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29-37 Conversation Rules for Gentlemen from 1875

To use phrases which admit of a double meaning is ungentlemanly. Source

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28-37 Conversation Rules for Gentlemen from 1875

It is extremely rude and pedantic, when engaged in general conversation, to make quotations in a foreign language. Source

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27-37 Conversation Rules for Gentlemen from 1875

When thrown into the society of literary people, do not question them about their works. To speak in terms of admiration of any work to the author is in bad taste; but you may give pleasure, if, by a quotation … Continue reading

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Master Your Money Devotional Guide 3-4

Setting goals and doing them are two different things. If you cannot eat an elephant, can you take one bite? Here is something I read that helped me this week.     The world is full of people who are waiting for … Continue reading

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26-37 Conversation Rules for Gentlemen from 1875

While refusing the part of jester yourself, do not, by stiff manners, or cold, contemptuous looks, endeavor to check the innocent mirth of others. It is in excessively bad taste to drag in a grave subject of conversation when pleasant, … Continue reading

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25-37 Conversation Rules for Gentlemen from 1875

Avoid boasting. To speak of your money, connections, or the luxuries at your command is in very bad taste. It is quite as ill-bred to boast of your intimacy with distinguished people. If their names occur naturally in the course … Continue reading

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24-37 Conversation Rules for Gentlemen from 1875

Be careful in society never to play the part of buffoon, for you will soon become known as the “funny” man of the party, and no character is so perilous to your dignity as a gentleman. You lay yourself open … Continue reading

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