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Manners

I was raised to have manners. Please. thank you. your welcome are all a part of my upbringing and I am not sorry that my parents raised me that way. Today children dont know the meaning of the words. Its funny but I work at school in the cafe and I have 300 students a day. A 2nd grader asked me for a spoon and I told her I wanted to hear her manners and she looked at me real funny. I asked her if she knew what manners were and she shook her head no. Another little girl that was sitting there replied to me "Shes Spanish". I laughed so hard. I asked what difference that made and I could no get an answer. Out of the mouths of babes. Some of these children are not taught manners at home and I try to instill them at school. This is what makes me so glad that I was raised OLD SCHOOL!!

RESCUE RESCUE 61-65, F 1 Response Oct 31, 2008

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the reply she's spanish may simply mean differnet cultures differnt rules



plus how well does this kid speak english she may not have know what you meant hello she's not the only one who seems clueless



and "old school" wasn't perfect either no matter how nestalgic it may seem