Judith Martin, popularly known by her pseudonym Miss Manners, is an American author, journalist and etiquette authority, famous for scripting the ‘Miss Manners’ series of novels. These etiquette tips and advices were published in form of newspaper columns, short-stories and essays. Her tips were vastly popular due to itheir simplicity which provided behavioral guidelines in layman’s language. Some of the noted collections of her work include ‘Miss Manners' Guide to Excruciatingly Correct Behavior’, ‘Miss Manners on Weddings’ and ‘Miss Manners: A Citizen's Guide to Civility’. Apart from the ‘Miss Manners’ series, her other important works include ‘Style and Substance’, ‘No Vulgar Hotel: The Desire and Pursuit of Venice’ and ‘Gilbert’. In 2005, Martins received the ‘National Humanities Medal’ from President George W. Bush. Martin is also an active contributor for ‘wowOwow’, which is a famous website for women where they can chit chat, gossip and talk about politics and culture. Here are some of most popular quotes from this living legend who gave us the “Heavy etiquette theory”, highlighting her thoughts on issues pertaining to responsibility, formality, rules, politeness and grace. Take a look at the most notable quotations and sayings by Judith Martin.