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Using Etiquette When Arguing

By Keturah Lamb

One of my great loves (weaknesses) is arguing. Sometimes I can hold my tongue. But a lot of the time…

It’s just that when people say such… 556 more words


Whiskey: The what, how and why of drinking it.

Whiskey, there just isn’t another drink like it is there? When people think of manly drinks they will immediately think of scotch. If we are honest with ourselves though, and we really ought to be, most men will try it once, grimace, and never drink it again. 633 more words

Men's Interest

On Preppies: A Look Back

In January of 1979, Nelson W. Aldrich, Jr., perhaps the original and definitely one of the more articulate writers to discuss the culture of Old Money, penned a piece for The Atlantic Monthly. 674 more words

Slob Night

When my children were young, they were encouraged to use proper etiquette when dining at the table. In addition to being taught how to place and use their utensils properly, instruction included how to use a napkin, how to pass and request items at the table and other relevant manners. 199 more words


Let me be Frank with you - Where has our etiquette gone?

Does anyone else feel like the Real Estate profession has become very impersonal and “unprofessional” these days?  Has the real estate transaction become more about Sales Representative ego instead of relationship building?   787 more words



My pal, Alice, was rummaging through some boxes, or drawers, or scrapbooks, and came across her wedding announcement, which she promptly shared with us in a text. 726 more words