“Alice Williams updates the manners manual for the problematic naughties” – Sunday Age
“Ruthlessly practical, but written with an appropriate grace” – West Australian
“Very good: A book that does not look new and has been read but is in excellent condition” – Ebay seller
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A manners guide with a difference. Would it kill you to say please? is a book for people who have more interest in figuring out how to deal with a patronising boss than in penning scented thank-you notes. It’s for those who find themselves in the grips of a raging addiction, yet still have to negotiate public spaces.
It’s for people who wake up one day realising they’d like to rejoin the ranks of the living after a period of dressing gown-clad absence. Finally, Would it kill you to say please? is for all the lovely people who would like to remain courteous and respectful while negotiating with a fetishist, oral-sex non-reciprocator, fascist employer or just … their inner selves.
Get it here: Amazon