What exactly does “Couth” mean?

Posted by on Jul 12, 2011 in Couth Booth | 0 comments

classic photo boothClassic Photo Booth “Couth” Style

You’ve probably heard the word “uncouth” used to describe someone or something that lacks manners or class. Something that is “Couth” exhibits traits of sophistication and refinement.

In spite of our couth name, our classic photo booth experiences can be a bit schizophrenic: our photo booths are refined and elegant, but for some reason people tend to act very uncouthonce they sit in front of our camera wearing our playful props. However, once the photo booth curtain is shut, we encourage our guests to act as uncouth as they like (trust me, you’ll like the end result much better).

The word Couth means “Sophisticated or polished”

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