From How To Run A Successful Party: Party Ideas, Games, Fun, For Children & Grown Ups! by Elizabeth King, with the rules for proper dunking. The copyright, 1945, belongs to the Doughnut Corporation of America, so they out to have known.
Literary Debutante Ball Fashion Advice: Etiquette Advice We Can All Actually Use
“For attractive lips, speak words of kindness. For lovely eyes, seek out the good in people. For a slim figure, share your food with the hungry. For beautiful hair, let a child run his/her fingers through it once a day.” – Audrey Hepburn. I would add: then take a shower, eat a hoagie and throw some lip-gloss on, because no one wants to be the starving, bleeding-lipped weirdo with kid junk in her hair.
From Marie-Helene Bertino’s Literary Debutante Ball Fashion Advice, where she also gives this wise nugget:
“Stop talking about your phone.” – One Clue to Becoming an Interesting Person, Marie-Helene Bertino
And, for those not yet an interesting person, this would include iPads, laptops, book-readers, tablets and other tech gadgets. Wait to be asked — and even then, keep it short.
Image via Vicki @ Nostalgic Collections.