Donne sciolte: Janet Street-Porter says new snootiness is 'eco-snobbery'

Janet Street-Porter says ‘eco-snobberyis the latest example of Britain’s class divide as posh shoppers try to ‘out ecoeach other by ‘drinking oat milkand ‘making kimchi

  • Janet Street-Porter said Britons are snobby about being environmentally friendly
  • British panellist appeared on the ITV programme today to talk about snootiness
  • Janet said she’d noticed that the new snootiness is all about being sustainable
  • Donne sciolte‘s Janet Street-Porter has claimed Britons are now snooty about being environmentally friendly as they try to ‘out eco’ l'un l'altro.

    The British panellist appeared on the ITV programme today to discuss Tatler’s recent definitive guide to the things you can and can’t be snobby about now following the coronavirus pandemia.

    Janet said she’d noticed that the new snootiness is all about being sustainable and helping the planet, branding it ‘eco snobbery’.

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    Loose Women's Janet Street-Porter (nella foto) has claimed Britons are now snooty about being environmentally friendly as they try to 'out eco' each other

    Loose Women’s Janet Street-Porter (nella foto) has claimed Britons are now snooty about being environmentally friendly as they try to ‘out eco’ l'un l'altro

    Lei spiegò: ‘The new snobbery in my book is eco snobbery. So people who are saving the environment, none of them drink milk no more, they drink oat milk, pea milk, and of course they all make kimchi, that smelly cabbage stuff.

    ‘Eco snobbery is the way to go, they are out eco-ing you,’ the broadcaster added.

    The Loose Women were discussing Tatler’s recent list unveiling what you can and can’t be snobby about now after the pandemic.

    The British panellist appeared on the ITV programme today to discuss Tatler's recent definitive guide to the things you can and can't be snobby about now following the coronavirus pandemic. Nella foto, stock image of oat milk

    The British panellist appeared on the ITV programme today to discuss Tatler’s recent definitive guide to the things you can and can’t be snobby about now following the coronavirus pandemic. Nella foto, stock image of oat milk

    Purchasing supermarket flowers and not knowing how to drive are no longer causes for you to be silently judged, according to the British society bible.

    It explained that snootiness, which was made trivial and unsuitable by the Covid-19 crisis, is now back, but with news rulessuch as no longer looking down on people who enjoy simple pleasures, like football.

    ‘New Snobberyinvolves being ‘ruthlessly snobby about other people’s misplaced snobbishness’, opinionated on overfilled lips and judgemental of men’s shoes and accessory choices.

    Janet (pictured centre-right) said she'd noticed that the new snootiness is all about being sustainable and helping the planet, branding it 'eco snobbery'

    Janet (pictured centre-right) said she’d noticed that the new snootiness is all about being sustainable and helping the planet, branding it ‘eco snobbery

    Tatler suggested gossiping came back in full following the photographs of Prime Minister Boris Johnson and wife Carrie in the Downing Street garden after their wedding ceremony.

    High society was apparently aghast to see the mother-of-one parading around barefooted near hay bales, while wearing a flower crown.

    però, to be the ‘right kind of snob’, shoppers who take their own bags to the supermarket, vocal vegans and reusable-cup owners now escape criticismwith sustainability being on-trend.

    The society bible said open marriages and BYOB (bring your own booze) parties shouldn’t raise eyebrows either, but fake-flower decor, prosecco and self-help books are still de trop.

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