Elevator Etiquette I Caught You a Delicious Blog Elevator behavior is a common blog topic. Maybe it’s the close proximity, faux intimacy, and its randomness. It’s a rant, fellas, and it starts:
Lately I have been noticing an influx of ‘Elevator Gentlemen’ in my office building. In my books, an ‘Elevator Gentleman’ is a man who holds the elevator door for a woman, and ushers her in the elevator before entering himself. While inside the elevator, as the designated floor approaches, he softly steps back, and waits for her to exit the elevator before leaving himself. Now. Is this really necessary?
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