Jan 19, 2020
This week the Ameiys give you a palate cleanser after last week’s super bummer episode. We preview a new patron-only segment in which we read from vintage etiquette books to find out how to be better women. According to Editor Rich, it’s our best episode yet! And Rich doesn't lie. Unlike that Other Rich.
As always, this episode contains (a lot of) salty language. Consider yourself warned.
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In the 18th century, during the Age of Enlightenment, the adoption of etiquette was a self-conscious process for acquiring the conventions of politeness and the normative behaviours (charm, manners, demeanour) which symbolically identified the person as a genteel member of the upper class.