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This reminds me of my mom trying to teach me proper etiquette and told me a story about a man who was going to a dinner party. His mother gave him some hints to ask start conversations with the ladies who would be sitting on either side of him. She told him to ask them if they were married and if they had any children. At the dinner he turned to the lady on his left and said "Are you married?' She said "no" He then asked "do you have any children?" She gave him a dirty look and turned away. He though that didn't go well, let me try it a different way, so he turned to the lady on his right and said "DO you have any children?" She said, "Yes, I have 4", so he said "Are you married?" she turned away, and he sat the rest of the dinner, with no one talking to him. This might not make as much sense in today's world as it did when I was learning etiquette, but you get the idea.
Answer by SweetLuci at 1:10 PM on Nov. 1, 2010
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