By Xeni Jardin at 9:51 am Tue, Sep 25, 2012
From the wonderful blog "Vintage Scans," a page from Lifemanship lesson from Stephen Potter, 1957 (11th impression). Potter was a British writer known for dry, mocking, self-help books, and the TV and film projects they inspired.
Ah, Xeni, you have directed me to a wonderful thing! I shall join the Worker-Dandyist International forthwith!
School for Scoundrels is a great film.
These are important recommendations during a time before the mute button was invented.
Terry-Thomas is missed.
Wait, back of the head is okay but hand isn’t?
I guess it’s all about the covering the shape of the mouth hole on the phone, and not looking casual to those who can actually see you.
“and now for something completely different…”
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