Tuesday, May 02, 2006

Shoes Off at the Door, Please: This Week's NATIONAL ETIQUETTE AWARD

Shoes Off at the Door, Please: This Week's NATIONAL ETIQUETTE AWARD

My award to countries in which shoes-off in homes is the norm.

3 comments:

Shawn L said...

Matthew,

I was watching the British House of Commons this morning on TV and wow was that interesting. It's more like watching a Sporting eventt and quick responses back from Tony Blair. Plus the speed at which people speak and come up with ideas is happening much more rapid than in the House or Senate in the USA.

Very intreging for a westerner and much more interesting to watch than the House or Senate. The House or Senate you have one person talking for about 15-30 minutes straight. In the House of commons people are talking for about less than one minute and others popping up around.

Dyspraxic Fundamentalist said...

Shawn, it is very good fun watching the House of Commons on t.v.

It is great the way the prime minister and the Conservative leader trade sharp remarks at each other.

Every Blessing in Christ

Matthew

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