| | Re: Table Manners
Southbound, your meal times sound a lot like mine when I was a child. The one difference was that we really were expected to eat ... but I don't think anybody ever had to tell us that. Seeing as how you refer to the evening meal as "supper," there is probably a lot of similarity in our cultures.
"No singing at the table" was also a big thing with my grandparents. My grandma had a cute little rhyme about it that, though not dirty, might not be thought of too kindly by many on here, so I won't post it here.
Dolly speaks with a ****ney accent. On the drinks thread, we talk about ****tails. A confident person might be ****-sure. An arrogant person is ****y.
#%$@ TAM!!! It was a rooster long before it was an organ!!! FREE THE **** FROM THE EVIL TAM CENSORS!