There’s a phrase in Polish, to make an “English exit”, which means leaving without telling anyone you’re going, without saying goodbye, thank you or anything at all that polite company might expect.
What’s that all about then???
I don’t make “English exits” any more than all the Poles I know and most of my English mates wouldn’t do it either so how did we come to get such a reputation?
I’m told the French have the same phrase with the same meaning. What would those arrogant pillocks know about good manners? ;)