How To Be A Good Husband
We all know that most men need a helping hand when it comes to being the best husband they can be. That’s why this handy little pocket guide, ‘How To Be A Good Husband’, comes in so useful for those embarking upon the role of their lives!
Written for the husbands of the 1930’s, this little gem contains plenty of snippets of advice to make married life a breeze for even the most difficult of men.
Not only do you get fantastic (and still relevant) advice – “Don’t tell your wife terminal exactitudes which are, in plain English, lies” and “Don’t think your wife has placed waste-paper baskets in the rooms as ornaments” – you also get illustrated line drawings to help you understand what you need to do (or not do)!
Grab your pipe, don your slippers and get reading!
- This little guide was written for the middle classes of the 1930's who were reading one of the first modern self-help books
- Illustrated with contemporary line-drawings
- Contains advice delightfully arcane and timelessly true
"Don't squeeze the tube of toothpaste from the top instead of from the bottom. This is one of the small things of life that always irritates a careful wife""Don't tell your wife terminological inexactitudes, which are, in plain English, lies. A woman has wonderful intuition for spotting even minor departures from the truth"
Dimensions: 9.5 x 12 x 1.2cm
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