Tell us how you really feel, random elevator guy.
It's nearly the weekend, you're singing because you're happy and looking forward to your two days of freedom.
Or maybe you just got engaged, or your wife had a baby, or your favourite football team just won 3-0.
The term 'Sing When You're Winning' was coined for moments like this. But, some people are just generally happy with life and everything about it.
Take Alec Baldwin's character in Friends, he loved everything.
He couldn't fault one single thing and was aptly named, 'Enthusiastic Parker'
But for some people, they prefer when you do your singing in your own private time and not while they're trying to go about their business.
Journalist Jason Kennedy stumbled across this while entering the elevator at his apartment.
He especially loved the way the person spelled what should be "eejit."
— Jason Kennedy (@jasonpkennedy) September 18, 2018
"To the lad who keeps singing:
"'All I need is the air that I breathe', all we need for you to do is shut the hell up, you bloody eedjit.
"P.S. Don't quit yer day job."
You know that it's serious when it's on lamented paper.
But I think the main thing to take out of this is your man's spelling of eejit. What's the story with the d, chief?