- For Teenage Boys
- For Him
From the mind of New York Times bestselling author Barney Stinson comes the ultimate companion to The Bro Code – a handy reference guide crafted for today's active Bro.
With new rules, inspirations, and wisdom, coupled with classics staples from the original Code, Bro on the Go is designed to quickly aid a busy Bro in any situation he might face – at the beach, on the job, at the game, or with the ladies. Plus, it looks good stuffed in your pocket.
Article 42: Upon greeting another Bro, a Bro may engage in a high five, a fist bump, or Bro hug, but never a full embrace.
Article 12: Bros do not share dessert.
From the Disinfected Desk of Barney Stinson
Spider-Man's uncle once said, “With great power comes great responsibility,” but what the great philosopher really meant was, “With great power comes a never-ending string of dumbass questions.” In the year since selflessly bestowing The Bro Code upon humanity I have been inundated with letters, emails, texts – even a few stalker-level break-ins – from people in every corner of the globe, but mostly France.
Everyone wants to know three things:
- Why haven't you been nominated for a Nobel Prize?
- How can one person be so handsome, smart, popular, and handsome? (The “one person” I'm referring to is you – Barney Stinson.)
- The Bro Code is immensely entertaining, educational, and available via Fireside Books/Simon & Schuster, but it offers only general guidelines about how to live my life. What do I do when I'm at the office, going to the beach, or when I'm supposed to be at the office but I'm at the beach? HELP!
1. I couldn't possibly nominate myself for The Bro Code – they've repeatedly told me it's against the rules – but you can. Nominations for the Nobel Prize in Literature are due January 31 and should be addressed to:
Nobel Committee for Literature
P.O. Box 2118
SE-103 13 Stockholm
2. I don't know, but if you're a hot chick, perhaps we could discuss it at your place sometime…though now that I think about it, I probably can't stay very long because I've got a thing later that night – but, yeah, no, let's “talk.”
3. Relax. Daddy's home. The next time you're out and about and a Bro-related concern arises, just reach down your pants and whip out this handy reference guide: Bro on the Go.
For years I've wanted to supplement the universal laws of the Bro Code with a portable handbook of advice and commentary but for various reasons had to scuttle each previous effort: The Guy-dance Counselor, Touching Your Inner Bro, and most recently The Pocket Stinson. Now, with Bro on the Go, I'm finally able to present the observations, reflective wisdom, and inspirational nuggets I've mined through the daily grind of being awesome.
In these pages you will find official Bro Codes in bold print alongside my own unique and powerful insights. to maximize utility, I've organized this volume by location so that a Bro trying to choose between black or gray spandex shorts for his workout can quickly flip to “A Bro at the Gym” and know the answer is a resounding “neither.” used this way, it is my hope that The Bro Code will calibrate your moral compass while Bro on the Go provides a map to navigate your path toward total awesomeness and maybe, just maybe, getting laid big-time.
With these tools in hand (heh), you are now armed to live the life of a Bro on the Go. So take this package of wisdom, roll it into a generous cylinder, stuff it in your front pocket, and go, Bro, go.
Barney Stinson works at a corporation, and regularly “suits up” to help his lovelorn and altogether pathetic bro Ted Mosby. Basically the coolest dude ever, Barney Stinson has been compared to the Fonz-but Barney is much, much more awesome. Stinson lives in New York, New York-and appears weekly on the hit CBS show “How I Met Your Mother” with his friends Ted, Robin, Lily and Marshall.
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