People who like to keep thier head down and not rock the boat are to be rewarded with a wealth of new, non-partisan internet chat room acronyms.
BABAEC (both as bad as each other) will be very popular with those who like to join a debate but can't really make a decision. It's ideal for talking about the middle east conflict, about which many British residents feel baffled and reluctant to make judgement, but feel compelled to make a contribution to a debate for fear of looking unworldly.
DSTI (didn't see the incident), which was pioneered by Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger, has already become massive popular mong football tweeters.
RTIH (rabbit trapped in headlights) could be a useful acronymn for the situation many Britons find themselves in, where they are asked for an opinion on a subject where they sense they are about to be flattened by a juggernaut of anger that is being channeled their way.
THAT'S IT. I'M GOING TO BED