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2013-01-21
Name: Vasudha We all are aware of the general table manners. But often it happens that we remain helpless when something odd happens, like some drink fall on the guest, or if a fork falls down etc. Can someone suggest right table manners in such contexts?
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2013-01-21
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Name: Ira
Subject:  Important Table Etiquettes In Odd Contexts
Some food items can be eaten with fingers: Some food tastes better when eaten with fingers. So you can eat with your fingers provided you use just the first two segments of the thumb, the index and middle fingers to pop the food into the mouth. Avoid licking fingers after finishing the food. Food should be always eaten with right hand.

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2013-01-21
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Name: Maansi
Subject:  Important Table Etiquettes In Odd Contexts
If a piece of silverware falls onto the floor: It should be picked up if one can reach it and the server should be told to replenish it with a clean one.
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2013-01-21
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Name: Maansi
Subject:  Important Table Etiquettes In Odd Contexts
To remove a distasteful food item from the mouth: The food should be removed in the napkin discreetly and the food morsel should be kept out of view from others.
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2013-01-21
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Name: Gargi
Subject:  Important Table Etiquettes In Odd Contexts
When a bug appears: If a bug or anything of that sort appears in your salad etc. quietly send it back but do not point it out because it might ruin the entire dinner for the rest of the people.
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2013-01-21
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Name: Neha
Subject:  Important Table Etiquettes In Odd Contexts
If some beverage or food is spilled on some guest while eating: The best way is to handle the situation with a calm and quiet frame of mind. Apologise first and then using the cloth napkin and water wipe it gently or else gently guide the guest to the wash room.
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