There’s a fine line between the good guest and, well, the not-as-good guest. The good guest is consistently invited to dinner parties, birthday celebrations, and weekends in the country. The key to becoming a good guest is quite simple…A good guest:
“Arrives slightly late. And leaves on time.
A good guest brings energy and charm and a small present.
A dinner guest engages the person of his right and left.
A party guest mingles and meets everyone.
A house guest is self-sufficient, not needing constant entertainment.
All good guests write thank you notes.
Very good guests also call the next day.”
– Tiffany & Co.