— Madison Trusolino (@peskykilljoy) December 3, 2015
Reason to Love Vancouver #11: We Take Umbrella Etiquette Seriously
And these are the Tweets that prove it.
December 1, 2017
The rain has been more relentless than usual this year, but we’ve been dreaming of a city with flawless umbrella etiquette for as long as we can remember. Here are some reminders on what to do (and what not to do) the next time you open an umbrella on the streets of Vancouver.
ppl of vancouver.. umbrella etiquette is a real thing pls learn it
— ab (@abbieejaade) October 28, 2016
Just got poked in the eye by someone's umbrella nub. If you don't know how to operate one, maybe you need to get your ticket. #Vancouver
— HardUpNerd (@hardupnerd) December 3, 2015
crazy how so many people can live in vancouver and still be so afraid of rain that they need an umbrella under an awning
— dead pet device (@ryanunedited) November 2, 2017
In standard Vancouver fashion, there's a thread on the /r/vancouver subreddit arguing the finer points of umbrella etiquette.
— Donna Fox (@donnamatrix) November 19, 2016
FYI there are still a few seats available in my Umbrella/Awning Etiquette Class I'll be teaching at the Vancouver Public Library March 11th!
— Shane Scott-Travis (@ShaneScottravis) March 10, 2016
Vancouver etiquette pro-tip: if it's raining and you have an umbrella don't walk directly under the awning WHAT IS WRONG WITH YOU?
— Jules (@dancetheskies) October 7, 2015
Is it just me or do most people not know proper umbrella etiquette in Vancouver? ☔️ ☂ ?
— Gracelle Mesina (@gracelle) November 2, 2016
Did a classic Vancouver thing & left my umbrella on the bus. Might do the other classic Vancouver thing & steal one from lost & found.
— Landon Hoyt (@landonhoyt) January 7, 2014