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  1. Coupons
    What do you find to be big 'no-no's' for couponers, either yourself or others? Some of my personal coupon pet-peeves: -People who 'clear out' all/almost all items on a shelf, leaving none for other bargain seekers -People who do the same with tear-off coupons you find in the store -People who...
  2. Freebies is offering a free Etiquette by Emily post eBook. To see this offer enter B000SN6I8W into the search box. This is a Kindle download, but you can download it to your computer.
  3. Christmas
    Found this on a podcast (Canine Campus) and thought it was cute: Be especially patient with your humans during this time. They may appear to be more stressed out than usual and they will appreciate long comforting dog leans. They may come home with large bags of things they call gifts. Do not...
  4. Frugal Living
    So I was helping this acquaintance with her garage sale a weekend or so ago and I go in to use the "facilities". This woman has the most luxurious TP I have ever used in my life! It's like wiping your bottom with a luxurious washcloth! This stuff is unreal! I really want to know what it...
  5. General Chat
    What is Aldi's quarter for the cart etiquette ? Okay we have figured out if someone says "I'll take your cart" that they give you a quarter. The kids hate this when it happens as they like locking the cart back and the quarter popping out. But they realize the nicety of the person offering and...
  6. General Chat
    Is etiquette still important or is it outdated? In watching the news the last few days it's hard to not see how some politicans are "supposedly failing" in diplomatic etiquette. The discussions about Michelle Obama touching the Queen of England, Pres Obama bowing to King Abdullah. Some folks...
  7. General Chat
    When someone posts a visitor message on your page, is it better to respond on your own page or on theirs?
  8. General Chat
    What is wrong with people??? Doesn't anyone have a clue about how to act in the *real world*? The story: Dh has been recruiting at universities the last two weeks. He's in a good paying profession with high demand. So....they do these recruitment fairs at universities. The first day students...
  9. Weddings and bridal showers
    I may sound naive but what is the proper etiquette for a wedding? My hubby's cousin is getting married later this year and she is also having a bridal shower. Personally I have never been invitied to a bridal shower before and was somewhat considering going with my MIL and SIL's- for just a...
  10. Family
    Tipping, Talking and Tableware – 25 Etiquette Tips Interesting read, found it on this site
  11. Camping, RV's, Trailers, Outdoor Living
    Allow others to enjoy their camping trip. Most campers drive for hours and plan far in advance for their camping trips to our beautiful parks and campgrounds. Some of the reasons for going camping are to get away from it all, and spend time with our families breathing the fresh air and taking in...
  12. Health and beauty
    I make no excuses, I'm a cricket fan from way back. I love this game that's so unlike other games, to me it's more like a metaphor for life. It's an event rather than just a game. I thought I was alone thinking this until I heard this radio program two days ago. Please, ladies, read this...
  13. Weddings and bridal showers
    When invited to a shower that you can't attend, do *you* still buy a gift for the bride? Why or why not?
  14. Military Families
    Flag Etiquette
  15. Home and Family
    The following "Unclassified Laws of Etiquette" were found in an out-of-print book published in 1897. Many are still valid today. Unclassified Laws of Etiquette Never exaggerate. Never point at another. Never betray a confidence. Never wantonly frighten others. Never leave home with unkind...
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