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It has be!m observed that people of worth do not eat or drinkny Larr in
public. If they have to do so, they must know where they eat and with whom
they eat. They get really angry and upset if the rules arc not kept fbr them. In
the end, they may abandon tbc food or drink altopdm. Bdutviour patterns
surrounding the she of food or eating it is known in anthtopdsgicel
literature as qmmeadty. - the implicatim of ha* to share or not &hg food. The rule vary according to cultures.