a heavier kettle
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VeryBritishProblems Dec 29
Get free socks with orders from the Very British Problems shop until January (code: SOCKY)
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VeryBritishProblems Dec 28
“Thought you were going for a run?” “I was but I had a cake instead”
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VeryBritishProblems Dec 26
It’s free socks with every order in the Very British Problems shop until January (use code: SOCKY)
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VeryBritishProblems Dec 26
Yesterday: Eat 50,000 calories Today: Brisk walk That’ll sort it
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VeryBritishProblems Dec 25
Long old day, isn’t it?
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VeryBritishProblems Dec 24
Procedure for greeting guests: 1. Shout “THEY’RE HERE!” 2. Scurry around the house frantically for a bit for no real reason 3. Skulk and spy from window 4. Await doorbell 5. Pause for a few seconds, open door, start joyfully shouting as if it’s all a massive delightful surprise
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VeryBritishProblems Dec 23
Currently nobody in British shops knows who is and who is in fact not in the queue
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VeryBritishProblems Dec 22
“Sellotape” - Translation: Disappearing bastard tape
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VeryBritishProblems Dec 22
Because nothing says “panic buy” like the Very British Problems books 💝 🎁
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VeryBritishProblems Dec 22
Morning! Here’s the Very British hangover scale, may you be enjoying Level 0 today (from: )
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