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23 Great British Values According To Twitter

Michael Gove wants British values to be taught in schools. The #BritishValues hashtag offers some excellent suggestions.

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1. Booze.

2. Mr Blobby.

A nation responsible for Mr Blobby being number 1 once upon a time #BritishValues

A Funking Good Time@HailBobbyGeorge

A nation responsible for Mr Blobby being number 1 once upon a time #BritishValues

8:34 AM - 10 Jun 14ReplyRetweetFavorite

3. Comedy socks.

4. Traditional street names.

5. Queuing.

#BritishValues confidently holding the title of "world's best queue-ers"

zoe@BabyWasu

#BritishValues confidently holding the title of "world's best queue-ers"

8:32 AM - 10 Jun 14ReplyRetweetFavorite

6. Tutting at people in queues.

Is it more British to queue or to tut quietly when someone pushes in the queue? If the latter then don't we need pushers in? #BritishValues

Nicholas Diable@Defencebrief

Is it more British to queue or to tut quietly when someone pushes in the queue? If the latter then don't we need pushers in? #BritishValues

8:04 AM - 10 Jun 14ReplyRetweetFavorite

7. Forming a queue with the minimum amount of people.

Forming a queue wherever three or more people are gathered together #BritishValues

Sarah Lonsdale@SarahJLonsdale

Forming a queue wherever three or more people are gathered together #BritishValues

11:12 PM - 09 Jun 14ReplyRetweetFavorite

8. Asking people if they're in the queue.

Standing in a queue and asking, "are you in the queue?" ever so politely to someone standing a bit skewiff. #BritishValues

Charley@charleymarley

Standing in a queue and asking, "are you in the queue?" ever so politely to someone standing a bit skewiff. #BritishValues

11:46 PM - 09 Jun 14ReplyRetweetFavorite

9. Just tutting generally.

The Great British 'tut' of disapproval #BritishValues

Dee@sayitaintsojoe9

The Great British 'tut' of disapproval #BritishValues

7:13 AM - 10 Jun 14ReplyRetweetFavorite

Tutting, but very quietly, so no-one can hear you #BritishValues

Hopi Sen@hopisen

Tutting, but very quietly, so no-one can hear you #BritishValues

11:54 PM - 09 Jun 14ReplyRetweetFavorite

10. This swan.

@turboholborn #BritishValues (overbearing State)

Political Chap@PoliticalChap

@turboholborn #BritishValues (overbearing State)

8:30 AM - 10 Jun 14ReplyRetweetFavorite

11. Spokey Dokeys.

Purchasing overpriced cereal because it comes with free spokey dokeys #BritishValues

Dirk@pugjoke

Purchasing overpriced cereal because it comes with free spokey dokeys #BritishValues

8:30 AM - 10 Jun 14ReplyRetweetFavorite

12. Language skills.

Going on holiday to a foreign country & speaking English slowly & loudly to locals & getting annoyed they don't understand. #BritishValues

Mr Wood@woodo79

Going on holiday to a foreign country & speaking English slowly & loudly to locals & getting annoyed they don't understand. #BritishValues

8:10 AM - 10 Jun 14ReplyRetweetFavorite

14. Having a stiff upper lip.

#BritishValues refusing to smile or interact in a pleasant way with any strangers.

ArsenalTransferNews@TwittaTwats

#BritishValues refusing to smile or interact in a pleasant way with any strangers.

8:21 AM - 10 Jun 14ReplyRetweetFavorite

15. Acting appropriately to any sign of sun.

Walking around topless as soon as a smidgen of sun appears no matter how skinny I am. #BritishValues

Anti-Cli Max@max_normal_

Walking around topless as soon as a smidgen of sun appears no matter how skinny I am. #BritishValues

8:06 AM - 10 Jun 14ReplyRetweetFavorite

16. Sitting on bins.

#BritishValues Coffee mornings on bin day

17. Soccerball.

One of the national football teams losing a competition and pundits bleating on about that one time it won 48 years ago. #BritishValues

Mr Wood@woodo79

One of the national football teams losing a competition and pundits bleating on about that one time it won 48 years ago. #BritishValues

7:37 AM - 10 Jun 14ReplyRetweetFavorite

18. This pub.

19. Choosing the right conservatory furniture.

Getting a conservatory and thinking that rattan furniture is the way to go. #BritishValues

not Darren @DforDerivative

Getting a conservatory and thinking that rattan furniture is the way to go.

#BritishValues

7:08 AM - 10 Jun 14ReplyRetweetFavorite

20. Putting traffic cones on statues.

#BritishValues Seeing a rogue traffic cone and immediately working out the nearest sculpture in need of a hat.

Mr Wood@woodo79

#BritishValues Seeing a rogue traffic cone and immediately working out the nearest sculpture in need of a hat.

12:17 AM - 10 Jun 14ReplyRetweetFavorite

21. Politicians trying to play sports.

22. Katy Price / Jordan.

23. This guy.

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