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A fair play guide to buying rounds of drinks | Life and style | The Guardian

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One of David Cameron‘s key advisers argues that to curb binge drinking we should stop buying rounds and start setting up tabs. Frankly he should mind his own business: pub etiquette is already fraught enough. And what is this – the nanny state? In solidarity with libertarians everywhere, these are my top tips for negotiating the social minefield of rounds.

via A fair play guide to buying rounds of drinks | Life and style | The Guardian.

Strange Random Etiquette Quote:

Whoever one is, and wherever one is, one is always in the wrong if one is rude. – Maurice Baring

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