Unless the invite indicates otherwise, a party host should pay. Some people receive computerized solicitations for money after a dinner party or other gathering.
The elderly, service workers, immigrants, and strangers are commonly disrespected today. Kindness and compassion should return.
Irritating to hear a bank teller ask, "Anything else, Mary?" when you've never seen her before Why don't we have any Mrs., Miss, or Ms. anymore?
Your date opens the car door for you before leaving. This actually happened, kids. Ah, when gallantry was the norm.
When you say thank you in a store, especially to millennials, they always say "No problem." Red-hot. No, it's "Your Welcome.''
Many feel that what you wear reveals how much you appreciate those around you and what led you there.
According to rules of etiquette, you shouldn't eat anything until everyone at the table has had their meal. Using the correct utensils when you eat is also expected.
Gentlemen used to remove their hats inside. Today's caps, fedoras, and cowboy hats stay put inside and out.
Men stand to show respect when a woman leaves the table to use the restroom. Huh? Yes, back then. Men also greeted the visitor.
Another common courtesy is to hold the door open for the person in front of you or to wait for someone to leave before entering.
Shouting at the screen, yelling at your mate, or even texting or taking a phone call are all out of the question.