Very British Problems was too relatable as celebs spoke of their awkward experiences at school


Very British Problems has made a return to Channel 4 with a new series, this time talking about British awkwardness at school.

Celebrities including James Corden, Jack Whitehall, David Tennant and Catherine Tate offered their observations on topics including sex education classes, the horror of mouldy PE kits, and how the UK became a nation of binge drinkers. Twitter couldn't help but notice how rateable everything they were saying was.

The admissions prompted some others on Twitter to bring up not-so fond memories of their own from school.

Those painful memories are best kept buried really, aren't they.