Since When Are Manners Sufficient Contribution to Conversation?

Advice from Yogi Tea that really counts as bad advice in my book.

  • Ryan Murphy PRO 6y

    love this. so fun =)
  • phishpot PRO 6y

    rofl!
  • Michael Verhoef 6y

    cute photo though :)
  • Studies in Solitude PRO 6y

    I understand it, and can agree with it. But then again, I'm a Southerner : )
  • archidave PRO 6y

    But the manners of which culture?
  • David 6y

    Very nice bokeh!
  • tara.noelle 6y

    nice photo! :)
  • d_rod PRO 6y

    Just having tea is cultured enough. Nice bokeh.
  • David Goehring PRO 6y

    It's all fun and games until you use the wrong fork to poke someone's eye out...
    Get up off the floor! :)
    I make a good hand model, I've been told.
    Do your manners have a southern drawl to them? :)
    Martian -- everything I grok about manners comes from Stranger in a Strange Land.
    Cafe bokeh. Thx!
    Thanks so much!
    Right? That's what I'm saying! The language of the leaf. :)
  • courtney ellzey PRO 6y

    haaha.
    love my yogi tea..
    and the yogi tea fortunes.
  • deemcdrr 6y

    Amazing, amazing bokeh!
  • thewisdomjournal 5y

    Do people not know what manners really are? They're different from etiquette (seems to be some confusion). Good manners simply make others feel comfortable and show consideration for others. Good manners never humiliate. They never mock. They treat everyone with respect.

    That goes across ALL cultures.
  • John McGarvey 4y

    Hi,

    I've used this photo to illustrate a post on the IT Donut blog:

    www.itdonut.co.uk/blog/2011/02/good-email-etiquette-costs...

    Thanks for sharing it under Creative Commons. It's much appreciated!

    John.
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