Never Push When It Says Pull: Small Rules for Little Problems

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Atlantic, 2010 - Life skills - 279 pages
8 Reviews
Just imagine how much easier life would be if you knew what you were doing. Wouldn't it be great to have clear, precise instructions for all those things you normally mess up? Here, for the first time in a perfectly portable paperback, are the essential rules for handling life's unavoidable little problems - handy, practical tips such as: * what to do with your arm when you've failed to hail a taxi *how to share a romantic bath while avoiding the taps *how to give clear directions to a place you've never heard of *the politest place to look in a full-length mirror Never Push When It Says Pull will help eliminate minor social embarrassment, ease social intercourse and prevent night sweats.

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Review: Never Push When It Says Pull: Small Rules For Little Problems

User Review  - Richard Martin - Goodreads

A light-hearted look at things we do every day. Each entry is about two pages in length and is titled "How to...." A comedian with good timing could use these for a lifetime of routines. One slight problem was British English...lorrie (truck), bonnet (car hood), trolley (shopping cart), et Alia. Read full review

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User Review  - Robert Bloom - Goodreads

Witty, clever and insightful. Pretty much all you need to know about lots of things, told in a funny way. Read full review

About the author (2010)

Guy Browning writes the popular How to . . . column for the UKs "Guardian" magazine, and he has hosted his own radio show called "Small Talk" on the BBC. He describes his writing as the humor of being ambushed by the truth. He is a business consultant who specializes in creativity.

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