The 10 unwritten social rules everyone should know.

If there’s one thing the internet is good at, it’s the social rules debate. While one person thinks that dividing the bill five ways, even if you had a side salad and no wine, is fair, others think that there are very specific, but unspoken, rules that apply. apply in social situations.

We’ve put together the main social rules that everyone seems to agree on because the world would be a better place if we were all on the same page.

1. Treat the cleaner with the same respect as the CEO.

The Internet agrees on this point. You should treat the cleaner with the same respect as the CEO, because if someone is nice to you and rude to the waiter, they’re probably not a very nice person. You also run the risk of being treated the same in the end.

2. If someone buys you a drink, buy it back.

If you don’t follow this rule now, we’re… not impressed. It’s nice to cry out to your friends for a drink, and nice to have one in return. We all notice who is left in pain.

Have you ever wondered what alcohol would be like as a person? Yes, U.S. too. The post continues.

3. If the bathroom is empty and there are several unoccupied cubicles available, do not sit in the one right next to someone else.

We are all deeply uncomfortable when it comes to using the toilet. There is absolutely no reason for you to have to sit right next to someone else.

4. Never kiss a baby.

There are two reasons why you should never do this. Babies are vulnerable to illness and parents need safe limits.

5. If someone sneezes, say “To your blessings” twice, then LEAVE THEM.

It’s way too embarrassing to continually bless someone, especially if they literally have a sneeze right next to you. Bless them twice and let them go.

6. Never use the letter “K” to replace “OK”.

It is deeply passive aggressive. Everyone knows that “K” is the code for “I’m so mad at you but my messages have read receipts”.

7. If someone hands you their phone to show you a photo, never swipe.

There are pictures on the phones of people you don’t want to see in any way. Observe this crucial rule.

8. If you are with someone, leave your phone face down on the table.

It is rude to suggest to people around you that someone or something else deserves your attention more than the person sitting in front of or next to you. If you really want to make a good impression and live in the moment, put it on airplane mode, or put it in your bag.

9. Put things back where you found them.

Whether it’s at the supermarket and handing over something, or just borrowed your buddy’s hairdryer, it’s important to always put things back exactly where you found them. There’s a reason things are placed in certain places.

10. Hold the door when you walk in after someone.

Yes. Even if it’s really heavy.

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