I agree Day 6, virtue signallers tend to take the moral high ground. They may actually do something, as opposed to just talk about it, but what they do is always widely broadcast and always the politically correct thing to do, be it charity (always to the most and latest trendy charity), monetary collection (walking barefoot to the North Pole to raise money trumps a sordid street collection) or march (and the poster for the march will remain on their front room window for years), activity (boycotting Nestle because of African babies was once the cause celebre of such people, now you never hear of it), or their knowledge of exactly which current cause carries the greatest moral weight.
The best virtue signallers are careful not to be hypocritical so they may take expensive train journeys as opposed to flying but they make sure you know it; they're always on the board of a charity, not just a supporter and their children are always scrupulously good at being virtuous junior members of the adult virtue signalling clan (Naomi played her cello for 24 hours and wore her fingertips to a shred all to raise money for Syrian babies don't you know)!! I'm exaggerating slightly but I have come across such people!
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