Here Are Five Unspoken Social Etiquette Rules That Everyone Should Be Aware Of.

Although it's very punk rock to defy regulations in general, being a rude person in the process shouldn't be a must. Society as a whole is made up of standards and certain behaviors. There are several straightforward but significant daily actions that are practically unsaid, like providing your guest with a drink or maintaining silence at the theater. But sometimes it's good to be reminded of things, especially when it comes to good manners.

Jul 10, 2023 - 17:37
Jul 10, 2023 - 17:53
Here Are Five Unspoken Social Etiquette Rules That Everyone Should Be Aware Of.

Here are a few unwritten social etiquette guidelines. 

1. Paying back borrowed money

Don't hesitate to return the money you borrowed to people, especially those you don't know well. Although I usually use an installment plan, I wouldn't advise it.

2. Flushing at someone else's house (or anyplace else for that matter)

Never forget to flush, and if the water is running, just admit it. You might also try the "balti technique," which involves filling a bucket with water at a rapid speed and overloading the toilet's mainframe.

3. Maintaining silence in the theater

Avoid disturbing those around you by yelling on the phone or cheering or whistling each time your favorite action hero from a low-budget film gun down a chopper. Stay refined.

4. Calling to confirm before showing up at someone's house 

This might be quite unpleasant for the person who has to open the door, but unless it's your closest buddy, everything goes, a simple phone or text to confirm will help you avoid being an unwanted guest at a person's home. 

5. Providing a guest with water when they visit your home

Even though their throats are dry, visitors in some nomadic tribes won't request water from the host. It's common sense to offer someone entering your home water. You might also give them Tang; I'm a Tang-lover!

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