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July 13th, 2011 | 395 Entries

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395 Entries for “etiquette”

  1. She had always been taught proper etiquette, how to behave and act. She was a proper little lady.
    But she was bored. Trapped in her routine.
    When she was given the chance to escape, she leapt at it and from the window into a new life.

    By AutumnsBandit URL on 07.14.2011

  2. Shiloh’s grandma had a thick book on etiquette written by Emily Post. It was where she hid spare cash because she figured no one would actually read that book. Shiloh and I found the money. One day we took it and used it to buy Red Vines and Coke down at Nelson’s Variety. When she found out, she told us we were going to hell.

    By trish URL on 07.14.2011

  3. i have very poor Etiquette. I don’t call back my missed calls, and I ignore people very often. ahh, the wonders of having no manners in life. or caring what people think.

    By david on 07.14.2011

  4. Rule no 187254428 of being a Lady: Never swear. FUCK THAT

    By Insane Anus on 07.14.2011

  5. The proper form of etiquette comes in play at the dinner table: no elbows on the table, only ask for seconds once everyone has had a first helping,and never insult the cool. This is often thrown away at restaurants

    By Amina on 07.14.2011

  6. Etiquette. That one thing he hated. She was always polite, always proper. Why couldn’t she ever be herself? Oh no, that wasn’t how she was brought up, she had to play by the rules. Those damn rules. They were the reason he was stuck here in this stupid tux, acting polite and smiling just so he could get that one last chance to talk to her. That one chance to tell her, show her, that there was more to life than etiquette. More to life than just following the rules.

    By Tangerine URL on 07.14.2011

  7. It’s kind of rare these days to stumble upon people who have great social etiquette, myself includedI swear, say ‘bro’ and ‘dude’, make retarded voices… I’m not the “quintessential” lady… But I don’t feel the absolute pressure to be. It’s restrictive and pretty unnecessary. I think as long as your demeanour and behaviour is socially acceptable then that’s fine. No need to be overly ‘demure’.

    By linh URL on 07.14.2011

  8. Highly valued ladies sit around the coffee table and know exactly, what is the etiquette in this situation. Or do they? They actually are a bit uncertain about it. They carefully choose the undangerous subjects and watch each other with eyes where the scare is covered with hardness.

    By Saara on 07.14.2011

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    By Reiska on 07.14.2011

  10. The etiquette used that evening was very edgey. The invited guests knew they were there for a reason, but were not sure why exactly. They all sat around the table and waited patiently.

    By Maura Lea Morykot on 07.14.2011

  11. Her wrinkled hands were laced in aged etiquette, yet there was no reason to be formal. Not in front of her old peers, who had seen her at her worst-the braces and frizzy hair phase–still, she clung to the notion that she had something to prove to all of them. That even 10 years later, she was good enough to be in their circle.

    By Beth on 07.14.2011

  12. The thought of obeying some rules predetermined by a bunch of Victorians has never appealed. It’s not real, it’s not visceral, it’s dishonest.
    Live your life and fuck it, let them be repulsed.

    By Victoria URL on 07.14.2011

  13. most people don’t have them. people yawn without covering their mouths. they sneeze and the snot hits you. they go through a swing glass door and let it swing back hitting you in the forehead and not forgetting – they talk with their mouths full so that you can see what they ordered for lunch.

    By sonobe URL on 07.14.2011

  14. etiquette is the practice of having to pay your dues to society in the form of proper manners and attitudes towards your fellow men in a given situation. The circumstance calls for the type of etiquette you will have to employ.

    By Evan Godolphin URL on 07.14.2011

  15. clean right proper this is something all people should have is dead no manners anymore opening doors chivalry is dead proper correct right

    By kelly on 07.14.2011

  16. The ability to follow, be polite, and conform to the expectations of ones society. Socially, physically and emotionally. Physique and posture as well as gestures and the way of spoken word.

    By Emily URL on 07.14.2011

  17. “You must have proper etiquette, you must make me proud of my little girl, you must be PERFECT.” Laughter erupted from my friends as I mimicked my mother in a girly, high-pitched voice.

    By Elly URL on 07.14.2011

  18. I hold the door open to our favorite restaurant, where Iv’e already made a reservation. We are seated instantly, because that is how I roll. I pull out your chair you sit your sexy ass in it. We dine, working our way inward through the silverware. I try to say some fancy french stuff, it comes out chopped and screwed of course. I try to hold in my fart because that’s proper etiquette. Footsies under the table, me rubbing on your thighs. Woo its getting hot in here. So I pay the bill, we outta here. Time for desert.

    By Flizoid URL on 07.14.2011

  19. my etiquette
    is what i have to life
    is what make me , be live
    its what condems my life and redeems it
    i have no wish
    no wish at all but
    to spread my wings through
    through
    i live but yet, locked by the wolds etiquette woes

    By deanne De Freitas Patricio on 07.14.2011

  20. No one seems to know what this word means anymore. There are tons and tons of books telling you how to do this and that, but what happened to just knowing right from wrong. Etiquette was something that your grandmother taught you, not something that you learned from a book. It’s a nature, not something learned.

    By Hannah on 07.14.2011

  21. I had a dog once. He was a rude dog. No etiquette whatsoever. The thing I remember most about him was his unending stream of flatulence. Unlike “Walter the Farting Dog”, this wasn’t endearing. It smelled like he was smuggling dead fish in his asshole. But. He was a loveable black and white terrier, and we loved him. He also saved my life – so there’s that.

    By Creepy_Snowman URL on 07.14.2011

  22. I remember the worst teacher I ever had. She was a substitute for my 5th grade class, whose teacher had caught an unpleasant case of pneumonia. My substitute was a large woman with a thin white shirt, so thin and white that you could clearly see her large bra underneath. She was outraged by our “improper etiquette” and promptly after lunch recess she lectured the class about putting boards behind our backs and under our feet so we would learn to sit and walk properly. She smelled.

    By Alex Ander URL on 07.14.2011

  23. it is important to have good etiquette in society these days. manners are very important. they reflect on how you’ve been raised and how you want the world to acknowledge you.

    By brandy on 07.14.2011

  24. arranging
    forks, knives and spoons
    yet again

    By esin goldman URL on 07.14.2011

  25. Etiquette, such a word confuses me, I don’t understand it much, but my grandmother always tells me to have proper etiquette. Ac country bumpkin like me wouldn’t know anything about it, she always scolds me for my improper etiquette

    By Babylon on 07.14.2011

  26. Etiquette, my grandmother always used to scold me for my improper etiquette. She was so harsh on me as a child. A country bumpkin like me knew nothing of manners but still I was a kind child and I always spoke the truth weather It was kind or not. My Grandmother told me I was a disgrace, my mother and father told me I was a gift. I wish they would all just make up their minds

    By Babylon on 07.14.2011

  27. the etiquette of sitting at the table. it comes from your parents or guardians who raise you with or without table manners. it would be lovely if everyone had it, but it is not the case. table etiquette makes eating in company much more enjoyable and graceful.

    By ana URL on 07.14.2011

  28. we are driven by the things we are told to do. social propriety. the hardest instinct is to go against what we know to be proper – to do what we truly feel like doing regardless of how people will think of us. at the end of the day, we are shaped by those who surround us, and are prey to their thoughts and emotions. i will be silenced by their voice.

    By Alicia on 07.14.2011

  29. i dont know about any thing for the word etiquette. but this website given 60 seconds to write any thing about that matter. what can i write for the word which i did not understand

    By sadeekali URL on 07.14.2011

  30. To all things in life, there is etiquette. The etiquette for this website is to not overthink. I am breaching this etiquette. Etiquette breaching occurs mainly due to unfamiliarity. Practice and awareness will help.

    By Justine on 07.14.2011

  31. A girl and a guy are dancing in a giant ballroom. They’re most likely to be in England, a hundred years ago, or so. The guy just asks the girl to dance with him – the girl gladly accepts, and they morph into a happy union.

    By l on 07.14.2011

  32. etiquette is unnecessary made to be in a social dielemma at all times. Humility serves as a better point than etiquette , so screw structure

    By swetha on 07.14.2011

  33. She struggled with her dinner tonight. The multitude of forks and knives confused her. She looked around at the guests dining with ease.

    “I don’t belong here.”

    By J URL on 07.14.2011

  34. what is the correct etiquite for emptying a paraplegics leg back at a party,does one ask the wife oe the Ex,so long as there’s a tree handy either will oblige in a pinch,I’ve found.

    By steve on 07.14.2011

  35. You can’t go around putting etiquettes on people. The are people and you shouldn’t clasify them. Because you simply can’t, they’re too complicated.

    By Medialuna on 07.14.2011

  36. Etiquette seems to be missing in the modern world. Technology has certainly played a role in its disappearance. when we would rather talk through a text message than a real conversation, communication to break down and misinterpretation occurs. The loss of human kindness that can only appear in face to face conversation may be our downfall.

    By Diana URL on 07.14.2011

  37. He smoothed down my hair, I could feel the warmth seep from his palm. He spoke with such a soft tongue, tripping over his words and correcting himself each time

    By ironic URL on 07.14.2011

  38. I never really liked the concept of etiquette. No, that is a lie. I once liked it. When I was a small child, I asked my mother to find me an etiquette book because I wanted to have perfect etiquette. You could say that it was because there was an etiquette section in pajama Sam, but it’s more because I love order and the proper way of doing things.

    By Nothing more than a cephalopod URL on 07.14.2011

  39. Etiquette? Sounds like boutique, not sure of what this is supposed to mean… o.O
    Probably the behavior or something, of a group or a part of a group.

    By Jordys URL on 07.14.2011

  40. “Aw, jeez, I’m sick of this.” Sam kicked at the dirt. “C’mon!” Teddie screamed, running away with the football, tossing it over his head to John. “You’re monkey in the middle and you have to try to get the ball.”

    Sam ran and tackled Teddie, and with his knee on Sam’s throat, he unzipped his fly and urinated on his chest. In a raspy tone, he uttered, “This is a horrible breach of etiquette.”

    By richpee URL on 07.14.2011