Monday March 30, 2020

Have we lost our manners?

In these busy, online-obsessed times, the art of good etiquette is becoming increasingly irrelevant to sections of the younger generation

2nd September, 2018
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There was a time when the phrase “manners maketh the man” (or woman, for that matter) was gospel - and how a person behaved, spoke and even dressed was an indicator of how they were raised. Of course, this is still true to some extent, but an increasing number of people believe that etiquette is an outdated notion, all but irrelevant in today’s society.

“The whole idea of ‘etiquette’ makes me...

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