The people learn so many lessons as they get older. Everything that the people can really think is about the rules they have learned along the way. Every individual has the rules he/she lives by, whether is that clear for him/her.
The world would be perfect if everyone lived by some simple rules.
Here’s the list of top rules in life that we suggest to be followed. By following these rules, life would be a whole lot easier.
As a way of saying thank you, when you borrow someone’s car, return it with a full tank of gas, or at least fill it up more than what you got it.
In case someone shows you a picture on their phone, don’t swipe right or left.
The breaking up with shouldn’t be over email, text message or using a social networking site.
Leave whenever is that possible at least one buffer urinal between you and the person next to you.
When other people are asleep, be quiet, which should be shown not only not talking, but not slamming drawers, doors, etc.
Whenever ask your friends for help you in your housework, the best way of awarding him is to feed them as payment.
As no one needs to hear you crunching, chew with your mouth closed.
The worst thing is to allow your arguments to escalate in public. In case you can’t control your language or volume then the best way is to go somewhere else where you can continue where other people won’t feel uncomfortable.
The last piece of something that the person bought, always should be left for him/her, unless he/she really insist they won’t eat it.
If you miss a call, as soon as possible send a message if you’re unable to call them.
When you borrow money from a friend, your priority should be to pay them back as soon as possible. In this case, the amount isn’t important. You should never make them ask you for it.
Make the bed before you leave, if you stay the night at someone’s house, regardless if they plan to wash the blankets or not.
Offer to help with the dishes when someone else cooks for you.
Wave to someone that gives you space, or the right of way on the road, as a sign of thank.
Postpone making plans with friends, or talking about plans with them, if someone is present there who wasn’t invited.
Don’t stop at the entrance of a subway station or the middle of a busy sidewalk.