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Liv Tyler Helping Her Grandmother Write An Etiquette Book

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Mind your manners

We never knew Liv Tyler was so prim and proper!

The actress is helping her grandmother, Dorothea Johnson, write a book an etiquette book called Modern Manners.

Dorothea is the founder of the Protocol School of Washington and the first expert that realized the need for professionally trained etiquette and protocol instructors.


The book is being described as a "lively and approachable guide" to show that good manners help us communicate more effectively in today's digital world and should be available in 2012.

Would U read an etiquette book written by Liv Tyler? More importantly, would U even read an etiquette book period?

[Image via WENN.]

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5 comments to “Liv Tyler Helping Her Grandmother Write An Etiquette Book”

  1. 1

    no surprise there are no comments….. MANNERS ? HA !!!!
    most people these days are selfish, rude and inconsiderate
    we're still in the ME Age, w/ no respect for our elderly, disabled or sick let alone our fellow man.

  2. 2

    Etiquette and protocol? What we really need is someone who understands the binary language of moisture vaporators.

  3. 3

    Maybe people should! People have no manners these days, it's sicking.

  4. 4

    Was this image stretched?

  5. 5

    I think a lot of people, including Perez, should read an etiquette book. So many people have no manners and do not have a clue about how to behave in situations where it is important to make a good impression ie. interviews, meeting new people, carrying a good conversation, I could go on and on. How about table manners. I won't get started on that.