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An etiquette course in Turkey has attracted criticism and ridicule on social media for its advice for women not to lick ice cream. The "how to be a lady" course, organised by Istanbul's low-income conservative Bagcilar municipality, shares tips on etiquette, including how to dress, walk and speak, according to Turkey's Milliyet daily. Among the suggestions are: sit properly on public transport, talk as little as possible when chewing food, don't put on excessive makeup in the morning, don't use slang words and refrain from using "bro". While many of the tips could be seen as pretty standard for a good manners guide, it was the ice cream-eating advice that raised eyebrows on social media. The guide didn't specify why licking ice cream was deemed unladylike or what the polite alternative of enjoying the frozen treat was.
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At factories like the Radium Luminous Materials Corporation on Third Street in Newark, young women like year-old Katherine Schaub passed their days with tiny paintbrushes in their mouths. Beside each girl sat a small dish of radium powder, which she mixed with a few drops of water and adhesive. The combination made a luminescent green paste called Undark, which they used to painstakingly paint the numbers on the faces of watches. The girls were called dial painters, and they were told to hold the brushes in the mouths for increased precision. Radioactivity is now known to be practically synonymous with death.