Men’s hat etiquette guide part 2

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Men’s hat etiquette guide part 2

Wear your hat in public and take it off in closed space, number 6:

Office buildings where the lobbies and hallways are are public spaces but specific offices are private spaces. In addition, cubicle areas are collectively treated as private, basically functioning as one large office. This is not limited to the specific space inside each individual cubicle.

Wear your hat in public and take it off in closed space, number 7:

If a doctor’s office has a separate reception area, that is considered a public space but the waiting room is considered a private space because you are already waiting for the doctor’s services and in a manner of speaking, already in the office.

Wear your hat in public and take it off in closed space, number 8:

Also in the medical field, a hospital building is treated as an all private space. This goes back to the days when most hospitals were still run by churches.

Wear your hat in public and take it off in closed space, number 9:

A theater is a private space since you have to pay for a ticket to get in, however, since you have to buy the tickets in the lobby most of the time, the lobby is considered a public space.

Wear your hat in public and take it off in closed space, number 10:

Despite usually requiring a ticket for entry, an outdoor stadium is still often considered a public space because it is outdoors and fairly large. An indoor stadium, on the other hand, is a private space.

Wear your hat in public and take it off in closed space, number 11:

A restaurant is a public space, in general, but once you have been seated at your table, it becomes a private space since, in theory, you are paying to be there. Curiously enough, however, the bar is almost always considered a public space at all times.

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