"Checking What Trash Can The Neighbors Have": The hilarious Twitter thread reveals "terribly British" bedtime routines – including listening to Tom Hardy on CBeebies and sneaking in for your partner to close up for the first time
- Twitter users revealed their "terrible British bedtime routines" on a viral thread
- The amusing answers were posted on the social media platform this week
- One woman admitted that her routine was watching Tom Hardy on CBeebies
From watching Tom Hardy on CBeebies to checking out what trash bins their neighbors have, Twitter users have revealed their "terrible UK bedtime routines" on a viral thread.
The amusing responses were shared on the social media platform this week as Brits across the country shared their similar nighttime practices.
Using the hashtag #awfullybritishbedtimeroutinesOne person admitted, "Go upstairs … and look forward to the freshly laundered linens you made earlier and find out that you haven't put them back on yet."
While another said, "I had Tom Hardy read a bedtime story to me while a third added," Sneak up on first so you don't have to turn everything off and let the dog out for a while. "
Here FEMAIL picks some of the best examples shared online …
Twitter users revealed their "awful British bedtime routines" on a viral thread. One person admitted, "Go upstairs … and look forward to the freshly laundered linens you made before and find out that you haven't put them back on yet."
Using the hashtag #awfullybritishbedtimeroutines, another (above) said, "I had Tom Hardy read me a bedtime story." The popular actor was featured in CBeebie's Bedtime Stories
One British citizen stated that most people in the UK will double-check the doors and only be satisfied that they are locked with a "gentle shake of the handles".
One husband suggested that most couples would turn to their partner and say, "He's never going to sell ice cream at this rate" after hearing a fire truck drive past their bedroom windows
That person said, "Get on your knees and say," Right, you better go to bed than "before staying up for another two hours, which is an important part of their bedtime
Trying to avoid having to turn everything off and let the pets out was also often mentioned in the Twitter thread today (above).
This post explained how most Brits promise to stop making Netflix episodes when they go to bed, but most of the time fail to keep their promise in full
Even if we double-checked that the door is locked, some people will still go to bed wondering if it is locked
"Check what paint bins the neighbors gave out and do the same," wrote one Briton when replying to the viral thread
This woman suggested that many British people would find out exactly how many hours and minutes they would sleep if they went to sleep right away
This person admitted that they often went to bed frustrated after thinking about better answers to arguments
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