PEOPLE ordering smaller glasses of beer have demanded an end to being ridiculed.
Half-pint drinkers reported experiencing abuse and mockery in the pub, even from those they considered to be close friends.
Recalling the last time he ordered a half pint, Roy Hobbs, said: “The room turned on me like a pack of jackals. Middle-aged men with families were saying I was a ‘massive bellend’ and repeating everything I said in high-pitched effeminate voices.
“Eventually I was forced to reconsider and ended up with a pint I didn’t really want.”
Hobbs called for an end to the ritual humiliation of half-pint drinkers: “Also if I want a dash of lemonade, that should be ok too. It’s my drink and no-one else’s business.”
Plumber Tom Booker said: “I’ve moved to another table to avoid being associated with a half-pint drinker, and even refused to acknowledge the half-pint as a unit of measurement. It’s absurd really and I do see his point.
“That said, what a TWAT. Ha ha ha.”