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24 Unwritten Rules That Deserve to Be Real Laws

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"If someone does something that makes them happy, let them be happy" - agree with this one. Nowadays everyone tries to promote their own opinion and ideas, as if they are the only ones who knows what is correct and right. NOPE! Don't interfere, people, and mind your own business. ?
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If you name your dog "SHARK", don't bring them along in a public beach...
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I'm that person that leave the shopping cart in the middle of a grocery store. I'm so sorry! Sometimes I just see something nice that I would like to see closer, but I can't get in there because of the people. So, I just leave my cart.
Didn't know people found it that annoying.. ?
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Oh yes it is, but I've gotten to that point where I just push the cart away, no matter how far away from that place it stood, so I can get through the aisle. I don't care if you have to search for it, it's the only way you'll learn it.
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Always, always, always eat with your mouth closed.
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Be kind to people that are working. Food staff, medical staff, etc. Don’t take your bad day out on someone else.
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Why only to people that are working, aren't other people worth it to be kind to??
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I guess she meant people from the service sector, because customers and clients can be really rude from time to time.

But I agree, you need to respect everyone :)
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Oh yes, I can agree to 100%. I have worked in both sectors in my life, about 25 years in a doctors office and over 20 years in my own restaurant. I know how rude customers or patients are (can be). People who have never worked in these sectors have no idea what goes on there sometimes. If I sometimes tell stories that really happend, people look at me and have a hard time believing them. Actually I don't know if I would believe it all, if I hadn't experienced it myself. ... The only thing I know for sure, if I had the chance to start all over again, I would NEVER, NEVER, NEVER, NEVER, NEVER, EVER open a restaurant again, no matter if it is given to me as a present and how much money I would earn. There is nothing worse than to deal with drunk people and have to stay friendly.
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This makes me really sad, actually. Like, why would people be so rude to the waiters and other people from service sector? Just because they pay money, doesn't mean they allowed to behave like jerks..
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But that's exactly what they think. I could tell you stories, you wouldn't believe me. The biggest jerks are mostly people with much money, they treat you as if you are their personal "slaves". First of all they have to show you "who they are and what they have", eat their meal almost to the end and then complain about the bad quality of the food and don't want to pay for it, want 1000 extras, of course without paying for it and so on. The tip they leave (if at all) is so embarrassing, that sometimes you would love to just say "no thank you, keep it". Those are mostly people that have nothing to say at home or elsewhere and think they must kick people "below" them. But you have to keep smiling....
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Hmmm... I think they're not really loaded but pretending to be rich or one-day-millionaires so that they could order you around and feel royalty but don't have to pay for anything. Because I personally know a few really wealthy people and they're great tippers. Friends who used to work or working in the service industry could attest to their generosity.
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Wow, I loved all of these! I especially loved “Don’t ask a women who isn’t wearing makeup if she is sick or tired!” What a Great list!
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The last one.... ?
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Great idea. Gov of my country should
consider this great list. especially wearing earphone ...
Just don't get the last one though.?
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Take care on parking and place your car on ONE pitch and do not occupy 2 pitches. That's so ruthless.
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If you open it, close it.

If you take it out, put it back in the same place.

If you turn it on, turn it off.

If you make a mess, clean it up.

If you use it up, replace it.
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I don't agree with the one about the doctor. What's your doctor going to do if you lie? Also, if you don't even like your doctor, why be truthful, especially if they're rude or mean? Doctors should always be nice and respectful to their patients, no matter what.
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its about your health issues... not about their service... like suppose if someone had some sort of medical complication that your doctor must know or about your allergies and all...if we lie about these then we are risking our lives...and of course we should give them feedback about their behaviour and all
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If there are 20 vacant seats in the waiting area, do not sit right next to me.
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