Period Deportment at Table

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Deportment and Etiquette are values that I learned at a very young age and still practice to this very day. However, in some simple modern day public activities, such as dining out, most people practice very poor deportment and etiquette skills which I find truly sad and depressing. In any event, thanks for sharing this most interesting and informative article. David.
 

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Interesting article. Manners and etiquette were very important when I was growing up. I practice it to this day. I taught my children manners too.


I think the biggest thing I see is hardly anyone writes thank you notes. I still write them to everyone. It is so kind of people to remember you and act so gracious to you.
It is deplorable how people act at times today.
 
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