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An innocuous slip of paper in my mailbox began it all. The American translation was this:
- We’re having a party, so don’t complain if it’s too loud, because we just warned you. 1,011 more words
Etiquette: The Blue Book of Social Usage by Emily Post, New York and London, Funk & Wagnalls Co, 1922/37.
In well appointed houses a silver-bladed knife should be given you with all leafy salads, but if you happen to be given none, you do the best you can by cutting each leaf into very small pieces and eating it in postage-stamp samples. 111 more words
Is chivalry really dead?
Unfortunately, it’s a question I had to ask myself following a recent date with a young man whose gentlemanliness was on par with that of Al Bundy. 643 more words
Taking up two seats.
Leaning on the pole.
Eating food with pungent odors.
Sex on the subway.
Train riders often encounter some outrageous and odd behavior. 111 more words