Lessons in etiquette: Is it OK to leave an unsigned note?
Is this note passive-aggressive, or fair game?
Ross and John brought in an etiquette expert to question whether it’s ever OK to write a note and leave it unsigned. ?
Have you ever left/received a passive-aggressive note? A producer found this on her front door yesterday pic.twitter.com/znxJBe7zgG
? 3AW Breakfast (@RossAndJohn) March 28, 2017
Etiquette expert from Good.Manners.com.au, Anna Musson, said it was important to get on with your neighbours and there was a better way to handle it.
‘This is just un-Australian!’
She said there are only two times when it’s OK to leave a note, for bad parking and a note to say you are having a party.
‘The rules for writing a note, number one you have to sign it and say who it’s from and you have to be nice,’ she said.
‘Leaving a passive aggressive note is only going to inflame people.’
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Click PLAY to hear from the victim of the unsigned note on 3AW Breakfast: