Table Manners - Ultimate How-To Guide To Proper Dining Etiquette For Adults Children

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Your grandpa probably didn't smash his food because he wanted it to cool faster; he smashed it so that he could chew it easier. The elderly often have many dental problems, including missing teeth. Smashing and shredding is often the only viable solution to eating certain foods. Such folks should definitely get a pass on table etiquette. Thank you, GG, for all of your valuable, insightful videos.
Ale Chiocc
Glad to learn that this was all well known to me at my age of 18.\nHaving a true gentleman as father is great.
Alex Dorand
You my friend are an awesome actor. I was on the floor rolling of laughter. The parts you act as an impolite person are Oscar worthy. Love your character. Fantastic video. I wished this was a mandatory high school course.\n\nThanks for this great video
Alexey Gubanov
Greetings from Russian Federation! I like this channel: great videos and the speech is very easy for understanding for person who does not know English perfect. Thank you so much!
Andrew Baha
Table manners is for fine dining... normal people dine NORMALLY. Sometimes table manners don't make sense because its more of a showoffy attitude than an actual dining enjoying food. Imagine your appetite dissipates when people 24/7 scrutinizing your eating habits or method just because its not to their preference?? Between food and ettiquette, I prefer enjoying meals than concerns over peoples judgements on your eating behaviour. ITS A RICH SNOBBISH SOCIETY CHARACTER.😂😂😂😂✌ Humans... they make up everything out of nothing... basic manners is required but NOT EXCESSIVE. Spoils appetite.
Angel Zamora
This looks like a bunch of robots eating. When you eat, you have to feel comfortable not stiff and worry about what the other person thinks.
Antonio Cruz
This is most definitely the best video ever he is really funny and cool guy I like it when he shows both the good way and the bad way it’s difficult too teach someone how to behave and/or show someone manners at a table love it by far the best video ever
Asad Khan
I think you’re the most useless undefined person or alien 👾 on earth 🌍
Aseem Mehta
Probably one of the best things that ever happened to mankind is this channel. Thank you so much, Raphael!
Bobby Ortiz
love it
Dude seriously, you need for fiber in your diet.
Buttermilk Pancakes
Ive discovered this channel today and subed. This is the best information and your skills and knowledge is worth more than any school of fancy could teach. Kudos to you sir.
C.I. .A
This Video should be named\
Calvin Klein
You ate a lot of brussel sprouts to make this video 😅😅
Car Brand
I always eat my cheeseburgers with a spork
Charmween Jade Constantino
Very clear and helpful. Thanks
Chuck Norita
Oh, and subscribed. Love this channel!!!
Ciobanu Marius Constantin
epic outfit .. this channel feels like my grandpa teaching me how to be a man...this channel is priceless, for everything else there is MasterCard
Clint Weathers
That moment when you realize you've been eating for years like Homer Simpson.
Cory D.
could this also work at your local McDonald's or KFC establishments??
Dakota Johnson
Surprisingly, I knew most of these. The new steps are nice though, thanks gentleman's gazette! If I ever have kid's I'll definitely show them this.
Darling Gin
I just adore your videos. Thank you so much for taking the time to create these amazing videos.
David Brogan
Good job. Personally, I prefer the American method of using the knife and fork because it forces me to slow down and enjoy the conversation and the meal. Setting down the fork between bites is a fine reminder that I am not in a hurry.
David Roddis
This is about the first time I've actually felt I was watching a \
Denis Mamu Peter
Informative 😊
Doctor X
i never eat on that table where i being judge for eating 😐 reaLLy
thank you so much....
Ed Coronado
Thanks!!!! Very good. Regards from spain
Elle Wood
Your delivery is fantastic, as is your smile! Very entertaining :)
Endrit Isufaj
How do you eat a sandwich like a gentleman?
Faaiz Mohammed
One thing is that I prefer to eat with my fingers instead of using a spoon or fork used by some strangers.\n\nAnd I will lick my fingers if the food is that delicious. 😋
Ha eL
Very enlighting. Thank you so much.
HandledMage 6036
I absolutely can’t stand chewing noises, it’s like nail on a chalk board for me.
HappyJanae 10
You forgot to say do not slurp your food/drink. It sounds horrible and puts other people off their meal
James C
I think you went a bit overboard on the salt
Jan Christian
I eat with my bare hands but sometimes i fantasize about eating like a western man.\n\n\nJust kidding i still prefer the bare hands.
Jay H
I find this kind of stuff utterly boring. Honestly, this is not about respect. This is ten levels above respect (except for the phone, which I agree with). This is \
Jennifers World
Really fun to watch.
KV Santhosh
Outfit impeccable.
Karan Vito
Hello Mr. Schneider, you just uploaded a very nice video. I remember the first time i went out for a formal lunch with some important people. I have been raised in a middle class family and barely had the opportunity to go out and eat at upper class restaurants. I was a bit nervous so i chose the \
Komal Dang
One thing that my teacher thought me about table manners is that we should never rub the napkin or tissue paper near our mouth we should always dab it gently not rub , another thing , actually it's my question to you that from childhood parents tought us not to talk while eating then why in meeting do we do that ? 😂 Just asking
As a teenager, I always hated being forced to follow table manners. I assumed table manners were for the pretentious and arrogant. Table manners is just a kill joy. But as I have grown older, I realize it just comes down to respect. A real gentleman comes down to respecting others, no matter what may be the difference. This video has some great information on doing just that. Thanks for the tips.
Another thing: (at least in Italy, where I live) it’s considered truly impolite to whisper to your table neighbor. It simply shows you have some secrets that might be unpleasant to the other guests or that you are willing to exclude others from your conversation. So if you have to say something to someone it’s preferred to say it to everyone or to privately tell the interested ones later after the meal. I remember sitting at a formal lunch and some guests whispering to each other ignoring the host’s conversation or questions. These people made the host very angry. Not a surprise they didn’t get an invitation from that host anymore.
I went to dinner with a co-worker ( a NASCAR girl ) and a business contact .. we all work in software development. She shows up in a NASCAR t-shirt that was stained and too tight ,and she hacked at her food like a barbarian and chewed with her mouth open . It was the most embarrassing dinner I ever went to.
👍Excellent, you’re educating males who want to be grown men. 💞
M Leafs
I live in China. Manner is a word that can't be found in the dictionary here.
Mark Henry Ramsey
It's very encouraging to see so many people still adhering to tradition and good manners. My children have been brought up with good manners, including table manners and they are proud to use them. Conducted ones self properly does not mean you are stuffy or snobby, it means you're educated and polite.
Masi Guru
My biggest \
Mayank Dubey
Its an amazing video. Very good to learn from this video.
Ahh this reminds me of growing up, and then charm school. At one of my husband’s company dinners a friend looked over at me and said “Maggie, the way you eat looks like a dance! It’s wonderful!” Thanks, charm school!
Mohammad Ekram Faruque Fahim
Imagine a neat French gentleman, delicately eating fries and burger with forks, knives, spoons, sitting upright and in complete silence; as his American friends around him chomp massive chunks off of their burgers, tear off a generous amount from their chicken and shove a bunch of fries into their mouths, wearing frowns on their faces with each bite, teeth clenching, licking off the juicy bits left behind on their lips. A Bengali girl among the group dips her greasy fingers in the plate of rice to mix up the gravy and pulse soup, before tearing off a piece of meat, adding it into her rice and shoving the morsel into her mouth with her right hand, licking her fingers off at regular intervals.\n\nThe French dude, fazed and horrified by their brashness, takes some time to process all of this. Eventually he makes up his mind to leave, but not before he was approached by a friend to try it their way. \n\n...2 HOURS LATER\n\nFrench dude *burps* and high fives everyone with his greasy palm
That old style is one i adore a lot
I found this video very enjoyable to watch. Very informative. I did not know of the zig zag style of utensil use, I have always been a person that uses fork in left hand and knife in right, that was what I saw when eating with family. And the volume of your voice is so nice to listen to, and easy to focus on what is being said. You have my subscription!!
Nicole G
I am elated to see a video like this one being well received. I live in Montreal (Canada) and the cultural mix leaves us with many different habits, considered proper to each country. I appreciate the guidance of simply following the host's preferences. It makes sense, leaves everyone comfortable and removes the uncertainty, for all involved. I am grateful for videos that teach manners. My kids (teens) roll their eyes, as I used to, when I insist on good table manners. They'll thank me one day...I hope. :) Thanks for the excellent explanations and demonstrations. I will now subscribe to your channel.
Since barely anything was new for me, I think I should compliment my parents ^^
Okarin Rentaro
We eat by hands. But I am still watching..
Patrick S
The best story I heard on this was about Prince Albert, the consort to Queen Victoria. In the old days there would be a glass tumbler on the table to wash your fingers in. At a social gathering a working class man mistakenly drank it. Prince Albert immediately drank his, and so every other person at the table was obliged to drink theirs. Now that is true manners. It's not about ostracising people, it's about making them feel comfortable.
Pete M.
Excellent videos. Thought these manners were forgotten. Subscribed!
This video is something I was searching for very long.
Piya Minj
Nice video thanks......
Real Trini
You make a really great effort to bring quality and interesting content to your audience. Thank you! I really enjoy your videos. 🎉
Res Art
I eat with my right and cut with my left
Robert Valitsky
Excellent video I actually learned a lot from this entire video laid out so easily. 😀👍👌
Robert Walker
Tradition means being taught by word of mouth. Manners are being lost by lack of transmittal. Thank you for continuing the tradition.
Rosita Sprohge
I am wondering why he did not pull out the lady' s chair and seat her. Is that no longer done in our emancipated age?
I love your videos! So helpful.
Sandra Elizabeth Belfon
I enjoyed this video very much. It's very good stuff, and I like the clothes. Cheers.
This channel is great. I just found it and subscribed after 30 seconds of the first video. And the tutor also has a very pleasant voice and great facial expressions, it was a pleasure to watch. Thank you for making it.
Shafini Ashraq Karim
Absolutely great knowledge.
Shreela Tambe
Watching this while I eat roti and dried fish with bare hands 😋
Great video! (and looks like Mr. and Mrs. Gazette have created an adorable little Mr. or Miss Gazette!) :)
Stefan Infanger
if somebody dont drink alcohol, what are the correct maners for that?
Student of Universe
Everybody needs to listen to you , great video 👍
Susan Bashian
What about blowing on your food to cool it down?
Swati T
Wow...Very Informative, indeed!
Techie DLS
Great video Thank you. ✔️
TheIndianBlader AshtonPinto
I eat with my leg
Tommy Noble
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Whimsy Wendy
I like this video because they are actually eating.
I just applied these recommendations, at McDonalds. It worked, for the first 3 seconds.
How does one eat fried chicken or ribs elegantly?
a b
Being guest, it is ok to follow rules but for godsake at home, dnt be like robots who are programmed to follow such rules... Let me enjoy food eating ownway with freedom from such rules....
allan knight
Part of proper etiquette is to put your fork and knife down, between bites.
asim mohd
Such a pleasant way to behave on dinning table 👍🏻
azimet ahmet
im eating noodle at home.lonely.
This is good. Very very good culture!
Excellent video! I've learnt some new rules today thank you!👍🏻👍🏻
You said to toast with wine, champagne or boor but not water or soda. What if you don't drink alcohol so you only have water or soda? Should you toast with water or not toast?
gurvinder singh
Exciting very nice video
I enjoy this channel. I grew up in the hotel industry. Many of my father’s employees and supervisors were European. We dressed for dinner, we used etiquette, and behaved in manners differently than today. It was a good life! 😊
lucinda gaskill
the man should help the lady with her chair !
max boot
Marvellous video! My grandmother taught me a lot about table etiquette, but it is always good to update yourself. I was never aware of an american style for instance. \nI do have to comment that it does not seem very polite to call out your grandfather on mashing his food so it cools faster. I do not mean to offend you with this fact, here in Holland it is a no-go, and thought you would appreciate it.\nHave a nice evening :)
peter yeung
This would make the perfect mr. Bean scenario.
peter yuan
I know I'm gonna get some heat for saying this. Sometimes there will be awkward situations like someone is making fun of you or even insulting you at the table. Or asking you some personal questions. Or there will be people that will just straight up take more food than it's necessary and leaves you almost nothing. The worst part for me from my personal experience, is that people will make fun of you for being \
sandy phillips
I am glad that you've taken the time and effort to promote good manners, grooming and appearance. Keep up the good work
sravan teja
Ahhhh.\nVery informative.\nNice video...
You omitted one of the rules my father instilled in me - don't bite your fork! Nobody wants to hear the incessant scraping of metal against teeth at a polite table.
vamsi krishna
I followed these rules ones and finally forgot to eat and enjoy my food with heart!!!!😉
wolverine sharma
Like really!!......there are eating manners as well??