Shilling etiquette advice is an old and illustrious profession. As long as there's been a society, there's also been appropriate social behavior (and a goodly number of schmucks who do everything wrong).
Vincent Gabriel Kirouac is six weeks into a cross-Canada journey, and he does it medieval way – atop a horse, in full knightly regalia. His purpose? To prove that chivalry is not dead.
So it's Saturday night and you're out with friend. Are they the inconsiderate jerk who can't stop checking their smartphone? Or is that you? Either way, here's one way to make dinner a little more interesting. I've seen/heard this described as both "The Phone Stacking Game" and "Don't Be a Di
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Manners makyth man"-the old adage reminds us of an important truth: that people are made, not born, and that they are made by their relation to others. Of course, a human being might exist in a state of nature, savage, speechless, solitary. But he would not have our distinctive form of life; in an important sense, he would not be a person.