It’s that time of year again when everyone begins their ‘new year, new me’ mantra in hopes of becoming the best version of themselves.
We’re here to tell you that you’re already the best you, and don’t let the popular New Year’s resolutions tell you otherwise.
Don’t worry about the amount of chocolate that you’ve eaten, don’t worry about the emails stacking up at the office, and don’t worry about the one too many cocktails you had on Boxing Day. There’s no need to feel down or worry about the inevitable.
Whilst others are making commitments to be a better person, Guy Egmont will reassure you that you and your manners are already impeccable. Instead of January being a time for change and renewal, Manly Manners for the Impeccable Gent is here to celebrate your timeless etiquette that requires no alterations.
Manly Manners is a satirical guide for the sophisticated gentleman, designed to debunk any myths about social etiquette. From dinner parties and business meetings to the English accent and facial hair, Guy Egmont’s advice will ensure that you continue to be the gentleman you already are.
Soon your friends will start complaining that they’ve been saying yes to more invitations than they can cope with. Just remember that you’re in the all clear because all those ‘white lies on the telephone’ were ‘as convincing as possible’, leaving more time for you to do the things you enjoy.
If you feel a little rusty and simply want to freshen up your manners for the New Year, some pieces of advice within this humorous guide include:
- If you earn a reputation as a good mimic or an amusing gossip, you won’t go very far.
- Never be sarcastic to anyone, whether in public or in private. It can be very wounding and will never be forgotten, particularly by newspapermen.
- There is nothing that a rich man likes more than to be asked for advice.
- Never punish your host’s brandy or whiskey unduly.
So, forget about those resolutions. A sophisticated gentleman like yourself doesn’t need to make promises in order to shine this January.
Instead, be unforgivingly you.
What better way is there to combat those January blues?
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