Giving Compliments, Reading Menus with Flashlights, Entering Without Knocking, and More

- Were You Raised By Wolves?, 02/12/2019 -


  • AMUSE-BOUCHE: How to eat soup
  • A QUESTION OF ETIQUETTE: Giving and receiving compliments
  • QUESTIONS FROM THE WILDERNESS: How to do business with people who have bad manners? Is it OK to enter without knocking at your boyfriend's house? Is it OK to use your phone's flashlight at a restaurant if you can't see the menu?
  • VENT OR REPENT: Using your phone in a spin class, squeezing limes
  • CORDIALS OF KINDNESS: At the gym, at the coffee shop



Hosts: Nick Leighton & Leah Bonnema
Producer & Editor: Nick Leighton
Theme Music: Rob Paravonian

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