Women are constantly being told what to do. It's time someone explained in simple, practical, fun terms what not to do. Essential reading for all modern women who question the appropriateness of thong leotards, Women Should Never . . .
is the life-saving guide of what not to do. Women Should Never . . .
is a lighthearted instruction manual that steers today's woman away from horribly crude and unacceptable behaviors such as wearing leg warmers, carrying a small dog in a shopping bag, or feeding her boyfriend in public.
Authors Clare Woodcock and Helena Owen stylishly define clear "no-go" areas by saying that women should never: Talk wistfully about weddings on a first date; Name their children after soap stars; Call their husbands "Dad." Women Should Never . . . pairs succinct and funny wisdom with spare, amusing illustrations to be every woman's guide to living in modern times.