Good news! Deadiquette-the premiere book on funeral etiquette-has arrived. You may be thinking: "Do I really need instructions on funeral etiquette? Isn't it as simple as pretending to be sad and washing my hands after touching the corpse?" The short answer is yes (and yes). The long answer is Deadiquette. This book contains all of the answers to all of the questions all of us have concerning funeral behavior. For example, did you know: * it is OK to place flowers (and peanut butter) on the grave, even if the deceased was allergic to bees (and peanut butter) * "dead as a doornail" is a phrase that should only be used by professional carpenters (like Jesus) * it is considered rude to resurrect a body after the funeral bill has been settled Join David Scott, author of millions of best-selling etiquette books, as he politely (he is an etiquette expert, after all) shares his hard-earned funeral knowledge. He'll teach you what to say, what to wear, how to get out of going to boring funerals, and how to crash the sexy ones. You'll learn about terrible funeral food, diet techniques (for the living), wakes, religious traditions, options for the afterlife, and new digital methods of expressing sorrow. Read this book to learn more deadiquette. Do it now, or at least before your next funeral. Thanks. And terribly sorry for your loss.
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David Scott is the author of millions of bestselling etiquette books. Sadly, David died shortly before finishing his Magnum Opus--Connetiquette: a Practical Guide for Behavior in Rural New England.
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