Many rules of etiquette lie undiscovered and unwritten. Maybe you know of such a rule. Maybe someone said something unkind to you, and you felt hurt or angry, but you didn't know why. Maybe you didn't even know if you were justified in feeling that way. If that's ever happened to you, then you've probably discovered an unwritten rule of manners.
Etiquette is an inexact science, and some of what's been written about it is wrong. Some rules of manners are needlessly strict and harsh; other rules don't go far enough. Relationshop's opinion surveys will try to discover The Real Rules.
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