Misanthrope, n.: 1.) Ebenezer Scrooge. 2.) One who hates social gatherings of all kinds, especially holiday parties; 3.) The guy in your office who responded to your holiday e-card featuring your kids with “D-. Passing, but not college material”; 3.) A Realist
A misanthrope dislikes all official holidays, but harbors a special disdain for the December variety. A misanthrope spends the holiday season vigilantly turning down holiday party invites, rearranging the sock drawer for the fifth time, and running for dear life if they are caught within 100 feet of the mistletoe. If you relish in the misanthropic tradition, there is good news for you this year. THE MISANTHROPE’S GUIDE TO LIFE: (Go Away!) eBook is now FREE through December 17th.
With this eBook you can pick up even more anti-social holiday tips from self-crowned Scrooges Meghan Rowland & Chris Turner-Neal, of 2 Birds, 1 Blog, such as how to fake an illness just in time for that family dinner, how to clear a room at a work party, and how to cover everyone on your list with an edible arrangement. This is the survival guide misanthropes will be annoyed not to have.
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