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Photo: Prostock-studio (Shutterstock) We all—well most of us—live by certain unspoken rules of etiquette that make life a bit more civilized and thoughtful. We offer to bring food or drink when invited to a party, we hold doors open for strangers trailing close behind us, we say “nice to meet you” after being introduced to someone new. These standard, widely-accepted mores of polite behavior help us co-exist, and give us a script during moments of social awkwardness. And then there are those people who seem to be operating from a different playbook. People who didn’t get the memo, who still, somehow, are immune to the epic rudeness of loudly talking on their cell phones in a confined public space, who still sneeze as full-grown adults without covering their mouths, who’ve never encountered an RSVP they didn’t blow off, and who willfully ignore the existence of their turn signal. The people who will invite you over to eat then…make you pay for the food? That’s what happened to actor and podcast host Amber Nelson , who tweeted: “Got invited to someone’s place for dinner and they charged me for it….this is weird, right?” Twitter agreed yes, it was weird. Replies ranged from “Can’t stop thinking about this. Please send me their phone number” and “Charge them for the conversation you brought” to “Was it takeout?” and “If you invite me to your house, offer me food and then demand I pay you for it, I’m keying your car on the […]