Meals-- mannerisms one should know and follow

@shivamani10 (11131)
Hyderabad, India
April 7, 2016 11:34am CST
It may sound very uncomfortable for those ..or, they may feel uncomfortable when asked to follow the basic mannerisms meant for meals Meals is the time when you share your food with the company of your friend not necessarily be in his house, but may be yours or in a restaurant discussing and sharing the events of one's life which demand basic mannerisms It may not be appropriate to gulp the meals with long round wide mouth quickly as it will create an awkward scene. Take meals slowly ensuring that you are quite comfortable in the company of your friend. Most of the time people make sound taking food to the sides of their mouth with swings which exhibit nothing but you are interested in eating than sharing the company of your friend. Eat slowly with your mouth closed. Do not give unpleasant sounds with your fork and spoon hitting the plate while taking your food Always chew the food completely and then swallow it. Never show the half chewed food with mouth opened and talking over mobile which is the foremost etiquette generally most of the people neglect to observe. Always spread a napkin over your lap. Just dab your mouth with a kerchief but do not sweep it over your mouth.
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@Corbin5 (99842)
• United States
7 Apr 16
My parents and grandparents schooled us on table manners. So much to learn, but well worth the effort.
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@Mike197602 (13363)
• Worcester, England
7 Apr 16
I particularly hate noisy eaters it puts me off my food. Someone close to me is a very noisy eater so I choose to eat meals at a different time
@eagletrek2 (5152)
• Kingston, New York
7 Apr 16
So I guess burping and cleaning the mouth with the shirt I am wearing is no good lol