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The Ichiban Law here at The Appliantology Forums: Be thou not a weenie.

We all know what that is so we don't need a bunch of convoluted CYA lawyer-speak to explain it. Do like your mother taught you (or SHOULD have taught you) for nursery school: don't hit other people.

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Additionally, these rules of etiquette apply:

Turn away when spitting lest your saliva fall on someone. If anything purulent falls on the ground, it should be trodden upon, lest it nauseate someone.

To lick greasy fingers or to wipe them on your coat is impolite. It is better to use a tablecloth or the serviette.

Some people put their hands in the dishes the moment they sat down. Wolves do that.

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If you cannot swallow a piece of food, turn around and discreetly throw it somewhere.

Do not move back and forth in your chair. Whoever does that gives the impression of constantly breaking wind or trying to break wind.

Retain the wind by compressing the belly.

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