British dating etiquette
11 Showing someone next to you a message or photo you shouldn’t have looked at in the first place, but then not sharing it with everyone else around the table. 12 Using any form of gadget when an actual human being who is physically present at the table is trying to communicate with you by the traditional method of speech.
13 Unless the specific purpose of a social gathering is to watch a particular event en masse, it is seriously bad form for a gentleman to pop out of a dining room to check a football, or other sport, score on TV.
It is unspeakably rude to put your self-indulgence first.
2 Pay attention to the time stated on the invitation. Before that time, the hostess will be frantically laying the table, cooking and getting herself ready, while the man in her life tells her to calm down and wonders where he put the corkscrew.
Nothing kills conversation faster than pseudo-progressive bores who make a point of being offended by the “inappropriate” attitudes of others and seek to silence them.
Here is some advice as your dating relationship gets more serious: The most important piece of dating etiquette for a woman is to be respectful of the man you are dating.
Here are some guidelines to help you handle awkward situations involving the bill, and some other general dating advice for women. The financial aspect of dating is much different for a first date, for example, than it is for a fourth or fifth date.
Ladies, after you have been on your first date or two with a man, the rules change a little.
4 Ladies may allow their bare arms, shoulders and/or a modest portion of décolletage to be visible. Almost no woman older than 20, or with a dress-size more than six can sit with her flabby tummy exposed without putting others off their food. 10 Sending or reading any form of email, text, tweet, Facebook message, status update or comment left at the end of an online newspaper feature.
Ditto communicating via Whats App, Snapchat or Skype.