While growing up, our parents taught us innumerable manners and rules to become better individuals in our lives. From never being rude to anyone to always being independent, there were golden life-lessons. Sadly, as we grew up, we forgot most of them!

As adults, while we're busy climbing the ladder of success and making a mark, we've forgotten how no one is going to come and remind us of those etiquettes. Isn't a major part of adulting knowing how to behave like a mature, sensible adult?

When was the last time we actually listened to someone instead of staring at our phone? Or, didn't interrupt someone just to make a point?

Unfortunately, as a society, we've all forgotten basic etiquette while chasing success. And here's a crash course for those who need a reminder:

1. Do not brag about how much money you make.

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2. Never interrupt a conversation just to make your point.

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3. Do not force your guests to eat more just because you spent a lot of time cooking it.

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4. Do not keep looking at your phone while someone is talking to you.

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5. Instead of mocking someone for their impaired verbs, try and correct them politely.

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6. When someone shows you something on their phone, see and give it back instead of scanning the entire phone.

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7. Always pay your share of the tab.

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8. Staring at someone because you find them attractive is just creepy. If you want, go up and say a 'hello' instead!

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9. Have the habit of saying 'thank you' and 'sorry' whenever required.

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10. Do not point out someone's acne or grey hair.

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11. Do not talk on speaker whenever you're in public.

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12. Always remember to treat people nicely. Even those who aren't earning the same as you.

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13. Perfumes and deodorants are best applied just as much as needed. You don't have to bathe in them!

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14. Never refuse a breath mint when offered one.

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15. If someone isn't in the mood to talk, don't constantly nag them with a 'what's wrong?'.

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16. Don't justify a compliment and say a simple 'thank you!' instead.

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Not too tough to remember, right?