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“Mr. Manners” Thomas Farley shares the best ways to handle life’s little annoyances by challenging Kathie Lee Gifford and Hoda Kotb to a game of Rude or Right On. If a friend is always late, should you cut that person out of your life entirely? Farley weighs in on this and other scenarios.