I found a list of street etiquette printed in a news paper from the 18the century.
They where so prim & proper back in those days.
No yelling "Yo Bro" across the street.
"Ladies walking on the street are not expected to recognize gentlemen or friends on the other side of the road; to do so would necessitate habits of observation inconsistent with lady like respose."
I wonder what they would have thought about people walking down the street talking on their cell phones.
"Gentlemen will not swing their arms, nor sway their bodies in an ungainly manner when walking; ladies are never guilty of any such ungraceful action, and need no counsel in that respect."
No strutting or staggering allowed.
I thought these where quite funny. What allot has changed in the last 100 plus years.