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14 Rude Things You Didn't Realize You Were Doing At Holiday Parties

Ignoring the Invitation
<p>If there's an RSVP date, respond on time. And if you're invited without a guest, respect that, says Elena Brouwer, director of the <a href="http://etiquettecentre.com/about/" data-tracking-id="recirc-text-link" target="_blank">International Etiquette Centre</a>. That also applies if you have kids–don't assume it's okay to<strong data-redactor-tag="strong" data-verified="redactor"> </strong>bring them to an adults-only affair.</p>
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Showing Up With the Sniffles
<p>"When you start exchanging hugs and kisses or touching food trays, you're putting your friends and family at risk of getting sick during the holidays as well," says Gottsman. If you're visibly sick, it might be best to graciously bow out.</p>

"When you start exchanging hugs and kisses or touching food trays, you're putting your friends and family at risk of getting sick during the holidays as well," says Gottsman. If you're visibly sick, it might be best to graciously bow out.

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Arriving Early
<p> It's hard to estimate traffic and travel times, but do your best to arrive at the start of the party or soon after, not before, says Brett Galley, director of special events at <a href="http://hollywoodpop.com/">Hollywood Pop</a>, a party planning company. Walking in super early can cause your host to feel rushed. </p>

It's hard to estimate traffic and travel times, but do your best to arrive at the start of the party or soon after, not before, says Brett Galley, director of special events at Hollywood Pop, a party planning company. Walking in super early can cause your host to feel rushed.

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Bringing Something That Requires Prep
<p>You should never show up empty-handed, but avoid bringing something that will create more work for your host, says Galley. Choose a dish or dessert that's ready to serve, or go with a hostess gift. </p>

You should never show up empty-handed, but avoid bringing something that will create more work for your host, says Galley. Choose a dish or dessert that's ready to serve, or go with a hostess gift.

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Roaming Through the House
<p>It's impolite to start wandering the premises on your own. "If you need a restroom, inquire before traipsing through their home on a mission," says Sharon Schweitzer, international etiquette expert and founder of <a href="http://www.protocolww.com/" data-tracking-id="recirc-text-link" target="_blank">Protocol &amp; Etiquette Worldwide</a>. And if the host doesn't indicate that the entire home is open, then consider upstairs or downstairs off limits. </p>

It's impolite to start wandering the premises on your own. "If you need a restroom, inquire before traipsing through their home on a mission," says Sharon Schweitzer, international etiquette expert and founder of Protocol & Etiquette Worldwide. And if the host doesn't indicate that the entire home is open, then consider upstairs or downstairs off limits.

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Hogging the Host
<p>Even if the host is your BFF, resist the urge to cling, says Gottsman. "Don't monopolize the host's time. If there are a large amount of guests, allow him or her to engage with everyone."<span data-redactor-tag="span"></span></p>

Even if the host is your BFF, resist the urge to cling, says Gottsman. "Don't monopolize the host's time. If there are a large amount of guests, allow him or her to engage with everyone."

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Double-Dipping, and Other Rude Food Habits
<p>Be mindful about table manners, especially for formal affairs. Don't nibble off someone else's plate or graze on the buffet line, says Gottsman. "Be cognizant of the type of party you're attending," she says.<span data-redactor-tag="span"></span></p>

Be mindful about table manners, especially for formal affairs. Don't nibble off someone else's plate or graze on the buffet line, says Gottsman. "Be cognizant of the type of party you're attending," she says.

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Packing a Doggie Bag
<p><span class="uficommentbody" data-verified="redactor" data-redactor-tag="span" data-redactor-class="uficommentbody">If your host encourages you to take leftovers home at the end of the evening, by all means, pack up a small sampling. What's not okay? Showing up with your own containers, or taking back what's left of the wine you brought–it happens more often than you'd think! </span></p>

If your host encourages you to take leftovers home at the end of the evening, by all means, pack up a small sampling. What's not okay? Showing up with your own containers, or taking back what's left of the wine you brought–it happens more often than you'd think!

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Staring at Your Phone All Night
<p>Holiday parties are for mingling and speaking with those you know and new people, says Brouwer. "Texting or answering your cell phone in front of others is rude." <span data-redactor-tag="span"></span></p>

Holiday parties are for mingling and speaking with those you know and new people, says Brouwer. "Texting or answering your cell phone in front of others is rude."

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Being a Critic
<p><span class="uficommentbody" data-redactor-tag="span" data-redactor-class="uficommentbody" data-verified="redactor">Making negative comments about the food, décor, music selection, or other guests is hardly in keeping with the holiday spirit. If you don't have something nice to say, well, you know the rest…</span><span data-redactor-tag="span"></span></p>

Making negative comments about the food, décor, music selection, or other guests is hardly in keeping with the holiday spirit. If you don't have something nice to say, well, you know the rest…

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Sitting On Your Butt the Whole Night
<p>If you see your host is getting overwhelmed or isn't spending enough time with guests, offer to lend a helping hand, says Gottsman, especially if it's a more intimate gathering.</p>

If you see your host is getting overwhelmed or isn't spending enough time with guests, offer to lend a helping hand, says Gottsman, especially if it's a more intimate gathering.

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Using Poor Social Media Judgment
<p>Be conscious about the photos and comments you post on social media about the gathering, warns Brouwer. You don't want to inadvertently offend the host, or post a photo that is unflattering to another guest.<span data-redactor-tag="span"></span></p>

Be conscious about the photos and comments you post on social media about the gathering, warns Brouwer. You don't want to inadvertently offend the host, or post a photo that is unflattering to another guest.

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Stirring Up Political or Controversial Talk
<p>Especially in our current climate, conversations can quickly escalate and get heated, making for an awkward situation for all. Try to keep holiday party conversations lighthearted and positive.</p>

Especially in our current climate, conversations can quickly escalate and get heated, making for an awkward situation for all. Try to keep holiday party conversations lighthearted and positive.






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