Somewhere, Someone is Wearing a Tube Top in
At a Funeral.
are ringing in Classrooms, Theatres, and Libraries. White Sandals are
being worn in the Dead of Winter on the Streets of New York. With
Stockings. A girl is staggering under the weight of an Air Conditioner,
on a 90-degree day, as a nearby boy watches with interest, idly
enjoying a Cold Beverage. Young people are Swing-Dancing in Khakis.
Chocolate is running around in "Martinis." And everywhere, the Elderly,
the Infirm, and the Pregnant are standing up on trains.
Appalled. Something has to be done.
This is a job
for the Etiquette Grrls.
'Fess up, Dear
Reader—have you committed one of the above faux pas? Shame,
shame. But we forgive you. After all, you're here, which is the first
step toward becoming Gracious, Elegant, and Infinitely Polite!
Who are we?
Read about us here.
What else is
there besides this web site? The EGs' first book, Things You
Need to Be Told, was published in October 2001 by Berkley
Books. Our follow-up, the oh-so-cleverly-titled More Things
You Need to Be Told, was published in June 2003. More
information about our books (including where to order them) is
available right here.