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Creating a Conversation at Your Next Dinner Party

So you’re hosting a large formal dinner party and you have everyone seated around the table, plates are served and now the dreaded silence. Now what? Silence around the dinner table happens to even the most experienced and prepared hostesses. Avoid disappointment and anxiety and plan a

Electronic Mail Joke Passing Etiquette

E-mail is a great way to keep in touch with friends, family members, and coworkers. Many people love to do so by forwarding jokes to dozens, if not hundreds, of their address book contacts. Before you become the humor distributor, please, PLEASE read the below etiquette suggestions,

Sauna Etiquette: The Dos and the Don’ts

You walk into a sauna ready to enjoy yourself when you suddenly hear what sounds like something from a horror movie. The loud breathing you hear over your shoulder has you frightened to turn around because you’re afraid that what you will see is some unearthly creature

Round Out Your Casual Wear With Some Sassy Cufflinks

Casual wear means different things to different men. One man may hear that his upcoming 4th of July brunch for work is casual dress and excitedly rush straight to the back of his closet to grab the jeans he uses to mow the lawn, the very ratty

Suits And Ties – How To Choose The Perfect Ones!

It is not less than an art to choose the perfect suit and tie that will flawlessly suit your personality, as well as the occasion on which it has to be worn. A suit and a tie stands for a man’s prestige and reputation. At one point

Men’s Fashion – Wedding Attire With All The Bells & Whistles

Ah, the dreaded wedding invitation. Sure you love your friend. Hell, you’ve known each other since elementary school when he accidentally knocked you upside the head coming off the monkey bars. Your nose bled all over your shirt while he laughed hysterically and ran to get you

Wedding Invitation Etiquette

Wedding invitation etiquette consists of a set of guidelines which will assist you in the addressing and handling of your wedding invitations. They are only guidelines and not always hard and fast rules that must be followed. Emily Post, the queen of etiquette, wrote the following in