Rude Bitches Make Me Tired: Slightly Profane and Entirely Logical Answers to Modern Etiquette Dilemmas

Rude Bitches Make Me Tired: Slightly Profane and Entirely Logical Answers to Modern Etiquette Dilemmas - Celia Rivenbark "It's just that when you witness such acute douchery up close and personal, it shakes you to the core." ~ pg. 65

In true Celia Rivenbark fashion, this is not your regular etiquette book. The author makes it clear in the Foreword that this book does not cover traditional etiquette tips like using the right fork or saying please and thank you. Instead it covers office manners, how to deal with rude drivers and courtesy flushes. It is more like a keep-it-real-without-being-fucking-rude book. The questions in each chapter were gathered from informal interviews with friends, colleagues and strangers.

Celia Rivenbark's books are always so entertaining. The title alone caught my interest. Before diving into the chapters, I asked myself which bad behavior bugs me most. Then scanned the chapter titles and knew this was going to be a funny informative read. How could you not be interested in reading chapters with these titles:

Gym Etiquette: Or "Pardon Me, But Is This Your Ass Sweat?"
Baby Steps: Is She Pregnant or Is That a Booze-Inflated Liver? Hint: Don't Ask!
Road Sage: Accept the Things You Cannot Change, Like Idiot Drivers


Rude Bitches Make Me Tired is a quick funny read. You will be entertained. You will laugh out loud. You may even use some of the etiquette tips. Dare I say that you may be a rude bitch. **gasp** I learned etiquette as a young girl but the subjects in this book are helpful to me as an adult. Because of this book, I already know how I'm going to address the next check-splitting situation. It is recommended you read Rude Bitches Make Me Tired. It is full of teachable-ass moments. Don't be rude; learn etiquette for the real world.

Literary Marie of Precision Reviews