What kind of tip do you usually leave when dining out?
Do you believe that one should always bring a host/hostess gift to a dinner party?
It depends on the type of dinner party
On a first date, how often do you spend the night?
If it feels right
Who would be your child's godparent?
My best friend
Do you truly value your alone time?
No I prefer to be with others
It depends on the day
Which type of food would you never eat with a knife and a fork?
When is the appropriate time to open a gift?
In front of the person who gave it to you
At home by yourself
It depends on the occasion
Your manners are strictly American! Like most Americans, you have moments in which you are completely polite, and moments in which you can be a bit rude. You base your manners upon a given situation.
Your manners are English! Like most English citizens, you believe that etiquette and manners are still quite important. While there are moments that call for rudeness, day to day life requires one to be on their best behavior.
Your manners are Brazilian! Lets face it, Brazilians aren't known for their manners. They're more into having fun and living life. While Brazilians can be a bit lackluster when it comes to manners, they are truly vibrant when it comes to living life to the fullest.
Your manners are very Italian! You have good manners when the moment calls for it, but often they can fall by the wayside. You judge each situation separately, knowing when to be on your best behavior and when you can let loose and just be yourself.
Your manners are French! You're full of charm and etiquette, but sometimes you can come across as a tad terse. Really, that's just your shyness taking hold. In the long run, you know that being polite matters, just like the French.