Commonwealth English is a collective term for the perceived standard English language used in the Commonwealth of Nations1 and many Former British Nations where English is at least a common second language. Thus it applys in theory to Australian English, British English, Caribbean English, Canadian English, Hiberno-English (Irish English)2, Hong Kong English3, Indian English (includes Pakistani English), formal Malaysian English, New Zealand English, formal Singapore English (but not colloquial Singlish) and South African English.
Commonwealth English is a collective term for the perceived standard English language
A person in any setting where coffee is being self served and they take the last cup of coffee and do NOT brew another pot of coffee for others to enjoy.
Andy always takes the last cup of coffee and never brews another pot for others, Andy is such a brewhole