You may consider yourself to be a polite person, but we bet you never thought that even the amount of food you leave on your plate says a lot about you. The way you pass the salt and even the way you wear your handbag have etiquette rules!
You don’t leave one bite on your plate.
You make eye contact when sipping your beverage.
You announce that you’re going to the restroom.
You don’t answer RSVP invita-tions within 24 hours.
You wear your handbag on your right side, not leaving your right arm free for shaking hands and socializing.
You snap at servers when dining out, instead of waving at them in a friendly manner.
You pass the salt without the pepper.
You point with your index finger.
You clink glasses during a toast. Just drink!
You gag your coworkers and friends with perfume.
You don’t re-rack/reset the equipment at the gym after using it.
You discuss important things over the phone, via text, or by email, instead of having a face-to-face conversation.
You block escalators and don’t let people off trains, elevators, and so on, before you get on.
You swipe left or right when someone is showing you a picture on their phone.
You over-share in social media.
You greet people with the “dead fish”handshake, instead of having a strong, confident grip.