[EPUB] × The Modern Gentleman: A Guide to Essential Manners, Savvy and Vice | By ô Phineas Mollod Jason Tesauro #2020


  • Title: The Modern Gentleman: A Guide to Essential Manners, Savvy and Vice
  • Author: Phineas Mollod Jason Tesauro
  • ISBN: 9781580084307
  • Page: 343
  • Format: Paperback

  • The Modern Gentleman: A Guide to Essential Manners, Savvy and Vice By Phineas Mollod Jason Tesauro THE MODERN GENTLEMAN is a visually stimulating, rib tickling, thought provoking sourcebook of manners and mischief for the 21st century male The book offers a panoramic snapshot of the gentleman witty and poignant, traditional but spontaneous, flirtatious yet courting Discussions range from the classic Motoring, Oenophilia and serious Secrets Lies, The Good HusTHE MODERN GENTLEMAN is a visually stimulating, rib tickling, thought provoking sourcebook of manners and mischief for the 21st century male The book offers a panoramic snapshot of the gentleman witty and poignant, traditional but spontaneous, flirtatious yet courting Discussions range from the classic Motoring, Oenophilia and serious Secrets Lies, The Good Husband , to the racy Kink Fetish, To the Power of 3 and silly Bumper Stickers, Fonzarelli Moves Legerdemain And since it is inevitable that a gentleman will dabble in the friskier areas of excess, trouble, and chance, the book s naughty nucleus, The Potent Gentleman, explores leisure and dalliance, from alcohol and snuff to recreational botanicals and sex.All men aspire to be perpetually dapper, fluent in three languages, and hit 300 yard drives off the blue tees, not to mention quote poetry by the stanza and win a back alley scrap However, there is a dashing plateau desirable than Hollywood perfection, a level of gallantry that makes one stand out, even in the elevator So knot up your ascot, pour a glass of sherry, and crack open the MODERN GENTLEMAN your Man Cycle is peaking.
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    Commentaires:

    Piotr
    Thank you baby boomers, for completely fucking up any progress you made towards social liberation in the 60s Now you re all divorced and addicted to benzodiazepenes, your kids hate you and you need a Prius plus a loft on 20th and Florida to ease the cognitive dissonance generated by the fact you sold out and will die very, very soon Scary innit Nah, but I got love All I m saying is us post generation X ers have to start all over again to define a rebellious generation We grew up on ritalin, supe [...]

    AspryJones
    Tuxedoed guests deserve cocktails in stems and highballs A martini in a plastic cup is not a drink Steer a raucus bunch away from the crystal and don t place a sippy cup in an enchanting lady s manicured hand That s one of two things wrong with this book The first, as shown above, is that too often do the authors write to see their own words Contrary to what they believe, it s not good writing when you use three full sentences just to say use the good stuff at a fancy event For that matter, use [...]

    Rick
    A bit tongue in cheek, this little primer is a good collection of tidbit information for those who wish to round out their conversational skills It does not inform on any given subject exhaustively, nor does it claim to Part I The Gregarious Gentleman is okay in its attempt to humorously engage relationship topics like Group Dynamics, The Active Table and various stages of an intimate relationship.The better strength coming in Part II The Inner Gentleman Here we find enough details and informati [...]

    Seanie
    ah, men are pigs not just in that chauvenistic way, but relating to the fact that there are quite a few schlubs out there yeah, you know who you are this book is for youing only semi schlubby, i thought the book touched on some points that i had, in fact, considered, but never really resolved in matters relating to etiquette refinement but it goes beyond that what booze goes best in a flask, seating order at dinner parties, the proper orchestration of dating multiple women.g that it s a guide, [...]

    R.
    Phineas Mollod and Jason Tesauro masterly craft a pocket guidebook for those needing swift kick in the ascot 329 pages concerning proper gentlemanly protocol on a variety of topics entertaining, meeting the parents and flaskmanship just to name a few While not a definitive code of conduct, Mollod and Tesauro cover enough bases to make any Bush League Hooligan into a presentable Major League Player While extremely enjoyable, The Modern Gentleman is than just a light read Due to quick wit and voc [...]

    Dana
    Oh Mr Tesauro and Mr Mollod, even though I don t know you , your wit with words is without comparison Each sentence, each phrase, each syllable all so dense with meaning and insight I can t take it.I was hoping to fly through this book, but I keep finding myself pausing to take a moment of pleasure and reflection on such lines as When necessary, keep it quiet, fun and light on the libido chicken fights are efficient without the hydrodynamic drag of an uninvited erection advice on proper skinny [...]

    Jason Yang
    This is the book of advice your dad gave you if your dad was James Bond Highly entertaining, Phineas and Tesauro offer portraits of gentlemanly charm Chivalry is indeed not dead and the advice given here is thematically classic As with all advice, it is important to use discretion and not apply these tips blindly Still, this guide here will indeed make for a savvy lifestyle and some colorful stories.

    Tim
    An essential reference to being a gentleman We all need some help here Covers all topics imaginable, literally 100 s of useful tidbits concerning modern etiquette Example concerning flaskmanship When is it appropriate to carry a flask Guideline Whenever you re wearing a sport jacket, otherwise you are under dressed.

    Kyle Klymchuk
    Maybe a little overly biased on certain apparel opinions but this book is exactly what it claims to be An essential guide to manners, savvy and vice For that, I ll give it 5 stars with the included consideration that Mollod and Tesauro wield 2 very powerful lexicons A good read for the up and coming man in his 20s.

    Kara
    Cute book all you need to know about how to be a proper gentleman It s sort of like one of those Survivors Handbooks , but with a bit wit and a lot sophistication I m a girl and I still liked reading through it If anything, it gave me a good idea of what I should come to expect out of a man.

    José
    A tongue in cheek primer on how to be a gentleman in the 21st century The authors intently posit every conceivable SAT styled word into the text in order to seem overtly wordy, with mixed results The sections on the Inner Gentleman and social dynamics are worth the read, along with solid musical recommendations.

    Kenneth
    Overall I thought it was a good book with some interesting and insightful points and thoughts Not all of it was applicable and not everything I absolutely agreed with, but I think it was interesting to be shown a different perspective to a altered lifestyle I will attempt to employ some of the techniques and will definitely follow up on many of the book, music and drink recommendations.

    Amir Ab Rahman
    Bought it under the impression that it s a funny guide of how to be a gentleman Most of the advices are common sense in nature The book itself is not that funny, save for a few chapters towards the end.

    Gothicbunny Groves
    Loved all the witty statements in the book which made me laugh quite a few times The chapters titled Gentlemanly Knowledge and Venerable Vices Alcohol, Tobacco, Fireworks interested me the most.

    Patrick Higgins
    These are good bases for modern manners and the reasoning of why they are important I find myself understanding conventional roles men are supposed to play in society Interesting I agree with most, but not all aspects of their descriptions of the modern gentleman.

    Weeb
    Highlights include whether Fred from Scooby Doo is wearing a cravat or an ascot a cravat , a random drink recipe footnoted for every occasion, and acceptable types of gatecrashing Amusingly written.

    Duke DeLaet
    Hilarious It s like a couple of English scholars had nothing better to do than to come up with the most complicated puns they could think of and jam them all into a book Super entertaining, and I learned quite a bit about cocktails.

    Michael Murphy
    I m sorry, but the flowery language in this book was as ridiculous as what I assume are the authors pseudonyms This book contained tidbits of useful advice on a broad range of everyday topics, but it was annoying having to cut through the incessantly goofy monologues.

    Michael
    Although it s a reference, it reads like anyother book It s pretty funny I used it like I do GQ I may not follow it all, but you gotta know the rules before you break them These days, a semi gentleman is the best your gonna get.

    Rachel Popham
    Exactly what the title says, only with extra awesomeness, savor, and panache Everything from seating arrangements to gift and lit guides to threesome etiquette And did I mention Awesome A must have for any aspiring 20 or 30 something.

    Jamie
    The voice of the author drove me away, I m sorry to say It reads like an ancient ettiqite book and is just as dragging to get through Tried to read it three times and kept putting it away to try again later.

    Chris Royster
    If chivalry and sophistication are a rarity amongst the modern cat,this book is the remedy I read this book about 4 years ago.I gave my copy to a younger guy that would always ask me for advice on style and women and how to be original.Then I had to buy another copy asap My bible

    Legacy Dad
    This is a great little tongue in cheek guide for the modern man or young man to learn a few basic life principles and a whole lot of culture Superbly written with great use of the English language I d recommend this to all Bachelors, guys in college and 20 something s.

    Miss Lily
    Less kitschy than its sequel, making it that much readable without gagging Some clever turns of phrase Some wit, but not as witty as they think they are Many drink recipes, still with no measurements proportions.

    Sylvia
    i d like to see what they tell all you guys

    Peter McQueeny
    Fun That s really all you can say This is a fun little lifestyle guide Not to be taken too seriously, but still full of wise advice on becoming a cultured inhabitant of the modern age.

    Marinus Uys
    trully brilliant funny read, tackling what most parentals omitted I real hoot to re visit.

    Joe
    So far I think the author is gay, mention of how to where your ascot, but a good mix of humor and helpful hints on conduct and the like.

    Douglas
    Going through this slowly Some basic tips about how to be a gentleman Nothing too terribly surprising.

    Lowell
    This may be a modern world but real men roll old school.

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