Talk:Table manners

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MansourJE (talk) 06:25, 4 April 2015 (UTC)

Islamic eating manners[edit]

In Islamic eating manners used by Iranian culture, has been recommended to chew the food from 40 to 70 times and drink in some gulps. Eating together is recommended too. Saying GOD's name at the beginning or if you forget during eating is needed. read more on the link:

 http://www.inter-islam.org/Actions/manners.htm

MansourJE (talk) 10:55 April 2015 (UTC)

Bit of a sparse article this[edit]

It seems to me we should have a lot less instruction here (surely the rules are never and have never been this consistent, changing every few generations) and a lot more about the history and psychology of manners. I came here to read up on how such things as social rules are invented and enforced and what defense, if any, has been devised to justify an act that would otherwise be unthinkable in civilized cultures.— Preceding unsigned comment added by 75.72.206.153 (talkcontribs) 30 November 2015‎

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Licking utensils[edit]

There is insufficient information on licking of utensils, and how this is viewed between different cultures. I know that licking chop sticks is frowned upon in Asia, but what about forks / sporks elsewhere? -RoyBoy 14:40, 14 September 2016 (UTC)