Almost half of young people believe never talking with your mouth full is 'an outdated rule'.
That's according to a new study, which found traditional dinner etiquette could be dying out among Millennials and Gen-Zs.
They were hard and fast rules in the 1950s, but now it seems that traditional table manners are a thing of the past.
A new survey has found three-quarters of 18 to 40-year-olds think slouching, and having to ask for permission to leave are a thing of the past.
But Brenda Hyland Beirne, Etiquette Expert, doesn't think they are, saying she thinks the findings are "very sad because it also is showing less respect for others.
"But really and truly eating together really goes back to the beginning."
The survey of 1,500 people also found that 45% think family dinners at the table together are a thing of the past.