Emily Post Quotes

Emily Post Quotes: Never take more than your share - whether of the road in driving your car, of chairs on a boat or seats on a train, or food at the table.
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Emily Post Quote: In popular houses where visitors like to go again and again, there is always a happy combination of some attention on the part of the hostess and the perfect freedom of the guests to occupy their time as they choose.
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Quotes about Emily Post: Houses without personality are a series of walled enclosures with furniture standing around in them. Other houses are filled with things of little intrinsic value, even with much that is shabby and yet they have that inviting atmosphere...
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Quote about Emily Post: The letter we all love to receive is one that carries so much of the writer's personality that she seems to be sitting beside us, looking at us directly and talking just as she really would, could she have come on a magic carpet, instead of sending her proxy in ink-made characters on mere paper.
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Emily Post Sayings: Children are all more or less little monkeys in that they imitate everything they see. If their mother treats them exactly as she does her visitors they in turn play
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Emily Post Saying: To the old saying that man built the house but woman made of it a 'home' might be added the modern supplement that woman accepted cooking as a chore but man has made of it a recreation.
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Sayings about Emily Post: The fact that slang is apt and forceful makes its use irresistibly tempting. Coarse or profane slang is beside the mark, but
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Saying about Emily Post: Custom is a mutable thing; yet we readily recognize the permanence of certain social values. Graciousness and courtesy are never old-fashioned.
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Emily Post Quotes: There is a big deposit of sympathy in the bank of love, but don't draw out little sums every hour or so - so that by and by, when perhaps you need it badly, it is all drawn out and you yourself don't know how or on what it was spent.
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Emily Post Quote: Training a child is exactly like training a puppy; a little heedless inattention and it is out of hand immediately; the great thing is not to let it acquire bad habits that must afterward be broken.
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Quotes about Emily Post: Nothing appeals to children more than justice, and they should be taught in the nursery to
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