5 Important Etiquette Rules You Break My Parents Are Rich But Left Me Without 2 days ago   08:17

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I bet you’re all well-mannered people. But do you always follow the rules of etiquette in the right way? It’s not only members of the Royal family that have to watch themselves in public.

For instance, it's actually rather rude to say "Bless you" to a person who just sneezed at a business meeting. The same goes for covering your face with your right hand as you sneeze or cough. When you're stirring sugar in your tea, move the spoon but back and forth, like a small pendulum, instead of a circular motion. Here’s a short list of etiquette rules that you might be breaking every day and not even notice.

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TIMESTAMPS:
“Bless You!” 0:19
Proper hand to use 0:45
Gym etiquette 1:34
Business etiquette 2:03
Table etiquette 2:26
Etiquette rules from across the world:
South Korea 4:58
Greece, Turkey, Montenegro and Egypt 5:21
the Middle East 5:42
Europe 6:00
France 6:35
Italy 7:06

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SUMMARY:
-If you’re on a business meeting and somebody suddenly sneezes, it’s better not to say “Bless you!”, but to pretend as if you noticed nothing.
-When you cover your mouth with your right hand while coughing, it gets covered in germs which later happily move to people who come into contact with you.
-You should keep a towel with you to wipe up your sweat. It'd also be good etiquette to re-set weight machines at lower settings when you're finished using them.
-Say the person's first name or Doctor, if appropriate, and introduce everybody present, starting from the highest rank to the lowest one.
-Remember to always enter your seat from the right side and never shake someone's hand while seated. You should be passing food around the table in a counterclockwise direction, or to the right. Don’t put the soup spoon on a tablecloth or napkin.
-While traveling to South Korea, be aware of their respect towards the elder people. When one of your elders offers you a drink, the proper etiquette is to receive it with both hands, and then turn your head away as you take your first sip.
-If you’re traveling to Greece, Turkey, Montenegro or Egypt, to name a few, please note that the plumbing may not be designed for flushing toilet paper.
-While in, let’s say, Italy, it’s normal to wave your hands back and forth while speaking, but be more careful with gestures in the Middle East.
-Turn down the volume: for the majority of European countries, it’s more common for people to use their library voice.
-In some countries, like France, for instance, hugging can be considered more intimate than kissing.
-In Italy, while it’s still generally considered polite to let a woman to go through the door first, that rule goes away when entering a restaurant.

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Comments 404 Comments

BRIGHT SIDE
Hey there, BrightSiders! When was the last time you said "Bless you" to someone?
Drbeautyglam
as far as yer "library voice" u most not have come 2 Mallorca Spain..... I always complain that they r LOUD.
Antonio Emanuele Addis-Pilo
The spaghetti rule is completely wrong
Nikki Snel Art
Don't tell me what to do
machela weilding
idk want to say next
First name guy
Nah... in thailand we don't have a handshake so i dont care.
Gazal Abdalla
??????
Scott Skelton
This is coming across and right hand friendly. I'm a left handers.
StoneyJuggler 83
Next video you need to eat pizza CRUST FIRST
Donna Spear
The tea cup pendulum movement. Never heard of this. I will definitely use this in the future.
Sunamini Carino
Wow i loved all of these🖤
Tanya Glover
Why?! Is the tea or coffee being stirred in a circular motioned gonna anger the coffee god?! U don't sneeze in either hand because eww gross and there are us lefties too...Bless you is polite and should be done regardless of setting-say it quietly if need be...All the others are needed for those who travel abroad...ijs not your best vid this time
AsianGurlViv CB meme channel
Um... boy from your story animated it that you? Like if it sounds familiar
Kenneth Ware
you are supposed to shake with your left hand. it is closer to your heart
Ciaran Teeling
Ireland and the UK must not exist on the bright side world map...
PolizeiPaul
Seems they hired a kid to do the voice over now XD.
Roland Jaudes
interesting, thanks.
kulturfreund66
In France and other Romance countries you don´t give a full kiss on each cheek. It´s just adumbrated. And it´s being done between two females or male and female, not between two men.
Pamela Michel
I searched for you.. Could not find you. Thanks for inspiring my faith to pray for you!😀
kulturfreund66
Sneezing: 
The best thing to do in case you have no hanky is to bend over and sneeze to the ground. Keeps your hands and the space around head level clean.
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This is Justin, and he recently bought a new cell phone. Nothing unusual, you might think, but for him this purchase was very special, and here’s why.

Around a year ago Justin’s dad was promoted at work, and they had to move to another city. His family’s new income brought a new social status for all of them, and his parents decided that the first thing to do was to send Justin to a new and better school. Together, they chose one that corresponded to their plans for his future education. It was a boarding school for boys, mostly from wealthy families, but he was actually okay with that. Meeting new people didn’t actually bother him. It was interesting to hang out with his classmates, and since they all wore the same uniform, it didn't seem like they were all that much different from each other. Except for one thing – practically all of them had a bunch of interesting stories to tell about places they'd already visited and tons of photos of their lives stored on their latest iPhones. Whereas he’d never been outside of his hometown up to that point, and his phone was about three years old. Did he envy them, you might ask? You bet he did!

He figured out the perfect solution to his problem by asking his parents to buy him a new phone. He thought that if he could just explain to them how important it was for him to have something like the iPhone X in order to be more like his classmates, then they'd meet him halfway, especially taking into account his dad's higher salary. So, when he came home for the holidays, he kindly hinted that it would be perfect for them to give him something nice and fancy, since he’d done pretty well in his studies. But despite the fact that they now had a lot more money and that he’d been on his best behavior, they refused. They said that the gadget he was asking for was too expensive to just go out and buy for no actual reason, especially since his old phone still worked perfectly well. He tried to persuade them at first, but they wouldn't budge.

Justin was disappointed and even mad at his parents, and he kept thinking the situation over while looking through his friends’ photos on Facebook later that night. Suddenly he came across a photo that showed his classmate Richard with a miserable look on his face, holding a broken laptop in his hands. “I guess somebody’s now in big trouble…” the caption said. Suddenly, he had an idea – what if his phone was really broken? His parents wouldn’t let their only son be without any source of communication. In order to not arouse any suspicions, he waited a while, and about a week after their talk about the iPhone X, he deliberately dunked his dependable “5S” under water. Oh, you should have seen how emotional he was as he told the story to his parents about how it all happened! He thought he did great, almost like a real actor. But his dad, apparently, saw right through his deception. He said that he was sorry, but he still wasn’t going to give Justin any money to buy a new phone. He was upset that his cunning plan hadn’t worked out, and that his hopes for a new phone had sunk along with his old one.

In fact, he was devastated. Now he had neither a new cell phone nor his old one anymore. But he felt like an even a bigger loser when his mom kindly lent him her phone, which was not only pink, but was so ancient that it didn't even have an internet connection. And it had actual buttons, instead of a touch screen. He now understood how stupid he was for destroying his phone on purpose, and decided to confess. His dad said that what he did was really stupid. However, the fact that he had admitted it gave him an easy win. He promised to help, and told him about a 3-week temporary job offer at his office. The only thing he needed to do there was to catalogue an archive, and he’d be generously paid for it.

The thought of having extra money, and finally being able to buy himself his own iPhone X, inspired him during the whole three weeks of work. And it wasn’t hard at all. Sure, it was boring, but he handled it easily enough and received his hard-earned…300 bucks!? This was what his dad had meant by “generously paid”? He couldn’t believe it, he felt so betrayed. It made him furious at his parents again. But this time they also got mad. His mom said that he was no longer a little boy but almost a grown-up man, and that it was time for him to take responsibility for his own actions. And his dad told him that whoever judges people by their cell phones can neither be a good person nor a real friend. And as if this wasn’t enough, his parents cut off his allowance. So, this time he really had to figure out his money problems on his own.


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