One need not be a rocket scientist to figure out that most of the
people who hog the limelight (genuinely) at parties, gatherings or
social events are the ones who are the wittiest (ignoring the looks and
money factor of course!).These guys/girls often come up with
rib-tickling, concise anecdotes that reveal a lot (sarcastically)
through so few words.
To quote Edward De Bono, people who have a good sense of humor and who
are very witty are very good at creative thinking- a quality they are
born with or which they develop over the years.If you do not belong to
this gifted species (like I do), don't despair.This book is an
excellent way to start building up your abilities to spice up a
conversation.You don't need to be an intellectual ( a brain train whose
mind watches itself) to read this book.A decent english
vocabulary and a good reading ability will more than suffice.
Used well, this book is your ticket to being a rage at gatherings as
well as satiating your quest for wit. The publisher, Pustak Mahal, has
always prided itself in promoting good, enriching books written by
outstanding authors and pricing them specifically to suit the common
mans budget,with the single minded devotion of enriching his life and
help him climb the ladder of success easily.Well it has one more reason
to proud of itself. McGraw Hill and John Wiley can take a cue about
Corporate Social Responsibility from Pustak Mahal.