The Sick Day Handbook: Strategies and Techniques for Faking It
by Ellie Bishop
Publisher: Booktrope 2006
Number of pages: 139
A hilarious guide to the art of taking sick leave when you really need it. Filled with symptoms and prescriptions for common illnesses and proper stage-setting techniques to pull off the previously unthinkable Tuesday-after-a-long-weekend call-in (your pregnant friend had the baby!), you'll have a pool of credible excuses just waiting to be used (scripts included).
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