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", wait an hour to respond so it seems like you're accomplishing something really impressive instead of sitting on the couch. Even though you've got at least an hour to craft each response to perfection (if you're following rule No.
She'll immediately conjure images of you practicing your latest ballad on your guitar or volunteering at a soup kitchen — you know, something super fly. 2 correctly), your responses should seem as rushed and hurried as possible.
you would be amazed how kids can respond to positive influence. as the saying goes "the simple things are often the best" - and I agree, a simple thank you or please cant be bad or hard to give.
and this can then have a flow on effect to how they treat others, including being well mannered and respectful. As to the table settings, how many of us have separate salad, fish, entree knives & forks, as well as the normal knife spoon & fork?
personally, i still believe in old fashioned ideals, such as opening doors for people (men and women), saying thankyou, please, you're welcome etc.It costs nothing to say "please" and or "thank you" and gives much.Ask anyone who deals with the public in their daily lives and they will I am sure tell you that a smile and a thank you makes life so much pleasenter.Remember that we are the largest free online dating service, so you will never have to pay a dime to meet your soulmate. Etiquite what knife goes with which food and the fork? AD ,with poise you should ask the wait staff if they would please assist you, by making available some left-handed cutlery GG ,yes you have a point there ,i find a great difference in the way some wait staff/bar staff treat the patron's , but then again ,what a job ,dealing with slushy ,boisterous people .course i myself ,handle my drinking with great elegance and poise ....hehehehe Good manners should be the cornerstone of life.Please and thank you seem to be the least used words around among the youth of today.
The one-word answer is akin to the smile and nod in face-to-face conversation.