1. Parents are worrying that their kids won't be able to discuss what Tracey Emin is up to at dinner parties. Twitter: @blacksheep63 2. Our 18-year-olds are raving about granola, publicly, to people they haven't even met yet. Twitter: @JenniSowerby 3. Respected journalists are worrying about how green their Nespresso machine is. theguardian.com / Via Twitter: @donie 4. And they're having an influence on the real world around them. Twitter: @Dairetron 5. All while our children are playing with wooden toy versions of the same non-environmentally-friendly coffee pod machines. Twitter: @walternewton 6. People are littering avocado skins. Twitter: @fwglover 7. And making the fanciest shandies you've ever seen. Twitter: @Jackdoggydogg 8. Kids are being fed raw vegetables with mashed chickpeas in our restaurants, and it's not even written in a fun font. Twitter: @girlterate 9. People are drinking juices made out of plants that your gran would have in her conservatory. Sam Hodges @SamHodges Aloe Vera juice - without doubt the most middle class drink I've ever had. 03:45 PM - 25 Sep 2015 Reply Retweet Favorite 10. Northern institutions are selling foods that have been "hot air tumbled". Twitter: @hworsnop Hot air tumbled. 11. People are making toys for their kids out of lentils and Waitrose herb jars. Amos Mallard @AmosMallard The most middle class thing my wife has ever created? A baby rattle made of lentils & cous cous in a saffron jar... 05:13 PM - 12 Jun 2015 Reply Retweet Favorite 12. This woman isn't outraged that Morrisons won't deliver to south London, because she uses Ocado anyway. Twitter: @FrankieOByrne 13. People don't want to warm their tortillas in a bit of tin foil in the oven any more, so they're spending £20 on a tortilla warmer. Twitter: @AndyCallaghan 14. People are busking with harps outside Waitroses. Facebook: overheardinwaitrose 15. The Guardian is telling itself it's middle-class. Twitter: @onthecouchagain 16. There are dry-cleaners in our sweet and pleasant land that specialise in washing Uggs. Twitter: @LadyErinTheNerd 17. Look how angry this woman is. She is that angry about organic porridge oats. Twitter: @robinedds 18. Kids can't just sit and listen to a nice story any more. They need to do yoga at the same time. Twitter: @pinkgerbera1 19. Our dogs are on special diets. Twitter: @annieforrest 20. People are getting desperate about ponies. Twitter: @annatwigg 21. And our waterfowl will only eat seeded wholemeal loaves. Twitter: @Benny_Norris 22. Our music festivals are being sponsored by John Lewis. Twitter: @amsterdammed The '90s ravers have grown up, and now they appreciate high-quality kitchenware and a well-stocked haberdashery department. 23. Our pumpkins are being left to rot in favour of carved red peppers. Twitter: @jturnbull Does tradition mean nothing any more? 24. Waitrose is selling lollies made from coconut water and yuzu. Twitter: @strangebeers WTF is yuzu? 25. People are buying cold tea. Cold oolong tea. Cold oolong tea flavoured with elderflowers. Cold oolong tea flavoured with elderflowers made in Hampstead. Twitter: @MikeBrown__ 26. We're spending time worrying about slippery magnolia petals. Twitter: @Kathrynwarburto 27. People are leaving passive-aggressive graffiti about bluebells. Twitter: @TobyFoster 28. Our cats are eating terrines. Twitter: @Laur28 29. And somewhere in our sacred island is a squirrel who likes avocados, sourdough bread, and occasionally yogurt. woodandslate @woodandslate We have the most middle-class squirrel in the world. Cyril loves sourdough bread & avocado -but today-it's yoghurt! 07:32 PM - 19 May 2015 Reply Retweet Favorite It's called Cyril.