Six women recounts Emma Gad’s colorful history of good manners and the significance she has had for her surroundings over time. In her bestseller “How to Have Good Manners” (Takt og Tone) (1918) Emma Gad gave many advices on how to get on with each other. In the 60s and 70s, it became a rule that there should be no rules. Today, there is a counter-movement on the way when it comes to mobile phones, for example. Manuals for social life are badly needed, and it’s remarkable how many of Emma’s golden rules of living which still have both entertainment value and relevance. With humor and well-known songs, the story of Emma Gad and our relationship to her golden rules of living is sung and told.