Technology makes it easy for us to make instant plans, see what our friends are doing, spy on exes and share exactly how we feel about something in particular. But when is comes to having to say thank you, what’s right and what’s rude?
When in doubt, get out that paper and pen to relay your gratitude!
We stumbled across this today in the Wharf.co.uk (yes, we are international, Guv-nuh) Blonde bombshell Angela Clarke is a London based author and magazine contributor who upset the Twitter Gods. Before we share her story, here’s how she bills herself on a just reinstated Twitter page. “Described by Now mag as a glizty outsider, I like to think of myself as a Holden Caulfield covered in body glitter. Author of Confessions of a Fashionista.” We like her style. And that she cares about manners. So what happened? Read on.
Oh dear. This should set manners books back a few years. Our friend Richard Johnson broke the story in his column earlier today. Then the New York Post unearthed even more. Read this and go hail a taxi, politely please.
The granddaughter of Sir Winston Churchill who stole a cab from a stunned socialite and told her to “go f— yourself” is amazingly the author of a recently published etiquette book called “Social Intercourse.”
The ‘plane’ facts are these: flying aint what it used to be. Dr. Dale Archer agrees as he tells Psychology Today.
Excuse me while I go on a rant here:I fly a lot these days, but I remember back years ago what a treat it was to fly. Passengers would dress up—skirts and heels for women, coat and often a tie for gentlemen.