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What Ive done is compile a quick list of tips that will help turn even the most blundering fool into a proper gentleman Follow these simple tips and I can assure you that people will perceive you as a man of good breeding and taste hence a man they wish to associate and conduct business with Not to mention the fact that the ladies are always quite pleased to meet a real gentleman General Etiquette Always be polite Even if you dont like someone there is no need to lower yourself to their level Be polite and courteous show that youre the better man Do not curse Swearing is a big no-no It shows that you dont have the vocabulary to express your thoughts appropriately Furthermore it is always very crude and impolite to be vulgar Do not speak loudly When you speak loudly it raises the stress level among company It always implies that you cant reason with people and rely on brute force to get your point across It also draws attention -- negative attention Do not lose your temper When you lose your temper you are showing everyone that you cant control your emotions If you cant even control yourself then how can you possibly control anything else Keep your cool at all times it wont be easy but it is worth the effort and people will take positive note of your levelheadedness Do not stare Ogling someone is the equivalent of psychological aggression You dont want to intimidate people for no reason Do not interrupt Let people finish what they are saying before adding your comments Interrupting others is a sign of poor etiquette and a lack of social skills If you want to come across as egotistical you can do so by constantly interrupting Do not spit A lot of men do this almost subconsciously Spitting is very crude and not too
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