We all know that we shouldn't talk with our mouth full or rest our elbows on the table. But have you ever ordered a cappuccino after lunch? Or sipped on a glass of red wine while eating fish? Check out these dining etiquette rules we've probably all broken.
Ordering a cappuccino after noon
You might think nothing of ordering this frothy, milky, cocoa-dusted coffee after lunch, but for some people, it just shouldn't be done. Particularly in Italy, it's thought that drinking such a milky drink after lunch will slow down your digestion system.
"You simply shouldn't have that amount of milk in your stomach after lunch in the same way you really shouldn't drink orange juice in the evening," Dylan Jones, editor of GQ magazine wrote in The Independent in 2010.
Cappuccinos are generally thought of as a breakfast drink. But let's face it: if you fancy one at two in the afternoon, no one's really going to stop you.
Eating from the wrong side of a spoon
"A spoon is held in the right hand,