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  1. I know you’re not going to double dip in my guacamole, but don’t sort through the chips with your dirty fingers before you hit the salsa.
  2. Don’t hold the door open for me with a face like, here you go.  Ah, you chose to open it door for me, so, why give me attitude.
  3. Don’t ask me if I look fat in my dress. If you have to ask, you probably do.
  4. Don’t call me, and let it ring one or twice, then hang up to show that you called me.
  5. Don’t leave your toilet seat protector on the toilet seat.  I don’t want to sit on your old ass. Flush it down the toilet please.
  6. If you park so close to me that my side mirrors screwed, fix it.  Put it back in its place please.
  7. Don’t play stupid when you know what’s up.

Respect your environment, and the people that live in it.

Eating guacamole image available from Shutterstock.

 


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    Last reviewed: 1 Jul 2013

APA Reference
Loberg, E. (2013). Common Courtesy Part II – People Please. Psych Central. Retrieved on December 18, 2014, from http://blogs.psychcentral.com/manic-depression/2013/06/29/common-courtesy-part-ii-people-please/

 

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