Etiquette expert brands habitually late people ‘arrogant’
An etiquette expert has warned Melburnians to sharpen up our punctuality.
Anna Musson, founder of the Good Manners Company, told Tom Elliott our collective standards are declining in this area.
‘If you’re habitually late, it really is a sign of arrogance,’ Ms Musson said.
She said being late is like saying ‘my time is more valuable than yours’.
Tom thinks it’s because it has become too easy for people to run late and then just send a text message.
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