9 Basic Rules of Etiquette Every Kid Was Taught Growing UpRose Heichelbech
You’d have to attend a finishing school to learn these things today, but back then these were things that were taught in public school and by the adults around us. They were taught as part of high school classes, and by the adults we trusted in our lives. They wanted to make sure we always knew how to act! It’s amazing what a little instruction can do!
We were taught to always sit up straight. Slouching was showing a lack of respect for yourself and for those around you. And who else had to balance books on their heads to improve your poise and posture?
End of the Night
The lady decides when the evening is over, through some subtle, but noticeable cues, like passing on dessert. Of course, this means her date has to pay attenion!