why open?

@Ritchelle (3795)
Philippines
March 29, 2009 4:45am CST
i still do wonder why some people still chew with their mouths open. i don't know if others are unaware of this or just chooses not to follow this etiquette. i mean, it's really bad. elbows on the table would be more tolerable.
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• Philippines
29 Mar 09
Others don't have etiquettes when they eat. They are careless about themselves and doesn't care if people will look at them or not. I have seen one woman pulling out the hairs in her nose while in a restaurant. Aside from that, there was a time that I saw two teenagers together... one is trying to remove the lice on the head of the other girl also in a restaurant. Its so disgusting to see
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@Ritchelle (3795)
• Philippines
30 Mar 09
yuck, can you tell me the name of the restaurant? :) you know i have to read again your post. i thought it's cleaning her nose, but pulling out the hairs of her nose in a restaurant? that's equally gross. good thing you didn't offer her tweezers ;)
@ljbinkop (744)
• United States
29 Mar 09
Eating with your mouth open is such a disgusting habit! I was raised to never do this, and was punished if I did! It makes eating with someone such an unpleasant experience if they do not have nice table manners. I think everyone should be polite at the table!
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@deebomb (15319)
• United States
29 Mar 09
This is just so disgusting. I hate setting next someone that chews with their mouth open. I have seen 50 year old men that do this. I can put up with most other bad manners but this one is just over the top. It makes you wonder where their mo mom was at meal time and why they didn't learn better by the age of 50. My grandson had a friend that chewed with hie mouth open. He was about 12 and I mentioned it to him. He never came back. People just don't seem to teach manners any more. I have a step grandson that chews with his mouth open and you don't dare say any thing to him. The kids just hayed to set across the table from him.
@JoyfulOne (6242)
• United States
29 Mar 09
I know what you mean!! Makes you wonder if their parents didn't teach them manners, or if they just didn't listen. I personally think it's disgusting, and I find it a real turn-off at a meal when somebody is eating, and often talking, with their mouths full. (And by turn-off, I mean I lose my appetite.) How can anybody think this is acceptable?! I don't get as upset with elbows on the table, or other mealtime faux pas, but eating with the mouth open is horrible!!
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