50 things every young gentleman should know : what to do, when to do it, and why, John Bridges and Bryan CurtisThe Resource 50 things every young gentleman should know : what to do, when to do it, and why, John Bridges and Bryan Curtis
- 50 things every young gentleman should know : what to do, when to do it, and why, John Bridges and Bryan Curtis
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- what to do, when to do it, and why
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- John Bridges and Bryan Curtis
- Introduction -- Saying please -- Saying thank you -- Saying excuse me -- Making an apology -- Accepting an apology -- Introducing your friends to your parents -- Saying madam and sir -- Asking permission -- Paying a compliment -- Accepting a compliment -- Knowing when to keep your mouth shut -- Listening to and talking to adults -- Shaking hands -- Meeting people with physical challenges -- Accepting a gift you dont like -- Accepting a gift you like -- Writing a thank-you note -- Selecting a gift -- Using the telephone -- Taking phone messages -- Using a cell phone -- Winning well -- Losing well -- How to act in places where you are bored -- How to behave in a movie theatre -- Traveling on an airplane -- Walking in front of other people -- Responding to invitations -- Using a napkin -- Using the correct fork -- Using a knife and fork -- Refusing foods you cant eat -- Dealing with foods you dont like -- Ordering from a menu -- How to use chopsticks -- Putting down the toilet seat -- Opening the door for other people -- Picking up after your pet -- A gentleman and his computer -- Borrowing and sharing -- The unzipped zipper and other embarrassing situations -- Boundaries : yours and theirs -- Taking pride in your appearance -- Tying your own tie -- Shining your shoes -- When to take off your cap -- Taking care of your fingernails -- Handkerchiefs and tissues -- Picking up after yourself -- Personal hygiene
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- 21 cm.
- xii, 212 p.
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