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  4. I agree. In fact if you let it, it can be irritating when they not only don’t sat thank you, but act almost as if they deserves it.


  5. It’s one of those automatic “rules” I have ingrained in me–and I’m always so struck with amazement when folks are polite, that I tend to gush my appreciation and look like an idiot!


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    • LOL, thanks so much Christy. I wonder if you would mind taking a look down my page at the story called I remember you. And at Tipsy Lit there actually having a vote on the prompts which I found very interesting to write about and created an ending to a story that I never had closure on. If you like this story, I’m wondering if you would mind voting for it and encouraging others to do so sorry for ask 💖


    • I know… It was hammered into me as a child and it just does not leave you as you grow older, but the newer generations just don’t seem to value it at all.

      So sad 😦


      • Hi Easter,

        In India its dead in almost all. Only some younger educated possess it and some older have left in them. Here you will find one in thousand. After living in Australia for half a decade I found more courteous people. We all have our experiences. The only thing I know whether young or old we all need to learn to be courteous. There are some basics lacking in everyone, even I surely need to improve more. Else this world will truly become 😦

        Thanks Easter 🙂


        • I love your fresh outlook on everything (no pun intended!) 🙂
          Canadians, when in the rural areas are more courteous than in the big cities. I didn’t realize you were from India (most Indians I’ve known through the years here have been extrememy well mannered and I would even say poised).
          As you say, however, they are probably more well-educated.

          I would guess that Australians and Canadians are similar. Are you still in Au?


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