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Why bother with etiquette?
In the "olden days," using proper etiquette in everyday life and special occasions seemed like more of a social must than a matter of personal choice. It's pretty safe to say that your grandmother wouldn't dare answer her cell phone (if there were such a thing) at the dinner table or ignore a party invitation if she knew she couldn't attend. But oh, how times have changed. However, just as chivalry isn't dead, proper etiquette isn't either. If you're children are already employing these etiquette tips in their life, congratulations - Miss Manners would be proud. If you're children are slacking on their socially savvy abilities, a little refresher course never hurt anyone.
Parent's can enjoy a nice dinner in the 8 metre room while the children are upstairs.
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