Join the Rooster for week three of July.
The Rooster Summer Reading Challenge Amelia and Rosecrans discuss the first half of Marlena.
You’re asked to buy an expensive, ugly bridesmaid’s dress, but aren’t invited to the shower. You bought the wedding presents years ago; they’re just in your closet.
A wedding invitation arrives without an RSVP card, and a bride wonders what to call a female “best man.”
If your guests are walking all over you, it may be that you look suspiciously like a doormat.
Why you can’t ask your wedding guests to pay for your mortgage, or their own drinks.
Why is that woman next to you gasping? Oh, dear. You seem to be stepping on her toes. You didn’t even notice, did you?
Advice on relationships: how to call, coo, cuddle, and compete, all by adhering to a decent code of conduct.
You may think that etiquette doesn’t matter, that grapefruit spoons are for sissies and no one should hold the door anymore. Think again, jerk.