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i get it that morals/law are definately considered in acceptable behavior but really... I mean in america.. the "rules" don't really apply anymore unless you're stuck in hicka$$ nowhere with a bunch of old hags that are going by the 1950s way of viewing things... so WTF is acceptable anymore?
s3xyrixa s3xyrixa 22-25, F 15 Answers Jan 3, 2011

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that is just a strerio type that high morals is always old and unattractive. my friends have high morals, and are beautiful both on the inside and the outside, and I know that the men in their life agree.

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to be a clone don't ask don't tell if u see somebody getting mugged just keep walking pretend u didn't see it it f@#$ing blows i love to be heard to be seen open doors for people see somebody with car trouble help but it seems like humanity is a thing of the past ;( so it seems to me to answer Ur question is not to care but i give society the finger and if i see that u need Ur door opened ill open it for you

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Good deeds. Every now and then everyone thinks about how they can help someone but then realize they maybe hurt by a con. It is sad how some in society have led us to believe there is some con or that something bad can happen to anyone trying to help someone else.

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everything except smoking apparently

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Polite, start by being polite.

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depends on where you are and who you are around i would say

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It's not good to flip flop on being who you are. A person should have his or her own set of standards and beliefs. Ethics should be handed down in the family and learned through life experience and religion. Religion also plays a roll in our beliefs as human beings. The society she lives in be it with young or old will let her know what is acceptable. What is acceptable is very connected with what is polite and proper. If she wishes not to live by someone in her community's standards or the community's standards than she maybe looked upon as a person without a good character or reputation. Be it a reputation for friendliness or helpfulness, politeness or someone anyone can depend on as a person of good moral character. if you are looking for a job or a good reference you do not say that the person who does not meet the same high moral, ethical character as yourself is any one you would want to introduce to an employer, friend, or coworker.

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"acceptable" is pretty much anything that doesn't make others feel threatened, be it literally (pointing a gun at someone) or metaphorically (attacking another's identity, be it ethnic, moral, political, etc.).

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Apparently getting wasted drunk is socially acceptable, as it happens all the time, is excused - considered par for the social human course - at least in LARGE percentage of the world.

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Getting drunk is not socially accepted. Many people who repeatedly get that wasted tell their friends some stupid story of the following misdeed while intoxicated and that is a story one should never tell anyone.
Also repeated drunkenness leads to trouble with the law and standing in an orange vest picking up litter on your day off is now glamorous.
Drinking to excess and beating family members and causing trouble in the community is also not looked on as a good deed.
See! Drinking excessively is not accepted!

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Look around - drinking in excess IS socially acceptable, and excused, as is much of the behavior associated with it.

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Whatever is the socially acceptable actions in your culture and by your laws!

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White, there are things called "Cross-culture."
When one cultures ideals or one families traditions clash with another, socially acceptable can become a matter of compromise to the point of oppression or opposition to the point of estrangement.
and there is nothing to do but grit your teeth and bear it.

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Treating people how you want them to treat you

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talking when talked first, smiling when they smiled at you, not being violent (not necessarily well mannered, just don't hit anyone), wearing clothes that cover up the "important parts", finding a job, and having at least one "friend" ... :) that's how I live.

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smiling at people?

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It depends on what kind of social gathering you are in. <br /><br />
It could be a reliious gathering and it can be a cheer leading gathering! I think a socially acceptable behaviour depends on the enviroment. Thank you

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