Wearing crocs, referring to the loo as the 'toilet' and sipping a glass of screwtop wine may have previously earnt some judgment from the upper classes, but according to Tatler it is no longer acceptable to turn your nose up at all of the above.
That's because the high society bible has updated its guide to snobbery, having taken a break during the pandemic when it was considered trivial to be snooty.
Now that things are getting back to normal, however, the publication has decided to give us all a lesson in propriety.
The list of 38 things you shouldn’t be snarly about shows just how relaxed the upper class has become, with some real surprises in what is deemed unacceptable to get your snob on about.
According to the publication, while they've weathered their fair share this year, it's also no longer okay to speak negatively about Prince Harry and Meghan Markle.
Meanwhile use of the word 'toilet' should not be looked down upon, which represents a big change for those who previously opted to refer to it as 'lavatory' or 'loo' instead.
The new rules also state that judging people on the COVID-19 vaccine they received is totally off limits, but talking about money, which is usually frowned upon, is now considered alright.
Despite previously turning their noses up about trends proving popular with the masses, Tatler has loosened the reins and are now way more accepting of Love Island, Pizza Express and screw top wines.
Turns out it is also totally acceptable for people to have dirty cars and wear Crocs, the footwear that is the ultimate divider of society.
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However, not everything has changed. The magazine has still released a list of things you’re allowed to be snobby about which includes fizz fave Prosecco, indoor plants, self-help books and influencers.
Tatler says the updated rules reflects a difference between being a snob and being intolerant.
With that in mind it makes sense that being environmentally minded is also deemed acceptable – “sustainability is now de rigueur”, so much so that not bringing your own bags to the supermarket is more likely to cause some unimpressed sniffing of fellow shoppers in the aisles.
Purchasing supermarket flowers and not knowing how to drive are also no longer causes for you to face the judgment police, according to the publication.
Meanwhile open marriages and BYOB (bring your own booze) parties shouldn't raise eyebrows either.
On the other end of the judgy judgy scale, chipped nail polish, being asked to take off your shoes when entering someone’s home and displaying Christmas cards from the royals are all fair game in terms of snobbery.
It is also deemed fine to be snobbish about Mykonos, Negroni cocktails, fake grass and designer dog breeds such as cockapoos, as they are considered common or vulgar.
Dating on Tinder and Hinge and buying books on Amazon are also fair game in the snobbery stakes.
Everything you cannot be snobby about according to Tatler:
1. Digital invitations, such as Paperless Post
2. Rescue dogs
3. Supermarket flowers
6. Screwtop wine
7. Not knowing how to drive
8. Draughty drawing rooms
9. Talking about money
11. Women’s shoes
12. The food at Hurlingham
13. Harry and Meghan
14. Which COVID vaccine you got
16. White wine/red wine with fish/meat
17. Parmesan on seafood pasta
18. Shop-bought baby food
19. Ridiculous dietary requirements
20. News subscriptions
22. Cappuccinos after midday
23. Doggy bags
25. Love Island
26. Selling Sunset
29. Badly behaved children
30. Hampstead Heath Ladies’ Pond
31. Astrology and manifesting
32. Small cars
33. Dirty cars
34. Open marriages
35. Outdoor heaters
36. Pizza Express
37. BYOB at parties
38. Not wearing make-up
Here's what you're still allowed to be snobby about these things:
1. Weddings that feature hay bales, rented dresses or bare feet
2. Self-help books
3. Displaying Christmas cards from royals
4. Being asked to take off your shoes when entering someone’s house
5. Chipped nail polish
6. Men’s shoes – particularly brown ones
7. Men in necklaces/Birkenstocks/red trousers/gilets
9. People not bringing their own bags to the supermarket
10. Disposable masks at smart occasions
11. Indoor plants
12. Fake-flower decor
13. Gold leaf on food
15. Filled lips