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"Etiquette Hell is arguably more
helpful to brides than Martha Stewart or Emily Post could ever hope to be; after
all, Emily doesn't go into what happens when you invite your co-workers only to
your shower because you "can't afford" to invite them to your wedding
reception! Arranged in neatly divided categories like "Gimme, Gimme, Gimme,"
and "Weddings as Fundraisers," this "special cyber place created
for the truly etiquette challenged, the purposely greedy, the ungrateful and the
uncivil members of society," is one of the top wedding-related sites among
the greater online wedding community." Briefme.com
Weddings. Funerals. The workplace. Gross breaches of
etiquette happen anywhere. And while you can't always get out of those
oh-so-tacky situations, you can tell the world about it at this online
inferno for the socially ill equipted Etiquette Hell.
USATODAY April 15, 2002 Web Guide Hot Sites
Think your run-in with drunken groomsmen or
cheapskate brides take the (wedding) cake for tackiness? Tell the world
your wedding stingers at Etiquette Hell (www.etiquettehell.com), home to
tales of nuptial nuttiness in categories such Guests from Hell, Tacky
Toasts, and Bridezillas. One under Faux Pas of the Year a bride who did a
bump-and-grind striptease down to her garter.
People Magazine, Online section , July 3, 2000
Still biting your nails? We suggest you relax by
visiting etiquettehell.com. This non-commercial Web site run by Jeanne
Hamilton has a collection of wedding horror stories, with categories from
"bridezillas" to "guests from hell", that is sure to
make you feel better about your own coming nuptials.
Wall Street Journal, Watching the Web by Katherine
Lange, May 31, 2001
We consulted Jeanne Hamilton, creator of
EtiquetteHell.com, a web site that navigates the world of good and bad
manners. She helped guide us through the many rings of the check splitting
Chicago Tribune, "Food and Whine The Great
Divide" by Monica Eng, April 30, 2004
Etiquette Hell is a fun web site chock full of
amazing etiquette mistakes, tacky wedding stories and funny bridal faux
pas. We were mesmerized by this site, which is sort of the cyber
equivalent of stopping at the scene of a car accident on the highway. Our
favorite story the exotic dancer bride who stripped at her own wedding.
Other topics include Bridezilla and Groomonsters, Bridal Showers,
Bridesmaids from Hell, even Tacky Wedding Vendors.
CyberBride - The Complete Online Guide to Planning Your
Wedding, by Denise and Alan Fields (the authors of the very successful
Bridal Bargains book), page 135
Rudeness has become prevalent enough in America to
justify a website, www.etiquettehell.com, where hundreds of examples of
bad behavior are categorized under weddings, baby showers, funerals, etc.
Boston Globe, "The grace period has ended", by
Jack Thomas, Globe Staff, 11/10/2003
Then again, if it weren't for these people, we
wouldn't have the Web site www.etiquettehell.com, where people can vent in
cyberspace without risking road rage or a knock on the noggin.
ARIZONA DAILY STAR , "Where did all the manners
go?", By Rhonda Bodfield Bloom April 29, 2004
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