Right now, you’re probably thinking to yourself “why the hell do I need a book on etiquette?” We thought the same thing. But this book is actually quite helpful in all kinds of awkward, and normal, social situations. It’s written by Peter Post, a man that gets paid a bunch of money to fly around the world teaching big wigs about etiquette. He’s also written five books, had a New York Times Bestseller, writes for the Boston Sunday Globe and is the great-grandson of the famed etiquettitian (we made that up) Emily Post. In the world of etiquette, she’s Enzo Ferrari. Essentially, it’s like getting engineering lessons from Enzo Ferrari’s great-grandson (once he exists), except it’s about how to properly behave.