The Art of Aggravation [NOOK Book]

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Aggravation takes place primarily in three environments: the home, the school and the car. A maneuver is a plan of action for performing the art of aggravation against your intended target, and maneuvers exist for each environment. A setback is a negative reaction that results from aggravating another person, and setbacks usually come in various shapes and sizes of physical and emotional pain. The objective of becoming a master in the art is to defeat certain people like bullies, while simultaneously enjoying the...
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The Art of Aggravation

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Overview

Aggravation takes place primarily in three environments: the home, the school and the car. A maneuver is a plan of action for performing the art of aggravation against your intended target, and maneuvers exist for each environment. A setback is a negative reaction that results from aggravating another person, and setbacks usually come in various shapes and sizes of physical and emotional pain. The objective of becoming a master in the art is to defeat certain people like bullies, while simultaneously enjoying the art’s positive results like popularity. Practicing the art may walk the fine line of being mean. Therefore, THE ART OF AGGRAVATION stresses good moral values like honesty, and it promotes making good grades in school. Becoming a master in the art of aggravation is not easy, so the reader must be disciplined and patient. But, most of all, the reader should have fun.
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Product Details

  • BN ID: 2940148789956
  • Publisher: Gypsy Shadow Publishing Company LLC
  • Publication date: 8/30/2013
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • File size: 550 KB

Meet the Author

I grew up in Baton Rouge, Louisiana and attended Louisiana State University. During college I majored in History with a concentration in the American Civil War. After graduation, I attended the University of Louisiana at Monroe Business School. I graduated with a Masters of Business Administration and currently work as a store manager for Olinde's Mattress Superstore. The Art of Aggravation is my first humorous fiction. I have had four publications, and I hope to have many more in the future!
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