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The Incontrovertible Code Of (Formerly) Unwritten Rules: From Airline Armrest Etiquette To Flushing Twice, 251 Universal Laws Of Common Civility That We Wish Everything Knew

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"Never hog both armrests when you fly.
Doorways, staircases, and elevator entrances are inappropriate spots to stop and chitchat.
Always remember that one's own poop does, in fact, stink.
When you borrow someone's car, fill it up with gas before you give it back."These are the unwritten rules of life. Observe them, and one rises above the great unwashed. Observe them not, and
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Paperback, 234 pages
Published August 18th 2011 by Adams Media Corporation
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Lenore Webb
once your out there you still need to follow the Unwritten Rules. You know them. Quentin Parker put it all down in 'The Universal Code of (Formerly) Unwritten Rules'. I love seeing the 251 rules of common civility that we should all be following. My favorite for us ladies is #125: A lady should always remember that gentlemen cannot read minds. Of course we need to tell them what is wrong and what we are thinking and feeling. They can not guess and always hit the nail on the head. In our house ru ...more
J. Lenni Dorner
A humorous book on etiquette for modern times. A large section rants about poor driving habits. Reads a bit like a week of observations of common irritations.
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