Etiquette for Outlaws

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Harper Collins, Aug 24, 2010 - Humor - 320 pages

Curious to find out:

  • what to wear to a Fetish Ball?
  • the difference between "sticky green" and "backyard boogie?"
  • which piercing has the worst pain factor?
  • how to find the best bookie?

Find out the answers to these questions and many more as Etiquette for Outlaws teaches you how to live it up in style with tips on:

  • Tattoos
  • Graffiti
  • Motorcycles
  • Suicide
  • Gambling
  • Strip Clubs
  • Alternative Sex
  • Drinking
  • Swinging
  • Jailhouse Fighting
  • Gangs
  • Piercing
 

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Contents

Introduction
PART ITraditional Vices The Basics
Booze
Cigarettes
Cigars
Pipes
Gambling
Strip Clubs
Jokes
Cripping Farting Burping and Masturbating
Music Scene Etiquette
PART VThe Professionals
The Porn Star
The Rock Star
The GangBanger
The Graffiti Artist

PART IISex
Basic Sex
Porn
Alternative Sex
Swinging
PART IIIThe Accessories
Tattoos
Piercing
Wheels
Guns
Knives etc
Meat
Leather and fur
PART IVThe Lifestyle
Basic Street Etiquette
Fighting
The Dominatrix
PART VIThe Aftermath
Rehab
The Law and You
Going to Court
Jail
Homeless Etiquette
Suicide
PART VIITravel
Sinning Abroad
Shameless
Index
Acknowledgments
Copyright
About the Publisher
Copyright

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Hailing from the San Fernando Valley, this all-star catcher for Sunrise Little League was raised on hot dogs and apple pie, and always stands up for the national anthem at ball games. Rob attended UC Santa Barbara, where he majored in Religious Studies and would have gotten a Ph.D. in the field had he not found something else to do. He created and published Caffeine, an alternative arts magazine, and edited the Caffeine anthology, Scream When You Burn (Incommunicado). He's designed over 80 CD covers for bands you've never heard of, and has designed & written games for Mattel, including the "Men Are From Mars" game. Rob currently lives in Hollywood with his wife Christine, where he writes books and designs box art for Backyard Wrestling videos.

This former Cub Scout, Little Leaguer and Valley Boy is a devout fan of mac & cheese, and received an "A" in U.S. History in high school. After graduating from UC Berkeley, where he studied nothing in particular, David created and edited the hardcore hip-hop magazine, Rap Sheet, where he interviewed and was threatened by some of the nation's leading rappers. Currently residing in Venice, CA, he pays his bills by writing trite yet award-winning ad copy, and by contributing to various music and entertainment magazines, including Hollywood Reporter, LA New Times and a bunch of web sites that just went out of business. David also writes brilliantly witty books with Rob, and watches a lot of Backyard Wrestling videos.

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