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Call Me Mister
 
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Barry James
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Call Me Mister

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Published May 28th 1977 by Milady Publishing Co. (first published May 1977)
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Peter
Apr 20, 2008 Peter rated it it was amazing
Did you ever have questions about
Removing an Unmasticable Object?
Derby or Bowler?
The Gloveless Man ?
The Problem of Coats: Removing a woman's at a restaurant?
How to Ask for a Date?
Proper Places to Meet Women?
Mustache Grooming?

Well, thank God and Barry James for Call Me Mister.
In the mid-1960's when good breeding, manners and serious hat and ascot wearing were taking their last gasp, this book came out.
It may not have saved any of those things from the ravages of hippies, the business-casual,
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Bobby
Apr 21, 2008 Bobby rated it it was amazing
Written in the final years of bifurcating sexes and social decorum, "Call Me Mister" is an in-depth look at becoming a man- shortly before it was forgotten how.

It's practical lessons on the importance of self-betterment, personal dignity, being well-read and articulate, and the respect and treatment due to women have sadly dated much more than any clothing style.

Being in it's target audience (16-25), I can say that "Call Me Mister" contains lessons scarcely found today and serves as a testiment
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Jul 10, 2012 Giles added it
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