This post will be asking you some questions and getting your Etiquette Verdict!!!!!
1) A coworker in the cubicle next to you is constantly making personal calls. Is there a nice way to ask her to use the conference room or step outside?
I think I'd try wearing ear buds so I could listen to music or maybe even run a small oscillating fan (if these things were allowed by my employer). Anything to block out some of the sound. I have a low tolerance for "chatter" while trying to concentrate. I used to work with a girl who had allergies and she sniffed her nose loudly at least 100 times a day - I don't mean to sound unkind, but I just wanted to say, "blow your nose!"
2) If someone is trying online dating, and they use Google Guys before meeting them. When they go out with someone, should they bring up things that they learned about him emoticon or should they play dumb?
I'd definitely play dumb, but also ask questions as my teammate said. It'd be a great way to see how honest we was.
3) You don't have a guest room in your house, do you offer an overnight guests your own bed, or is it OK for them to sleep on the couch?
It depends. If it's someone older than me or even my own age, I'd give them my bedroom. If it's a teenager, I'd give them the couch. That way, they'd be in the room with the TV and teens don't seem to mind where they sleep. LOL!
By the way, I don't have the least clue as to what the correct thing to do would be - these are just what I would do (heaven knows I'm no etiquette expert!
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