Pat Gunn (dachte) wrote,
Pat Gunn
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Rules for a Social

A philosophy-oriented group I'll be checking out next week has a particularly neat list of behaviours that might get one removed from the group:

  • General rudeness and anti-social behavior
  • Excessive drunkeness
  • Overly-aggressive approaches towards the opposite sex, to the point of discomfort
  • Rudeness to the volunteer hosts who donate their free time to help run events
  • Two no-shows
  • Habitual violation of dress codes
  • Cheapness at potluck events
  • Attempting to crash parties without RSVPing
  • Ignoring age restrictions for certain age-specific events
  • Pattern of not tipping at venues
  • Lackluster participation in event ice-breakers, rules, themes, etc.
  • PUAs (pick-up artists)
  • Contacting multiple members online (via e-mail or greetings) whom you have never met. This group is not an online 'friendship' or dating site. Since we require photos of all members, we take this rule *very* seriously.
  • Harassing or impolite e-mails or greetings
  • Over-promotion of one's business or social group. We will allow a brief mention of what you do in your profile. Member names cannot be of businesses nor contain URLs.
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