“A reminder of good manners in a modern rude world”…”A guide to semi-detached parenting”…”St. John’s Newfoundland Raymonds named Canada’s best restaurant”….
Just a few of today’s headlines about all manner of things in our world…
According to anthropologists, society’s increasing rudeness is part of a phenomenon that sees people behave badly when around strangers and generally we’re all around strangers more of the time in our modern world. “People do stuff they would never do to a neighbour”…
“Semi-detachment” parenting, apparently is “attachment parenting” with some healthy detachments. “Like the flight attendants say: put on your oxygen mask first, and then your child’s”…
Cheers to Newfoundland regional cuisine at a “world class level!” That’s what makes Raymonds the best according to a panel of distinguished Canadian chefs, food writers, and industry professionals.
Added flavour to the article summarizes that #s 4,5,6 on the Top Ten List includes Vancouver’s popular Farmer’s Apprentice, Vij’s, & Hawksworth!!
Salut!!–might dining out be part of your fine Friday?!…
Politeness is to human nature what warmth is to wax. ~Arthur Schopenhauer
Learn young about hard work and manners and you’ll be through the whole dirty mess and nicely dead again before you know it. ~F. Scott Fitzgerald
Many who would not take the last cookie would take the last lifeboat. ~Mignon McLaughlin, The Neurotic’s Notebook, 1960
People count up the faults of those who keep them waiting. ~French Proverb
Is human a savage at heart, skinned o’er with fragile manners? Or is savagery but a faint taint in the natural human’s gentility, which erupts now and again like pimples on an angel’s arse? ~adapt. John Barth, The Sot-Weed Factor, 1960
Children are natural mimics who act like their parents despite every effort to teach them good manners. ~Author Unknown
Cheers to a Friday & weekend that’s as best as it can be–full of please(d) & polite!