A frank and funny guide to being a kind man in today’s world of mass insensitivity counsels readers on the unwritten rules of being a “good guy,” from treating women with respect to having a professional work ethic. Illustrations.
This is the tough love that boys need to hear today: a candid and whipsmart guide to being a good guy in a world full of assh*les.
In this frank, funny, and necessary guidebook, Kara Kinney Cartwright, a mom who has raised two teenage boys, compiles all the unwritten rules of being a good guy. As it turns out, everyone needs to learn one major lesson to safely avoid assh*le territory: other people are also humans. (Whoa, right?) Just Don&;t Be an Assh*le contains everything young men need to know to have positive interactions, make the best decisions, and recognize when they&;re being jerks. Things like,
Just don&;t be an assh*le:
&; To your family(parents are not your employees) &; To your friends (they&;ll laugh at you, not with you) &; At work (no one wants to hear your podcast idea) &; To women (&;Are you up?&; doesn&;t qualify as romance) &; Online (if you wouldn&;t do it in real life, don&;t do it) &; In the world (people unlike you are also people) &; To yourself (it&;s okay not to have all the answers)