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He looked great in a suit, and he knew how to style himself in a such a way that made him look much more affluent than he actually was. As he sat down at a table with the group of otherwise wealthy and upper class attendees he only hoped that nobody would notice that he had never been taught the proper order of silverware to use, or what the difference between a salad fork and a regular fork was.
By Fair Enough URL on 11.20.2018
Should dining etiquette be used as a tool for judgment? If someone does not use the correct fork, should they be considered lesser than in some way?
By okayfine on 11.20.2018
I have a single mismatched butter knife left over from a party I held two years ago that required me to rent plates, chairs, forks, and everything else but, when the time came to return everything, a gentleman helped me unload my car, ticked off the entire order on his clipboard and sent me on my way — one knife richer.
By Creepy_Snowman URL on 11.20.2018
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