What do you get when you cross St George's Day with Twitter? A brilliantly cynical portrayal of the true essence of Englishness, of course.
Forget the discussions about Brexit, the demands for a Bank holiday and the reality that you actually had zero control over where you were born - because these tweeters have got what it's like to be English down to a tee.
Someone just walked into me on the train. I apologised. They tutted. #ProudToBeEnglish
-- Ryan J Dalton (@MrRyanJDalton) April 23, 2016
I opened the dishwasher while it was running and apologised to it. #ProudToBeEnglish
-- Amy Whyte (@AmyMWhyte) April 23, 2016
-- lozzat (@Lozza_36) April 23, 2016
Saying sorry unnecessarily,forever moaning about the weather,rain wind or shine & queuing patiently whatever the occasion #ProudToBeEnglish
-- Jack Bowers (@JBOWERS91) April 23, 2016
A girl bumped into me on the tube. I said 'sorry'. #proudtobeEnglish
-- thetruthoflove (@tychamberslove) April 23, 2016
-- ?Bennie Denton? (@benniedenton) April 23, 2016
-- Skatronixxx (@Skatronixxx) April 23, 2016
-- Barry Humperdink (@MrsStocksy) April 23, 2016
The Queen, going down the pub, fish and chips, cups of tea, queuing, football.. #ProudToBeEnglish
-- Laura Joan Rose (@TinyKitten123) April 23, 2016
Socially awkward, polite, always complaining about the weather ? #ProudToBeEnglish
-- Mike the Knight (@magicmike_e14) April 23, 2016
At least we can laugh at ourselves, eh?