Angry Brit leaves passive aggressive note on sugar jar to stop double dipping

When it comes to food hygiene, there are certain rules.

There's also etiquette when it comes to sharing a dinner table.

But when it comes to our hot brews, one thing that gets overlooked sometimes is double dipping.

Posting on Reddit, u/Daiye-Walker shared a message by a Brit who made their rage evident by leaving a message on a sugar jar.

In the upload, the poster said: "Is this passive aggressive enough? Or just aggressive?"

The photo shows a jar filled with sugar as a message on the front read: "Don't put wet spoons in me, you c****."

Yikes, we don't know how to feel about that warning…

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Since it was uploaded on the online forum, it racked up over 3,900 upvotes and hundreds of comments.

Some agreed that the message was a bit too much, while others found it relatable.

One wrote: "Nothing passive about it," while another said: "Just right! I hate people who double dip their spoons."

And a third Reddit user commented: "No, it's perfect."

But some social media fans suggested other ways to making the message seem less rude.

One Reddit fan joked: "If you end it with a kiss (x) then it changes the tone completely."

Another online user added: "And if you change what's written on the message becomes entirely different."

As a third poster replied under the picture: "Aggressively passive aggressive."

Do you think the person's message on the jar is too much? Let us know in the comments below…

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In other angry news, one delivery driver left a passive aggressive note on a customer's car.

Posting on social media, the anonymous person uploaded a picture of the note which had been stuffed inside a Ziplock bag.

Alongside the message was a total of $1.98 (£1.16) in loose change.

Usually, most of us will tell delivery drivers to keep the change when paying as a thank you for their work.

The photo quickly went viral with over 6,000 people liking the post – and over 1,000 people commented on it.

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