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What to Talk About: On a Plane, at a Cocktail Party, in a Tiny Elevator with Your Boss's Boss Hardcover – April 15, 2014
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"The content is very tongue-in-cheek and laced with humor. This isn't a full- on self-help book, but a fun way of rethinking our daily conversations. It will definitely give you some ideas on how to change up your small talk and would be fun to read aloud at a party."
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Chris Colin is an author and journalist whose work has appeared in the New York Times, Wired, and McSweeney's Quarterly. He lives in San Francisco.
Rob Baedeker is a writer, performer, and co-founder of the Kasper Hauser comedy group. He lives in Oakland, California.
Tony Millionaire is best known for the Sock Monkey series of comics and the syndicated comic strip Maakies. He lives in Pasadena, California.
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"Hints for getting along with your family: Remember these people are not real and you are not related to them."
We kept quoting the book the entire visit with my folks, easing the pain of family time. This book is hilarious. Everyone from your nerdy 12 year old nephew to your grandparents will get a laugh.
Some people might say, "That's the point, in a social situation just say ANYTHING. Say the first thing on your mind". Personally I feel like that doesn't help people with social anxiety. In those situations your mind is blank and you're looking for canned things to go with to get things moving.
So I'm left feeling very torn on this book. Some areas were useful and many others left me disappointed.
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Good for kids just starting out in the real world