. Table Manners People Get Wrong And Why It May Actually Matter « JO LEE MAGAZINE

HuffPost – Last year, when my roommates and I were stuck with each other for the holidays, one of them made a startling accusation over dinner: According to her, I hold my fork wrong. Like most of us, I think, I learned my table manners from my family rather than through any kind of formalized etiquette classes. So while I’m sure there are little customs and mannerisms of high society to which I’m not privy, it never occurred to me that I could be doing something as basic as holding my fork wrong. I wondered with horror …

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