The Thanksgiving and holiday season is fast approaching. Odds are you will be invited to party with a friend or family. And of course, there’s that office or neighborhood party you might snag an invite to. There’s all sets of proper etiquette most of us should follow, such as always bring a gift or food choice, taking off your shoes before entering anyone’s home or skipping the party scene altogether should we have the flu. Whatever the case may be, there are a certain set of concrete rules all of us should follow regardless of the holiday atmosphere.
For more information on what to do or not to do at your next holiday gathering, according to the host or hostess, click here.
Here’s the full list of the 10 worst breaches of party etiquette a guest can make. Good to know, just in case you’ve been inadvertently committing any of these offenses.
1. Showing up ill (36 percent)
2. Asking for a food or drink that isn’t out (33 percent)
3. Being the last one to leave (33 percent)
4. Getting too drunk (33 percent)
5. Showing up early (32 percent)
6. Being on your phone all night (30 percent)
7. Launching into politics (29 percent)
8. Not RSVPing to invitation (28 percent)
9. Spilling a drink or food (27 percent)
10. Not bringing food (to a potluck) (26 percent)