The second book goes on your coffee table as a welcome distraction for introverts wanting to avoid political soundbite volleys and the annual post-meal belching competition. But for the sake of your sweet nana, you might want to conceal the cover of this copy. Any 8x10 sheet of paper will fit, though it'll be a bit awkward. Like Nana's encounter with pages 64-65, “You're Doing Email Wrong.”
The book has a pronouns issue. Some tips are first-person, but the person doesn't say whether they're Tripp or Tyler. If you follow these two on YouTube, you know they're pretty much the same guy, different heights, so don't worry about it. You're a grammar nerd on a toilet. What are you gonna do?
SPOILER: Neil from accounting. It's always Neil from accounting. Poor Neil.
Friends will begin to see you as a guru after you read this book. You'll know what to do with things like those pesky phone books, and shirts shot out of a canon.
Ignore the chapter on Twitter rules. The tone is too serious and the rules way too specific to be anything other than a passive aggressive list for @AccountingNeil.
Now you know what to take to the office gift swap. White Elephant, Secret Santa, random dude who got you something and you weren't expecting that – you're covered. Keep a few wrapped copies in your desk and in your car. Golden.
Enjoy your new life as a genius. To get you started, here's Tripp and Tyler's Phone Tips, taken from Stuff You Should Know About Stuff.