I was raised by my parents to always say 'please' and 'thank you', because it's deemed polite and will make people have a better impression of you in the long run. I was also raised to ask how someone was doing if they asked me (Hi, how are you? I'm fine, how are you?). But lately I've been seeing kids being given stuff or being complimented and sometimes they will just walk away or nod or something instead of saying thank you. Or some kids will say "Can I have that/Can I do this...etc instead of 'may I'. And some kids also just say "I'm fine/I'm good." when someone says, "Hi, how are you?" to them. So basically my question is; What do you think of the above statement and do you think parents should teach their kids manners? Honestly in my opinion I think parents should always teach their children how to say please and thank you and just teach them good manners overall.