Good etiquette dictates that you respond to all "properly" with respect.
Etiiquette also emphasizes order. For example the norm for women isn't to open doors for me.
I'm confident that you get it.
Etiquette is void of disrespect ...deserving or not.
Ar Lena The ePublicist™
d in all settings. It is good for business, social and family get-togetherings. I recall a party where my sister took 2 days preparing specially designed dishes with hand placed designs of different types of food. She set it out on the table and went to get dressed as the guest was beginning to arrive. When she returned to the table where she had set these beautiful arrangements, she was shocked to see that the initial few guest had eaten from the displays and destroyed the beauty that she was hoping to show off to the rest of the guest who were arriving. This broke her little heart and she cried openly. My question is: should she have covered the dishes, kept them back or was she to asume that the guest should have known better?…