"The Book of Rules" was established to outline acceptable practices and procedures in various social situations. Many everyday actions, while not illegal or immoral, are generally considered improper, and are outlined within this handbook. This manual establishes and reinforces life rules required to be a productive member of society. From guidelines on burping to protocol at the urinal to 'the 60-second sofa seat reservation', readers will laugh out loud as they acknowledge that many unwritten rules are written here - in great detail, and with strict guidelines. This is the book many of us have wanted to write, every time we say, 'If only everyone would...'. In addition, the book contains 'discrepancy forms' which can be used to cite a citizen who has committed an infraction of the rules.

Submit a BOR Regulation to the BOR Regulatory Board

Submissions may be made to future versions of The Book of Rules or
The Book of Rules for Relationships, which is currently in development.

Submissions should be complete. Pay attention to detail.
Does your submission apply only to women? Men? What would
be the exceptions to your rule? Which chapter best fits your
submission? Possibly a new chapter?

Submissions become the property of the BOR Regulatory Board
after submitted. Additionally, submissions WILL be altered to
fit the format and humor of the Book of Rules 94.7A.

City:  State:    Zip:  

Submit your BOR Regulation

The unauthorized manipulation of an automobile dashboard without the driver's consent. (See BOR 2-9)
An allowable example of a car charm. (See BOR 2-16 B)
The original hand drawn illustration for "Watch Placement" used in the early first version of The Book of Rules
Another original hand drawn illustration for Chapter 10 in the early first version of The Book of Rules
The first Book of Rules discrepancy form
Have YOU seen a violation of The Book of Rules?
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