The Teens’ Guide To Good Manners: Always Split The Bill, Don’t Eat Fish At Parties, And Never Insult Someone’s Dog

Tatler editor Kate Reardon urges teenagers today to have good manners

  • Warns to never leave an awkward silence and always send a thank you email

  • She has seen both boys and girls struggle with basic etiquette 

  • By Kate Reardon

    Published: 18:01 EDT, 12 July 2014 | Updated: 20:36 EDT, 12 July 2014





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