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Miss Manners Basic Training Miss Manners Hereby Declares ThatYou Look Terrific Did You Have A Faceliftis Not An Acceptable Compliment For This And The Other Myriad Rudeness That Nowadays Pass For Consolation, Congratulation And Other Forms Of Verbal Communication, Miss Manners Provides Politely Pointed Comebacks, As Well As The Gracious And Proper Thing To Say In Any SituationMiss Manners Feels Compelled To Do So Because Saying The Wrong Thing Whether In The Name Of Originality, Self Expression, Honesty Or Instant Empathy Has Become All Too Common To A Bereaved PersonYou Must Realize It S All For The Best To A Newly Engaged PersonAre You Sure You Know What You Re Doing To A Pregnant WomanYou Can Still Do Something About It, You Know The Right Thing To Say Is A Refresher Course In Etiquette As A Second Language, Filled With The Practical Advice And Sly Humor That Make Miss Manners Such Good Wicked Fun, And Helpful Too Cosmopolitan Including Useful Phrases For Dealing With Life S Special Occasions And Mishaps, The Right Thing To Say Explores The Subtleties Of Saying No, Conducting A Conversation Without Causing Offense And The Art Of The Apology When You Do Anyway

10 thoughts on “Miss Manners Basic Training

  1. says:

    Despite her annoying style, it is this subject that I think Miss Manners reigns supreme You may never enjoy a formal dinner party, but who doesn t find themselves in situations where you don t know what to say or are rendered speechless by others rudeness especially those who don t even know they re being rude.

  2. says:

    A quick read and often very amusing this is sort of a Miss Manners column plus there is narrative content plus some illustrative letters to Miss Manners, with a focus on responses to different situations, often in bold text I can t really remember reading Miss Manners column as much as Dear Abby Ann in my youth, and regretfully so she has a wonderfu

  3. says:

    There is not a piece of advice in this book humourous though it may be that is not common sense I was hoping for a way to learn to say No to people as though doing it politely might somehow make it easier for me which was one of the chapters advertised on the book s dust jacket cover, but only found phrases tailored to individual situations which I m no

  4. says:

    I picked this book up somewhat jokingly for a book challenge, and ended up really learning a lot I will never send another postcard in my life.

  5. says:

    What can I say I have a weakness for Miss Manners She is frequently insightful, usually interesting, and always entertaining Unless one hates the entire idea of etiquette, I can think of no author better suited to educate and entertain one.This little book focuses to a large extent on customary remarks Congratulations , I m so sorry and how and why they are oft

  6. says:

    while I don t agree with everything Miss Manners has to say I don t think it s rude when someone says no problem in response to thank you maybe it s a sign of the times but I ll just be glad if they say anything at all it was fun to read about how awful some people can be Also being with other people sometimes requires knowing how to handle awkward situations this

  7. says:

    I do enjoy Miss Manners books, and this one was no exception She presented variety of useful responses for politely extracting oneself from all sorts of ettiquette quandries The only disappointment I would love a copy of this book for my personal library, and it appears to be out of print I shall have to scour secondhand bookshops.

  8. says:

    The conversational, informative tone made the book easy to read Most of all, Miss Manners a.k.a Mrs Judith Martin s book is entertaining I enjoyed reading it, and kept it from the library for 2 months, retouching my etiquette and observing the good bad manners of others I recommend this book to all people, of any age, to learn from and enjoy.

  9. says:

    Funny, kill them with kindness ideas for how to handle most situations I would have liked itif the readers questions sections weren t quite so large, because many of their dilemmas are irrelevant for me But overall, a good guide.

  10. says:

    Humorous Informative Empowering.

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