In relation to etiquette rules,what is the proper way of introducing two people who are srangers...
to each other,or oneself to a stranger?and how much information should one give/divulge?
If you are with a friend and run into another friend who doesn't know the person you are with, you might say Janie, this is Susan. Susan, Janie. You also might share something about the relationship such as the fact that you work together or attend the same gym or whatever.
To introduce yourself to a stranger, merely say hello and say something very general to the other person about the weather or what is going on around you to strike up a conversation. Sharing too much information with a stranger is not wise. Many a person has regretted sharing too much information too soon. Personally, I don't like to listen to too much information from someone I hardly know unless I ask. It can be very uncomfortable.
by kld0517 9 years ago
I recently read in a forum on a website for the town that I live in that parents are outraged concerning the materials taught in sex education. I only graduated 6 years ago. I had sex education starting in the 6th grade when I was 12 years old. I did not think the material was...
by hellyerrr 7 years ago
How do I get investment without giving away too much information?I have a business idea, and I know everyone who has one says 100% it will work and half the time they never do. But with this idea it has proven to work in other areas and I have the expertise in this certain area and I know 100% this...
by gabrielthomas72 8 years ago
Is there too much information released about upcoming films before they are released?In our world of information overload, is there too much detail, ie trailers, interviews and leaks, about upcoming films. Do you feel as though we have probably seen and heard about the best bits before thay...
by Brian L. Powell 8 years ago
Do you suspect the real reason our politicians are so divided is ease in which everyone's secrets are discovered? There are no secrets that a search on the internet cannot uncover and spread to the ends of the earth.
by Tammy 8 years ago
What is the proper etiquette for scooping jelly out of the jelly jar? Using a spoon or knife?My grandmother told me never to scoop jelly out of the jar with a knife. We were to use spoons. I am curious why that is and what the proper etiquette is. Could someone explain it please?
by MarieLB 5 years ago
What are the rules in relation to images in the news?I am toying with the idea of writing a hub about something which is presently in the news here is Oz. What are the rules in connection with images in the news? Are they similar to all other images? Do I have to get permission from the...
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