Good Manners

In a recent survey in the UK, a third of the respondents thought there were benefits to being rude.

Almost half the people surveyed thought holding doors for others or giving up your seat on public transport will soon be unknown. The same number also felt that they’d sooner do without saying please and thank you.

On the other hand, two thirds wished more people paid attention to their manners.

I suppose it’s a matter of perspective. It’s not fun when you’re the person on the receiving end of rudeness, but it doesn’t seem so bad to the oaf treading on your toes.

Check out this list of basic good manners and see what you thin

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