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30 Bad Table Manners: How Many Are You Guilty Of?

Gourmandize Logo By Samantha Bansil of Gourmandize | Slide 2 of 30: No matter where you are in the world, most dining room tables follow some sort of place setting etiquette. It's usually as follows: forks to the left of the plate, knife and spoon to the right of the plate, glass in the top right-hand corner, and bread plate to the top left-hand corner. Apart from the fact that you'll be using the utensils, avoid rearranging everything else so no one gets confused about whose is whose.

Not respecting place settings

No matter where you are in the world, most dining room tables follow some sort of place setting etiquette. It's usually as follows: forks to the left of the plate, knife and spoon to the right of the plate, glass in the top right-hand corner, and bread plate to the top left-hand corner. Apart from the fact that you'll be using the utensils, avoid rearranging everything else so no one gets confused about whose is whose.

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