Things a Man Should Never Do Past 30
Turning 30 is a huge milestone - here are the rules about the old habits you should leave behind. A wickedly humorous look at this manly rite of passage There are certain times in a guy's life when everything changes - and turning 30 is a huge milestone. No more excuses: you are, or should be, a full-fledged adult. To make things a little smoother on this momentous occasion, Esquire lets you know exactly what a man should no longer be doing. Just in case you can't figure it out for yourself. Here are just a few of the never-to-be-forgotten, wildly funny rules about the old habits you simply have to leave behind: - See any movie with elves, mutants, wookies, or other non-human characters on opening night - Figure out which dirty words are spelled by phone number - High five in a business situation - Travel to attend a Phish concert - Have any furniture that involves cinder blocks - Google ex-girlfriends
- Paperback | 160 pages
- 127 x 175.3 x 12.7mm | 136.08g
- 06 Apr 2006
- Sterling Publishing Co Inc
- New York, United States
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