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Do you always say "Thank you" when someone holds a door open for you or extends a social courtesy?


I've seen people who behave as if the door "magically opened" for them without acknowledging someone physically held it open for them. What are some of the reasons you believe why some people refuse to say "thank you"? Are chivalrous acts viewed as positive as they once were? If not is it because some women hate feeling forced or obligated to speak to men whom they'd rather not?

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    Yoleen Lucas (Say Yes To Life) 7 months ago

    Excellent answer!

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    ThreeKeys 7 months ago

    I think its wonderful. I do this courtesy for all irrespective of age sex or race. And I enjoy it being done for me. Its just one of the little kindnesess that help to glue us together and make our day a little brighter. And I'm for that.

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