Tag Archives: behaviour

Idiots I have known

I was commenting on ManOfError’s blog recently about how thankful I am that we’re all different.  It stops life from getting too boring, and in 50-odd years I have seen a lot of differences. Idiots keep us amused.  You can … Continue reading

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Smile

The wise words of J-P’s recent post has made me think about smiling.  I’m not talking about a full anthropological analysis of the facial grimace we call a smile, although it is rewarding to view the range of expressions that we … Continue reading

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A Comedy of Manners

  Manners matter. I was brought up, as were most of my generation to be polite. We gave up our seats to pregnant ladies, the infirm, the elderly. We touched our school caps (obligatory wear, along with gaberdine coats and … Continue reading

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