KHQ.COM - What table manners do you enforce in your home? Did you ever consider proper table etiquette from countries around the world?
Langford's Silverware company has put together some graphics showing the Do's and Don'ts of table manners across the world and some of them are pretty interesting.
For example, if dining in Thailand at a restaurant, the person perceived to be the richest is expected to pay the bill. In Japan, there's no need to be a quiet eater - slurping your food is considered polite. Perhaps the strangest "manner" of all though is in Inuit - it's actually considered a compliment to the chef to pass gas after finishing a meal.
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