Ordering a cocktail without consulting the menu.
Taking a cafetiere into a meeting (and plunging it).
Withdrawing more than £100 at a cash machine.
Using a complicated sequence of keyboard shortcuts.
Being recognised by an attractive woman on the street in the company of your friends.
Potting two balls in a row during a game of pool, then asking for the chalk.
Pulling out a copy of the The Times on the tube while everyone else is scanning The Metro.
Popping to the garage for a pack of fags on your way to a party while wearing a tuxedo.
Answering any request from your boss with ‘I sent you that last week’.
Buying the non-sale item in a place with an end-of-season sale on.
Guiding a group of late night drinkers to the only dive still open with a nonchalant: ‘Follow me, I know a place’.
Transcending the drudgery of the supermarket shop by carefully selecting cheeses from the deli at the back.
Folding the pages of a newspaper with ninja-like speed and precision.
Passing through the gates of the tube without breaking your stride.
Cracking an egg with one hand.
Smoking a cigarette at any time between the hours of midnight and 4am.
Going behind a bar, even if you work there.
The moment of fame when your name is called out in a waiting room.
Strolling confidently away from a shop counter after handing over the exact change. No need to wait around – you know it’s right.