This is a thread to share what you are a snob about, and possibly what you can't stand people being snobby about. Not too long ago, I hated coffee. But now, I'm a total coffee snob. I won't drink perfectly fine coffee that's been sitting around more than 20 minutes because it's stale (and it tastes stale). I can't stand it when my iced americanos are burned (because i know they were, and can probably guess how long they took within a 2 second frame - good ones take 18-20 seconds, burned ones are over 26 seconds, which i'm sometimes served). And coffee from a store that allows smoking indoors is absolutely undrinkable. ^While all these snobby things are general of most people who drink coffee, I proudly proclaim such, thus making me a snob. Having been a barrista for 2 years has contributed to the snobbiness - as when a coffee or espresso drink is bad, I can generallly identify why. On the other hand, people who are snobby about table manners at someone else's table annoy me. For example, people who travel to a foreign country, eat at a native restaurant and then refuse to eat that thier way (demand a fork and spoon at a restaurant where everyone eats with their hands - that restaurant probably doesn't even have forks and spoons!) or make fun of people eating in what is perfectly fine manners for their country (audibly - it's okay to disdain what you find to be bad manners, just don't make the people around you feel bad - more of them speak english than you think, dude!). But it's also when you go to someone else's house - whether their manners are 'bad' or 'over the top good', it's their table, so it's their standard of manners! You don't have to like it, just respect it (or at the very least just do it). So, what are you a snob about?