Continental eating style
A manner of eating - fork in the left hand, knife in the right - uses the knife to push food onto the back of the fork and then moves the food into the mouth with the tines of the fork down.
Speaking ill of someone
Manners and behaviors considered acceptable in social and business situations
Refers to sending vicious, insulting messages via email.
Cyberspace or network etiquette
Customs and regulations having to do with diplomatic etiquette and courtesies expected in official dealings with persons in various cultures.
Typing a message in all capital letters
Refers to the cyberspace term for mass mailings of commercial ads or material cross-posted to numerous newsgroups
U.S. eating style
"Zig-Zag" ; fork in the left, knife in the right, then shifting the fork to the right to eat
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