Ask Your Father: Fifty Things Your Father Should Have Taught You But Probably Didn't

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Robson, 2005 - Humor - 144 pages
If you’re a guy looking for the lowdown on some things that really matter in life—whether fixing a dripping tap or finessing a wine list—who better to ask than your dad? Chances are, he knows a thing or two, like how to smoke a cigar, win an arm wrestle, and ask for a raise. The trouble is, in your moment of need, he’s rarely at arm’s length, especially when you’re trying to jump-start a car or read a woman’s body language. When your dad’s not available, check out this collection of savvy advice. It’s like having your father in the palm of your hand (sort of) any time, anywhere.

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Michael Powell (1905-90) was one of Britain's foremost directors and a three-time Academy Award nominee for The Red Shoes, 49th Parallel, and One of Our Aircraft Is Missing.

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