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Southern Hospitality and Manners - Etiquette is something that has traditionally been very important in the South. The South is world famous for its "Southern Hospitality." Manners are important to Southerners, no matter what status in life one holds. While manners seem to be slipping in our modern society, there is still a place for manners, and good manners can help anyone move between different social classes and assist in advancing one's career. Unfortunately, there is little out there to assist in passing on good manners to future generations. In this section we offer a link to a site that offers some tips on Southern manners, and a copy of a handbook created from several sources that can help maintain good manners, and in turn preserve civil society.
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Someone Wrote the following on 04/16/2010 9:29 PM :
Southern hospitality LOL ... you got to be kidding ... welcome to my trailer, you want some steamed possum with some home made hooch?


Someone Wrote the following on 04/16/2010 9:30 PM :
Oh yeah, and listen to me reading from the bible LOL


Someone Wrote the following on 04/16/2010 9:31 PM :
Those with the etiquette were the ones with the big houses and the slaves living in poverty next door. NICE!


NeoCon Wrote the following on 04/17/2010 05:47 AM :
The rude ones are the mean and nasty people living in blue cites such as San Francisco, New York, or Hollywood.


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