Saturday, October 6, 2018

On the Way Out of the Bathroom Professional and Graduate University Etiquette Business Dining Etiquette

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Mark received business cards and there are other things you can do
1. Look for a body or hand lotion. Use some: on your face, lips, and hands.
2. Check the mirror. Look at your nose. Then look at your mouth and teeth. Check for particles of foodstuff.
3. Look for that wrapped toothpick. Use it. You can carry a travel toothbrush, and plan for a way to brush your teeth after you eat, with or without paste.
4. Look for a dish of wrapped signature candy. Have one.
5. Look for a single rose or flower taken from the centerpiece. Smell it.
6. Take time to look at each candle lit and floating in a tub. This can be both safe and look awesome.
7. O.K., it is time to leave, back to your dinner table.
Note: The bathroom is the only room in which you get to be alone. It is where you get to inspect the environment and make decisions about the host from a sitting position. There are nineteen things you can place in a bathroom for someone else. Remember this when you get home.
Note: This page is a breach of etiquette: “What is done behind the door of a bathroom is private.” Yes, it is, until another person is listening or enters the room. In a commercial environment, when an attendant is present, services are to be used and tipped.

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