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The American society is one that accepts people for being unique and different It embraces independence and individuality it allows all people to speak their minds believe in a cause or even have pink hair Yet behind this curtain there still exists a set of rules that people believe in and expect to be followed by all in general The degree of these laws is spread out across a broad spectrum They can be something as little as the way someone dresses or eats to something as big as the beliefs or values they hold A child of age 3 is expected make a mess around him while eating cheerios on the floor and spaghetti sauce covering his face Aw the kids so cute is how some might react to this sight Yet if a teenager or a 30 year old adult did the same the reaction he would receive is not exactly going to be something that labels him as cute So I decided to play around with this concept that people in general are expected to have basic table manners once they reach a certain age I chose some very contrasting locations to do this and the results were exactly as I expected- not too good and very embarrassing Trying to decide two settings to test this out was quite difficult since I didnt want the onlookers reactions to be exactly the same So I decided to eat at the Downtown location of the Olive Garden first This place attracts adults who would be considered middle to upper class and as a result of its location most of the customers were in black suit and ties in other words business people I went with a friend who knew what I was going to do and agreed to play along We walked in and got a table where we happened to be surrounded by many people deep in conversation mostly about work
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