"Don't litter, you S.O.B."
How far away does someone have to be for you to NOT hold the door open?
Because saying "no" to people can feel so good.
Being polite has its perks — and its downfalls.
Please take this quiz. Thank you.
His name is Zack, and he's great! (H/T Mashable)
There's a 75% chance you're either British or Canadian.
No one wants to be rude.
Ever used a giant Yorkshire pudding instead of a plate?
Do I want to know what a "bubble & squeak" is...?
It's time to accept it as the new nut butter norm. (H/T Laughing Squid via laughterkey)
Look at these well-mannered pups.
What a gentleman!
Well, sort of.
"Chivalry is dead, but we're letting women think it's not."
I'm not sorry. Not one bit.
If you see a friend without a smile, give him one of yours.
More reasons to be polite!
Er, excuse me.
What you say: "Yes, of course, no problem!" What you wish you could say: "I would rather jump in front of a bus."
No means no.
All things were said in a British accent and she absolutely said all of these things.*
This is the most polite and cheery way to give a huge middle finger to all the internet "haters."
This monkey has better manners than my roommate.
What a courteous bear! I bet it apologizes before it eats you, too.