Esquire's The New Rules for Men
By Esquire (Author)
Times change. Technology changes. Menus change. And so the guidelines for men must be adjusted. That’s why Esquire: The Rules is back in an all-new edition, with all-new proclamations, restrictions, exhortations, and nuggets of essential advice. From sex and women (Rule No. 870: Nobody makes a sex tape and comes out of it a winner) to drinking and dining (Rule No. 56: Saying “Allow me” without actually reaching for the check does not suggest sincerity), work and leisure, and health and fitness, Esquire: The New Rules for Men defines the codes every successful man needs to live by now. And if all else fails, just remember Rule No. 88: No shaking hands in the men’s room at work.
ABOUT THE AUTHOR(S)
ESQUIRE GETS MEN. The magazine is known for quality, innovation, and ability to create buzz. Esquire is defined by its wit, authoritative voice, and expert instruction FOR THE CURIOUS AND CONFIDENT MAN. Esquire has been a finalist for 53 National Magazine Awards, the industry's highest honor, and has won 14, including the coveted award for “General Excellence” in 2006. In addition to its US flagship, Esquire publishes 26 editions around the world.