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19 Etiquettes Most People Wish They Knew

Etiquette are the customary code of polite behaviour in society or among people. In this article, I have outlined some basic etiquette that most people do not know
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1. Don’t show up at a party empty-handed, unless you’ve been instructed to.
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2. Don’t break up with someone by text. And don’t announce a death in the family by text.
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3.If you’re forgiven after you’ve apologized, don’t touch the person again just to say you’re sorry.
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4. The golden rule when using perfume is moderation. If you can still smell your perfume in the evening, everyone else is already tired of it.
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5. If someone calls you rudely (’You there!’), you shouldn’t answer.
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6. Don’t touch someone’s belly when she’s pregnant; or even when she isn’t.
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7. Chew  your food with your mouth closed
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8  Don’t talk with food in your mouth.
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9. Wash your hands after going to the restroom.
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10. If you bump into someone, say sorry.
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11. If you say, ’I invite you,’ that means you pay.
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12. Never pay a visit without calling first.
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13. A man should never carry a woman’s handbag.
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14. If you’re walking along with someone and your companion greets a person, you should also greet them.
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15.A man should always walk on a woman’s left-hand side. Military men are the only exception, because they should be ready to salute.
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16. Drivers should remember that puddle-splashing of passers-by is a bad behavior.
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17. Four things should be kept secret: age, money, love affairs, gifts,
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18. In the cinema, theatre, or concert hall, you should move close to those sitting on the role and a man goes first.
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19. Respect the privacy of others. Parents shouldn’t read their children’s letters. Couples should show the same respect for each other. 

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