After "Petit Bréviaire du Snobisme" (a French snob manual which was also adapted and translated for the German, Dutch, Portuguese and Italian public) or more thematic works such as "Snob Extrême" (a handbook for snobs eager to visit the North or the South Pole, published in France), "Snob Appeal“(an erotic guidebook for snobs, published in Italy), "Manuel de savoir-vivre à l'usage des maîtres et maîtresses de chiens" (a handbook for well-educated dogs and their owners) or "Petit Traité de snobisme: du chérubin à l'âge ingrat"("Little Traitise of Snobbism : from beauteous babe to pimply teen": a handbook for snobby children and their parents, teachers, &c.); several essays (some of them published side by side with Nobel Prizes for literature!), articles, chronicles, analyses and lectures on the numerous facets of snobbism, for the international press, universities, museums, etc., and – last but certainly not least- my foreword to the digital version of The Book of Snobs by William M. Thackeray, henceforth you will have the extreme privilege to read my blog. Probably the most snobbish blog ever existing! So if you want to know if your mother-in-law is a real snob or just pretending; if you want my opinion of a champagne or some mundane event; if you want me to test the snob-appeal of any other happening, person or item (your mother-in-law included); or if you just need some stimulating coaching or some experienced advice: hereby also the most snobbish website on earth : www.snoblissime.com
Enfin ! Après mes publicités pour les crèmes hydrantes et les après-shampooings au champagne, aujourd’hui je vous propose une crème anti-âge au caviar pour être au top (et au plus snob) de sa beauté pendant les fêtes !