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Our basic manners dead in America -- -- flat out dead with kids costly online many are never learning how to shake somebody's hand at a single well.
We've called in an etiquette expert for the New York Post.
manners so kids -- -- -- Thomas -- here if you heading to school -- the bus to hold on.
If your parents are saying get in the -- you gotta be -- say wait a second I have to work -- what's wrong with this generation.
The only way they knew how to communicate is texting.
It's it's not about the face to face communication that you an island where we were kids it's.
All about digital.
And because of that we don't know how to shake hands make contact contact -- -- a common question that shows we're paying attention or care.
Some of the most basic things that you might take for granted are just not happening -- the millennial generation they've never grown up without computers without feet -- And this is the way -- the in Iraq you split the screen now with the next generation you have -- forcing children really to go up and and talk to adults.
I know it's it's not say hello -- -- this boat yet.
And -- fist pumping agree when you which appears.
But then when your meeting an adult and certainly when -- the work will workforce you've got to you know how to interact so Tom I'm coming for it is for your friend that Mitchell once before I see you -- up 48 and six right outside.
You say -- which -- do it yet.
Obviously Brian great to see you -- -- look you in the guy -- have a nice firm handshake.
You notice I didn't put my hand on top Europe which implies superiority -- -- that we definitely don't -- -- -- whereas a little yes that -- your wrist doesn't wanna squeeze too hard because someone to do the dead fish and try and you make eye contact I content is so important arrested person's name and you don't remember.
Great to see you again.
-- -- your face but not -- -- the other thing to do other kids will chest bump.
Not good unless you score golf number two adults do the -- -- this does that drive you crazy I.
You know I think it's great when there amongst themselves you know like with like when in -- Right now here is what to do it not to do when it comes to FaceBook okay for example -- -- people's well let's look.
Looks like Kenny has posted some messages on -- -- I can't believe you posted those photos of me by the way it was just a regular rest.
Through your mind -- you've just broken FaceBook relationship -- that rule number three.
Beat his frequent posting messages on another person's wall he needs him.
Fundamentals on FaceBook etiquette -- right that we don't put that you wanna hear about somebody's -- sure arrest someone gave them that's right that's right you know this is for a lot of people as their primary means of communication but the problem is.
20% of people are saying they are not communicate with somebody virtually because of what's happened between them online -- -- -- so people hold grudges about things that happen in real -- can they be saved.
Can this generation BC I think.
It can be saved we do workshops which which help people and certainly there's a yearning forward I think there's definitely a backlash at this point.
We've come so far one direction people are ready for return to the old movement people -- can get ahold of you -- Mr.
manners on Twitter and the site is what management as we do workshops across the country is great news is that teenagers are so called triple and is so open tender enough but I -- they'll learn there's hope I think you very much Jose came straight there may I cut and I -- -- good job -- coming up.
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