When it looks like vegetables – don’t taste!
For children up to 12 years
Post children anti-etiquette guide “On the table”
- Eating happens on the spurs of the moment. Staying too long at the table is uncool.
- Should a waiter cross your path, trip him up or bump into him.
- Chairs are there to wobble, benches for running with outdoor shoes on.
- The correct use of cutlery is the free hand that doesn’t hold a toy.
- Why use glasses when there are drinking bottles? (If glasses, then for every sip a new one.)
- Dessert first! Washing hands, by the way, is completely overrated!
- Dining rule: If it’s green ugh, when it looks like vegetables – don’t taste. Complete food denial!
- If somebody else has more good food on the plate, then one must scream loud.
- With serviettes fantastic flyers can be made for tossing around.
- Only share if something doesn’t taste well. Order of chewing and swallowing is absolutely unimportant!
 with preservatives,  with antioxidants,  with milk protein