How many times have others cut in front of us in line, talked about us behind our backs, or canceled on us at the last minute? That’s right, too many. Sure, nobody wants to be a dick – but dicks are everywhere! They’re kicking the back of our seat at the movies, neglecting to hold the elevator, and placing empty milk cartons back in the fridge. Some days it feels like selfish and thoughtless people are all around us and dickish behavior is on the rise. But now, with help from this new book, How Not to Be a Dick: An Everyday Etiquette Guide, we can take a stand against dickishness. Created with a nod to the retro style of the popular Dick and Jane books of the 1930's, this guide is chock full of straightforward advice for navigating challenging social situations--in relationships, with roommates, in the office--presented alongside amusing illustrations. No matter what situation you find yourself in--attending a party, sitting on the bus, taking a midterm, or just talking to someone you like--this book has the advice you need to not be a dick.