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Hilarious and painfully accurate pie charts depict classic British awkwardness

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Is saying sorry as automatic as breathing to you? Are you more likely to overpay when eating in a group? And do you look for somewhere to hide when you suddenly spot a colleague on your commute? 

If you answered yes to all three then congratulations! You're British. 

Writer Robin Edds has created a series of hilarious and painfully accurate pie charts to depict these awkward, and undeniably British, reactions to certain situations. 

From passive-aggressively asking whose round it is to crying when someone sings happy birthday to you, these simple graphs are utterly perfect.

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British pie charts
British pie charts
British pie charts
British pie charts
British pie charts
British pie charts
British Awkwardness

[via Buzzfeed]

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