My father always said things like ‘Little words go a long way.’ And things of the kind. We were always expected to say ‘thank you’ and ‘please’ and you’d easily see your grown-ups throw a fit when this was not the case because having good manners was something that was required from children and adults. But what exactly are good manners? Do you think it is important to be polite? And most importantly, do you agree that the idea of being a polite person depends on the culture? I mean, can you think of something that is considered extremely rude in one culture, but in another one is totally different. For instance, burping at the table or not tipping a restaurant service?
I’ll be posting more contents related to manners later on, but for the time being, you might want to find out if your manners would pass the test or rather than this, you need to go on an intensive course in order to get them checked.