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Table manners are even older than tables. About 9,000 years ago, people cooked soups in pots. They were often paired with a lady at dinner, sharing food and drinking glasses. Knights learned not to lick their fingers, but to wipe them on the tablecloth. They were also told not to smack their lips, snort, or put their faces in their food. In the 1300s, the Renaissance arrived. And new table customs evolved. People ate from plates, and everyone had his own cup. Fingers were to be wiped on napkins, not tablecloths. Bones were not to be thrown on the floor, but left on the plate.
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When you eat with your elbows on the table, your upper spine is bent forward, your ribs are pushed inwards and - most importantly - your stomach is squeezed between the two. It's incredibly bad for your digestion. I wish my parents had understood that. Empiricists, who claim that all knowledge comes through our senses, would say they don't know if the light is off since you can't perceive it when the door is closed. Going further along these lines, the empiricist philosopher George Berkeley would say that the light, whether on or off, would cease to exist because to be is to be perceived. Mind you, for him, the food and beer in the fridge would cease to exist as well. So either you can know or can't know if the light is off, depending on the presuppositions you approach your fridge with. Robert Anderson, Berowra.
The Modern Manners Compromise for Elbows On the Table. While sitting at a table, if you want to lean in, your elbows are going to need to be on the table. So we’ve made an optional compromise. Anytime there is no food in front of you, you may put your elbows on the table.
As table design became better over the ages, there was less and less reason for not resting your elbows on them. 0 0. Even today, if you go out to dinner with more than a couple of people, having your elbows on the table could cause a fork mishap, knock over glasses, pull the tablecloth (which would also knock over things), and get in the way of the server placing dishes on the table. Source: culinarylore. The diners sat along one side only; if they put their elbows on the table and leant too heavily, the table could collapse.
Table manners are very different in different countries. For example, in Britain, you mustn't lift your soup plate to your mouth. In Japan, however, lifting your plate to your mouth is a traditional way of drinking your soup. And in Japan you needn't worry about making a noise when you drink it. It shows that you are enjoying the food. That's not true in Britain. In Britain people don't put their hands or elbows on the table at all during a meal. In Mexico however guests keep their hands on the table throughout a meal.
The earliest mention of elbow use and table manners is in the Wisdom of Sirach, a book found in the Catholic Old Testament written around 200 BCE. Before the truth and covenant of God, be ashamed of leaning elbows on the t. .Before the truth and covenant of God, be ashamed of leaning elbows on the table, Ecclesiasticus, Sirach 41:20. And in another translation