Internet dating ettique

06 Nov

Be sure to shower, use a deodorant and don clean clothes.

My whole family was invited in May of 2010 to a high school graduation party.

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It is unspeakably rude to put your self-indulgence first.

2 Pay attention to the time stated on the invitation. Before that time, the hostess will be frantically laying the table, cooking and getting herself ready, while the man in her life tells her to calm down and wonders where he put the corkscrew.

After 8.30pm, she will be fretting because the food’s burning and everyone’s cancelling at the last minute (see above). 3 Re dress code: gentlemen are no longer expected to wear dinner jackets, more’s the pity.

Apparently, men in the mess are eating sandwiches with their hands.

When they do use knives and forks, they don’t hold them properly. 1 When invited to dinner, you are absolutely at liberty to accept or decline the invitation.

And gentlemen are sitting next to their memsahibs at dinner. Not surprisingly, Maj Gen Cowan has taken a pretty dim view of such poor form. In fact, we believe that it is our duty to apply the same rigour to social standards when eating in civvie street. You are not, however, free to accept and then change your mind at the last minute because you suddenly got a better offer, or there’s something good on the “telly”.

To admit inadequacy -- even in jest -- is incomprehensible.

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