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The Etiquette of Being on Time
Thursday, 17 August 2017 - 2:48 | Views - 1,162

Regional customs vary, from being on time to arriving 15, or even 30, minutes late.

(And it's rude to arrive early; you might surprise the host and find him in his bathrobe vacuuming.)

Even if your lunch or dinner mate is easygoing, it's disrespectful arrive more than five minutes late.

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