How Not to Embarrass Your Kids: 250 Don'ts for Parents of Teens

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Grand Central Publishing, May 30, 2009 - Humor - 80 pages
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Two teenagers named Zack and Travis were recently faced with a serious problem. Was it drugs? Alcohol? Violence in the classroom?

Not that simple. It was their parents.

So these two enterprising teens wrote this book -- and created the single most useful (and most hysterically funny) handbook ever. It's so simple and fun to use, any misguided parent (even you) can learn something. You won't have to wade through a lot of do's and don'ts. Just don'ts!
-- DON'T wear tight pants!
-- DON'T ever come in our bedrooms!
-- DON'T ask any questions after a party!
-- DON'T talk to the movie screen -- the actors can't hear you!
-- DON'T laugh at your own jokes!
-- DON'T call us by your pet nicknames when our friends are around!
 

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Contents

Introduction
3
Private Personal Matters
4
When We Are With Our Friends
8
Fashion
12
Shopping
15
Watching
18
At the Movies
22
Driving
25
Eating in Restaurants
30
At the Beach
32
Family Recreational Activities
35
Ball Games Sporting Events
38
Extracurricular Sports Activities
40
Parents Day at School Other School Rules
43
Homework
46
Copyright

Family Vacations
27

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