LennyeTran wrote:In Europe, Moscow and Bucharest ranked as the least polite.
Tora wrote:yeah, quite depressing! I agree. well the first admiration of new yorkers (I was told about it) was that they smile to foreigners and strangers, held the doors and help physically injured people to climb the ladder and so on - that really costs you nothing but why do people grumble and frown as they blame everyone in their own troubles... upsetting!
Tora wrote:Though I must say from now on the new population of moscow is more likely to become more polite as they work in european and american companies and they are shown the real example during their working day and we travel abroad and watch the behaviour, so consequently one day our mentality will improve. but the old generations are not that polite and all the problems and misconceptions and arguments i've witnessed in the metropolitan for example are caused by the oldies.
Tora wrote: Yep, weird! Is it more likely to be an exception than a rule? It is just that guy who's so ill-mannered!
Tora wrote:so, there is almost impossible to work out the only right way to teach people politeness.
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