Having manners doesn’t mean you need to be completely knowledgeable about your silverware or know which angle you should curtsy. It comes down to the most simplest things such as saying “excuse me” and “thank you”.
Recently, I got to review the book Where IS Your Mother? by Ava Carroll-Brown which pretty much gives you the 101 on etiquette. It goes into details and gives you examples of what you should and should not do.
I think we’ve all been put into situations where we had to question one’s etiquette or lack thereof. I mean people, REALLY? Don’t eat your toenails at a public beach (go crazy in the privacy of your own home) or burp into the face of your dinner guest (save that for a belching competition). Sounds digusting? It happens more often than not.
Read more about Where Is Your Mother? and my gaggable experience on Savings.com.