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10 old-fashioned manners kids aren't taught anymore
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Fliboard icon A stylized letter F. Some etiquette experts believe that old-fashioned manners that kids aren't taught anymore should be brought back. Here are 11 old-fashioned manners, like standing for introductions and asking for permission, that kids just aren't taught anymore.