You Always Introduce The Younger Person To The Older Person, Using The Wording

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You always introduce the younger person to the older person, using the
wording: "Miss Brown, I'd like to introduce you to an older person"
(unless her name is not "Miss Brown"). If you do not know a person's
age, ask for a driver's license and a major credit card. If you are
introduced to a member of a minority group, use the "high-five" style
handshake, followed by a remark designed to show you don't mind a bit,
such as "I see you are a (name of a minority group)! Good!"
-- Dave Barry, "The Stuff of Etiquette"