Ettiquette

Is that really spelt with four “t’s” – i can’t be bothered looking it up so if someone cares to comment I’d appreciate it.

Must be getting a bit weary after a big year and a little cranky at times too.  Not enough to do a full on rave like some I’ve read lately, but maybe enough to point out a few things about manners.

It has been a long time since I worked regularly in the city, more than 10 years and there are both things I enjoy about it and other things that I’d prefer not to have to deal with.  Is it just me or do other people realise that manners seem to have been forgotten.   Here’s a few things about that 40ed [ 4 “t” ed get it – groan, very bad pun I know] word up there.

Don’t walk 4 abreast on the footpath.

If you are walking to an intersection and approaching a red light, let the people through who have the green light facing them.

Remember there are such things as lift [elevator] protocols.  If there are a lot of people queued up waiting for one to arrive, which happens often in the building I work in, don’t effin push in to the front.

There, that’s much better *sigh*  ;). 

And if really doesn’t have 4 t’s please accept my apology.

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Ettiquette

Is that really spelt with four “t’s” – i can’t be bothered looking it up so if someone cares to comment I’d appreciate it.

Must be getting a bit weary after a big year and a little cranky at times too.  Not enough to do a full on rave like some I’ve read lately, but maybe enough to point out a few things about manners.

It has been a long time since I worked regularly in the city, more than 10 years and there are both things I enjoy about it and other things that I’d prefer not to have to deal with.  Is it just me or do other people realise that manners seem to have been forgotten.   Here’s a few things about that 40ed [ 4 “t” ed get it – groan, very bad pun I know] word up there.

Don’t walk 4 abreast on the footpath.

If you are walking to an intersection and approaching a red light, let the people through who have the green light facing them.

Remember there are such things as lift [elevator] protocols.  If there are a lot of people queued up waiting for one to arrive, which happens often in the building I work in, don’t effin push in to the front.

There, that’s much better *sigh*  ;). 

And if really doesn’t have 4 t’s please accept my apology.