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306 clicks; posted to Food » on 27 Oct 2020 at 11:45 AM (4 weeks ago)   |   Favorite    |   share:  Share on Twitter share via Email Share on Facebook



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2020-10-27 12:22:49 PM  
> Which is why experts agree you have only one polite recourse for addressing the way someone else behaves at the table: ignore it completely.

eh, table manners is more than little fiddly rules to make one appear high class.

Are we supposed to ignore someone who licks their fingers and the reaches with that bare hand into the bowl of mashed potatoes for a second helping? Someone who drinks directly from the pitcher of beer?
 
2020-10-27 12:32:38 PM  
You mean I can't toss a glass of water into the face of a shovel forking, slurping, napkin avoiding at all costs, talking while spewing food, ordering out of turn, ordering alcohol when the boss (and his boss ) doesn't and getting sloppy drunk, French language butchering, making choking noises while spitting out some steak gristle or other inedible while letting everyone know about it, knocking shiate over on the table, gasping, lip smacking, college sports non stop talking, sleeve wiping, constantly interjecting facts about themselves or their kids no matter what the subject , totally lacking in conversational skills, sales managing, arsehole across the table at a business dinner ???

/my 14 year old has better table manners than most of the c-suite folks I have had to suffer through a dinner with in my years..
// Pinkies uuupppp!!
 
2020-10-27 7:26:24 PM  
Don't chew with your mouth full.
 
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