Pleasant vs. Courteous

By Jaxson

  • Pleasant

    To get a blow job while in a parking lot. I got a pleasant at work today.

  • Courteous

    Etiquette ( or , French: [e.ti.kɛt]) is a code of behavior that delineates expectations for social behavior according to contemporary conventional norms within a society, social class, or group.

    The French word étiquette, literally signifying a tag or label, was used in a modern sense in English around 1750. Etiquette has changed and evolved over the years.

  • Pleasant (adjective)

    Giving pleasure; pleasing in manner.

    “We had a pleasant walk around the town.”

    “It wasn’t so hot outside, but pleasant enough to have lunch in the garden.”

  • Pleasant (adjective)

    Facetious, joking.

  • Pleasant (noun)

    A wit; a humorist; a buffoon.

  • Courteous (adjective)

    Showing regard or thought for others; especially, displaying good manners or etiquette.

    “a courteous gentleman”

    “a courteous gesture”


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