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✨ Kate DePalma ✨ 6h
help needed! My child is invited to two birthday parties of children from her [large] class at the same time. I accidentally RSVPed to the invitation we got 2nd before I noticed that they were at the same time. Which one do we go to??
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Jason Salmon 3h
Gentlemen, please be advised... On an airplane, heavy cologne is the “screaming child” of the nose.
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Ted Adams Jun 11
What's the on a flight when you're in a row of 3 and the heavy petting is getting heavier? Standard British response would be to ignore and feel awkward but perhaps times are changing?
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Monica C Cutler ♏️ Jun 17
FUN FACT: if a server comps your drink (and/or food) TIP THEM!!
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Zoe Oppar Jun 16
I just sent 6 text blocks to my boyfriend about lolita etiquette.
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🇱🇧 Salam Slim Saad 🇱🇧 12h
A Formula for Motivation V x E = M -V = Values (how important something is to us) -E = Expectation (how confident we are about achieving it) -M = Motivation (how motivated we are when you multiple V & E)
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Craig Dowden Jun 17
No, You Can’t Ignore Email. It’s Rude.
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Diane Gottsman 1h
I always love visiting my friends at | . We discussed some summer & travel questions. Enjoy!
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Palm Beach Etiquette 11h
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🇱🇧 Salam Slim Saad 🇱🇧 Jun 11
When somebody turns off the lights when you are still in the room.
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The Markovian Writer 5h
ON, INCLUDING BUT NOT LIMITED TO KEEP SILK.--Silk Island, R. - The Ladies' Book of Koran
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Kristin Sherry Jun 12
Social media . Don't be gross.
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Candace Smith 6h
Is it Appropriate to Place Your Elbows on the Table?: We know the rule! When is it ok not to?
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The Rising Wasabi Jun 13
Everyone On Train Secretly Wants To Kill Foreigner Talking On Phone
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Mary Beth Baker 7h
This morning, I found an addressed, stamped, sealed envelope in my car. Return address: mine. It took me a minute to register that this was my rsvp to a wedding...that happened 18 months ago. (I didn’t go.) If life were a class, I’d have a “D” average.
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Deborah Thomas 9h
Table manners...sorry, but no one wants you at the table if you need to blow your nose! ~
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Hardik Dedhia Jun 11
What the world needs ... people to chill and relax while trying to get off a plane. I seriously don’t understand the rush folks have. Just relax and wait in queue - you will be allowed to alight from the plane!!!
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Elaine Swann 11h
Always RSVP. The Bride and Groom are depending on your response in order to give the final guest count to the caterer.
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Crystal L. Bailey 23h
Loved sharing my thoughts today with BBC News - Should you leave the room when you cough or sneeze?
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Merrill Lynch Jun 17
Want to avoid tussles over who pays for what on your next ? Brush up on your financial with these 3 :
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