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Learn to infiltrate the world's best parties and events! It's no challenge to go to parties you are invited to. The true challenge is to go to the really great parties that you are not wanted at, without having to waste time social climbing and befriending the "right people" so you can get properly invited. Benefits of Crashing:
Find success through partying. Meet your mate or lover, find important business contacts, make lifelong friends.
Learn why socializing with nobodies will get you nowhere. How to avoid the poor, the unimportant and the unattractive. Understand the importance of "partying up".
If at first you don't succeed, go in from the beach. Or around the back, up the fire escape, through an open window or any unguarded side entrance.
Learn the secrets of the party crashing industry. Expert crashers are an elite group equivalent to the U.S. Army's Delta Force.
Learn special crashing techniques. Read names of the invited over the doorman's shoulder or listen for a name and use it with another person who is checking people in to the party or events.
Learn the super secret advanced techniques of the industry elite.
What to do if you get caught. Learn the art of plausible deniability. This indispensable book will save you thousands of dollars each year in food, alcohol and entertainment costs as well as thousands more in unnecessary purchases of tickets to Charity, Balls, Benefits and Special Events.
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Morgan Peabody, III has been attending the world’s best parties for generations.
He lives in Manhattan, Southampton, New York and Palm Beach. Mr. Peabody does not work for a living, but he dresses very well.Excerpt. © Reprinted by permission. All rights reserved.:
Socializing With Nobodies Will Get You Nowhere
You only get what you want out in life by interacting with other people. Sitting at home with the television on will get you nowhere. You need to be out among people. Not just any people, the right people, the people who can help you get what you want. And what better place to meet the right people than a good party?
Some people like to "party down". We recommend "partying up". Partying up means socializing with your betters, namely people who fit one or more of the following six catagories of "Good Persons".
1) They are much better looking than you.
2) They have much more money than you do.
3) They are much more powerful than you are.
4) They are much more famous than you are.
5) They have something you want (for example, sex or a job).
6) They have some power over you (like they will break your knee caps if you don't talk to them).
Avoid socializing with anyone who doesn't meet one or more of these criteria.
The technical term for a person who does not meet any of these criteria is a "nobody". Socializing with nobodies will get you nowhere.
To avoid nobodies, you should only go to good parties. Good parties are defined as parties where a majority of the guests fit one or more of the categories of Good Persons.
An alternative definition of a good party is one that is at least 10% celebrities and 20% models.
You will occasionally run into a nobody at a good party. Do not talk to him or her (except to get information about other good parties). If good people see you talking to a nobody, they will assume you are a nobody too. And if they think you are a nobody, they won't talk to you either. Beautiful women are never nobodies.
If the truth were known, you probably aren't getting invited to many good parties. This is not a problem.
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Book Description S.P.I. Books, 2002. Condition: New. James Angus (illustrator). book. Seller Inventory # M1561719269
Book Description S.P.I. Books, 2002. Paperback. Condition: New. Seller Inventory # DADAX1561719269
Book Description S.P.I. Books, 2002. Paperback. Condition: New. Never used!. Seller Inventory # P111561719269