Bad Etiquette Famous Quotes & Sayings

Share on Facebook Share on Twitter Share on Google+ Pinterest Share on Linkedin

13 Bad Etiquette Famous Sayings, Quotes and Quotation.

Bad Etiquette Sayings By Tim Gunn: When someone dies, it's good to mail a note. Don't send an e-mail. You have When someone dies, it's good to mail a note. Don't send an e-mail. You have to send a card. Everyone should have cards and stamps kicking around. I have some very simple stationery, just nice card stock with my name at the top. When the news is happy, e-mail is fine. You can e-mail congratulations about babies, weddings, anything. But when it's not? If it's a death or other bad news, you have to be more formal. — Tim Gunn
More Pictures »
Bad Etiquette Sayings By John Patrick Hickey: Keep the personal, personal and do not be guilty of spreading bad feelings. Keep the personal, personal and do not be guilty of spreading bad feelings. — John Patrick Hickey
More Pictures »
Bad Etiquette Sayings By John Patrick Hickey: By no means do I think that playing games online is wrong or rude. However, By no means do I think that playing games online is wrong or rude. However, constantly sending requests is an act of bad manners as well as being very annoying to the one receiving them. — John Patrick Hickey
More Pictures »
Bad Etiquette Sayings By David Chiles: The internet is bringing our collective conscious together by showing the good and bad in The internet is bringing our collective conscious together by showing the good and bad in humanity. Good Netiquette is the outcome. — David Chiles
Bad Etiquette Sayings By Paula Stokes: Maybe you think you're just one person. What you do doesn't really matter. You can Maybe you think you're just one person. What you do doesn't really matter. You can read a few tweets or blog posts and then publicly render your judgment of a total stranger. Who cares? You're just one tiny voice in a huge ocean. But the thing about tiny voices is that when they band together they can be incredibly loud. Uncomfortably loud. Sometimes that's a good thing - a strong thing. A group of voices can wake people up to the truth. But a group of voices can be a bad thing too, because we're not always right. Or even when we are right, sometimes the things we do to each other still aren't okay. — Paula Stokes
Bad Etiquette Sayings By Judith Martin: To sacrifice the principles of manners, which require compassion and respect, and bat people over To sacrifice the principles of manners, which require compassion and respect, and bat people over the head with their ignorance of etiquette rules they cannot be expected to know is both bad manners and poor etiquette. That social climbers and twits have misused etiquette throughout history should not be used as an argument for doing away with it. — Judith Martin
Bad Etiquette Sayings By Stephen Chbosky: He says when you're smoking a cigarette with someone, and you have a lighter, you He says when you're smoking a cigarette with someone, and you have a lighter, you should light their cigarette first. But if you have matches, you should light your cigarette first, so you breathe in the 'harmful sulfur' instead of them. He says it's the polite thing to do. He also says it's bad luck to have "three on a match." He heard that from his uncle who fought in Vietnam. Something about how three cigarettes was enough time for the enemy to know where you are. Bob says that when you're alone, and you light a cigarette, and the cigarette is only halfway lit that means someone is thinking about you. — Stephen Chbosky
Bad Etiquette Sayings By Mokokoma Mokhonoana: Thou shalt not use the 140 characters limit as an excuse for bad grammar and/or Thou shalt not use the 140 characters limit as an excuse for bad grammar and/or incorrect spelling. — Mokokoma Mokhonoana
Bad Etiquette Sayings By Lindy West: I spent a lot of time alone as a kid. I've never been an easy I spent a lot of time alone as a kid. I've never been an easy hugger. The social conventions that keep human beings separate and discrete - boundaries, etiquette, privacy, personal space - have always been a great well of safety to me. I am a rule follower. I like choosing whom I let in close. The emotional state of emergency following a death necessarily breaks those conventions down, and, unfortunately, I am bad at being human without them. I — Lindy West
Bad Etiquette Sayings By James S.A. Corey: In the cinema and games that formed the basis of Prax's understanding of how people In the cinema and games that formed the basis of Prax's understanding of how people of violence interacted, the cocking of a gun was less a threat than a kind of punctuation mark. A security agent questioning someone might begin with threats and slaps, but when he cocked his gun, that meant it was time to take him seriously. It wasn't something Prax had considered any more carefully than which urinal to use when he wasn't the only one in the men's room or how to step on and off the transport tube. It was the untaught etiquette of received wisdom. You yelled, you threatened, you cocked your gun, and then people talked. — James S.A. Corey
Bad Etiquette Sayings By David Chiles: Doing good makes you great. Bad things take away from good ones. Practicing Netiquette is Doing good makes you great. Bad things take away from good ones. Practicing Netiquette is all good. — David Chiles
Bad Etiquette Sayings By Edward O. Wilson: All my life I have placed great store in civility and good manners, practices I All my life I have placed great store in civility and good manners, practices I find scarce among the often hard-edged, badly socialized scientists with whom I associate. Tone of voice means a great deal to me in the course of debate. I despise the arrogance and doting self-regard so frequently found among the very bright. — Edward O. Wilson
Bad Etiquette Sayings By David Chiles: Good updates are nice, as a matter of netiquette. Bad ones are negative. Good updates are nice, as a matter of netiquette. Bad ones are negative. — David Chiles