This question might be a bit weird, but here's what inspired it.
In an internet forum I frequent, someone posted a wall of text (that is, a long post without any line breaks or paragraphs). I pointed out that posting a wall of text is impolite. He replied, "well, if walls of text are impolite, then the whole Torah is impolite."
This lead me to think - So G-d and the Torah are impolite, what of it? We can think of many instances where G-d's actions or words can be considered impolite. When you rule the entire universe you have the luxury of not being polite.
On the other hand we were made in His image, so if we consider politeness to be a virtue, we should expect G-d to exhibit it as well.
So now I'm curious - should G-d be polite, is he, and do these questions even make sense?
Addendum, particularly with response to @DanF:
I should clarify that the point of the other person in the forum wasn't to show that the Torah is impolite. Quite the opposite - he was trying to say that the Torah is obviously polite, and the Torah is a wall of text (DanF points out this isn't actually the case), so walls of text cannot be impolite.
It was I who used this opportunity to idly wonder whether G-d and the Torah should actually be expected to be polite.
The story about that forum clearly was not directly relevant to the question, but it was my attempt (unsuccessful, apparently) to establish the background for the question and clarify what it is that I mean.
Ultimately it was an open-ended question about an issue I found interesting, which I hoped could expand a bit my understanding about such matters. I recognize that SE isn't the best fit for such questions, but I couldn't think of a better place to ask.