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If invited guests brought unexpected extras with them, how would you react?
In etiquette, manners, entertaining - asked by jacquesdor - 3 answers
How should I behave with my Ex's rather posh wealthy sister, who will soon be visiting?
In Sociology, manners, etiquette - asked by - 7 answers
Is the open-mouthed chewing of gum acceptable or offensive?
In chewing gum, etiquette - asked by - 11 answers
Is there etiquette for gents' toilets? In the ladies, if there's a queue (IF?! What do some people DO in there?!) ahem, anyway, one gives a small closed-mouth smile as one holds the door for the next potential occupant. What are the rules for the gents'?
In Toilet, etiquette - asked by - 6 answers
what is this quote means"repeat business is based on transference of comfort"
In qoutes, etiquette, history - asked by (Guest30605) - 1 answer
There's the rule about "sincerely and sir don't go together", but how should one sign off a letter that starts "your royal highness"?
In etiquette, signatures, letters - asked by Hiheels - 1 answer
Do you think that MPs should be addressed as simply, Mr, Mrs, or whatever?
In politics, MPs, etiquette - asked by - 7 answers
can anyoneright way to wear your wedding and engagment rings' tell me the
In etiquette - asked by - 5 answers
If a Brit was at a stadium in the US and the national anthem was playing what would be the correct etiquette? (more)
In national anthem, etiquette - asked by tecspec - 2 answers
If you were visiting your inlaws, would you let their dog take the blame for your "wind"?
In etiquette, dogs, Flatulence - asked by - 11 answers
Is it fair to ask a q without offering credits?
In Forum etiquette - asked by - 4 answers
Disability Etiquette?
In disability, etiquette - asked by - 7 answers
Do you belive in treating others as you wish to be treated?
In etiquette, GENERAL INTEREST, Parenting Advice - asked by - 5 answers
when writing to a prospective employer, is it a yay or nay for handwritten envelopes?
In employment, etiquette - asked by beeper_spryte - 3 answers
what is the correct etiquette for passing people in corridors or on stairs?
In corridors, stairs, etiquette - asked by - 4 answers
If farts smelled nice would it still be rude to crack one off?
In flatulence, olfactory, etiquette - asked by - 6 answers
Have you any experience of foreign students barging into your bus queue? [link]
In bus, queue, etiquette - asked by - 4 answers
When meeting the Queen, women should curtsey. What if you're wearing jeans?
In royal etiquette - asked by - 7 answers
Would you walk up to a dog and stroke it without asking the owners permission?
In general question, etiquette, dogs - asked by - 14 answers
Should one message someone if they have invited you to join their network, thanking them for the invitation?
In friends, invitations, etiquette - asked by - 10 answers
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