The top 30 things that Britons are desperate to see with their own eyes again have been revealed – and the No.1 sight is that of friends sitting around their kitchen table.
In a survey, 43 per cent of respondents named it as the top sight they couldn’t wait to witness, post-pandemic.
The rest of the top five comprises restaurant menus (second, 40 per cent), the British coast (third, 39 per cent), people without masks on (fourth, 36 per cent) and seeing their own freshly cut hair in a salon mirror (fifth, 33 per cent).
The top 30 things that Britons are desperate to see with their own eyes again have been revealed – and the No.1 sight is that of friends sitting around their kitchen table
The list also includes the inside of their local pub (sixth, 31 per cent), people hugging in the street (seventh, 28 per cent), the view from a plane window (ninth, 27 per cent), a full football stadium (17th, 19 per cent) and a Greek sunset (28th, 12 per cent).
The poll of 1,500 British adults, by Vision Express, revealed that 57 per cent claim there are sights they have not seen for a while that they’ll never take for granted again.
Some confessed they are even missing sights that used to annoy them, such as airport check-in queues, noisy children running riot in restaurants and public spaces, and a queue for drinks in a busy bar…