How To: Remove your bra without taking off your shirt

This video will show you how to remove your bra without taking off your shirt. Whether you want to channel "Flashdance", seduce a wet t-shirt contest audience or you really need the underwire from your bra to break into your locked car, this film will show you how to remove your bra without giving everyone a peep show. Remove your bra without taking off your shirt.

How To: Deal with unexpected guests

Learn how to properly react and deal with unexpected guests. This narrated video with step-by-step subtitles discusses how to act, and how to accommodate for the surprise guest. Topics include food portioning, seating and table arrangements, and personal conduct. Deal with unexpected guests.

How To: Eat pozole

Watch as folks at Pozoleria San Juan show us how to eat this hearty hominy soup. This is a wonderful soup for a cold winter night. Watch this video for great ideas on eating delicious Pozole!

How To: Fold the Confederate battle flag

If you are from the South, the Confederacy is no doubt a part of your family history. If you are still representing your ancestors and the South's past, check out this video and learn how to care for your Confederate flag.

How To: Give a homie handshake

Getting bored with the same old normal handshake greeting? Learn how to spice up and personalize your handshake, making it hip and jiggy. This handshake could be used to acknowledge true homies, or just look cool and make others envious. One hand and one homie are necessary to accomplish this feat. Give a homie handshake.

How To: Pose for photos like a Ford Model

There are a number of basic model poses if you want to look more like a model in your pictures. First, start by turning the hips to the side away from the camera and the shoulders toward the camera. You can put one arm up with your wrist on top of your head or both arms up with your hands on top of your head. Another traditional pose involves putting one foot back and one foot forward and a little to the side of the back foot with one hand on the hip. For the face you can slightly turn the sh...

How To: Enter a mail-in sweepstakes using tips & tricks

In this video, learn how to enter mail-in sweepstakes, what supplies you need, tricks and tips for filling out entries, how to organize your entries, and how to not get disqualified. This clip will walk you through the entire process so that you can increase your chances of winning and getting one of those oversized checks delivered to your door. So, follow along and enter those contests the right way to maximize your opportunities to win.

How To: Write a letter

It might seem easy to a few, but some of us out there grew up with email and consider "the letter" an artifact. However, writing a letter is the ultimate in class and shows someone you took the extra time to get in touch with them. Whether you are writing a business letter or a friendly letter, these tips will guide you in properly writing that letter to a special someone, friend, or client.

How To: Bow In Japan

In this tutorial, Akemi Solloway Sensei teaches a Young Samurai audience how to bow correctly in Japan. This is a very important way to greet Japanese people. There are different ways for a man and a woman to bow. Learn how to greet and bow when greeting Japanese friends with this video.

How To: Walk like a beauty queen

Chicken cutlets in your swimsuit top…Vaseline on your teeth… or the perfect answer… all tricks of the beauty pageant trade, but none as important as your walk! It's extremely important to have a fantastic walk. Why? Because when you're lined up shoulder to shoulder in a row of gorgeous gals, having a fantastic walk can make you pop out in that evening gown lineup. Walking expert Rita Verreos knows the secrets to a winning beauty queen walk and shares her tricks. Walk like a beauty queen.

How To: Have graceful hands

Mistress Didi brings you an instructional video on how to have graceful hands. These are simple exercises for beauty and function. Graceful hands can create greater comfort and beauty in your self-expression. Use these exercises if you want to achieve graceful hands.

How To: Display impeccable manners

You’ll probably never have to greet the Queen, but everyone should know some basic etiquette rules. Learn proper manners with this how to video. You will need an appreciation for social niceties and a good memory.

How To: Behave at an art gallery

With increasing wealth, leisure time, and opportunities for employment, more original art is available to the masses. But that's no excuse to act like a goon in a gallery. Going to take in and appreciate the art can be a fun way to pass the time, but make sure you're practicing good gallery etiquette. Watch this video tutorial and learn how to act at an art gallery.

How To: Practice nude beach etiquette

Is the proper term nudists or naturalists? Doesn't seem to be too much of a difference, because when it all boils down, they're both still butt-naked on the beach. Nude beaches are fascinating places for the adventurous spirit, but unless you’re an old-time nudist, you probably have questions about the proper way to behave on a nude beach. Well, we’ve got the answers.

How To: Air kiss

Learn when air kissing should be used, and how to correctly employ the maneuver. Technique, mouth sounds, and number of repetitions are just some of the things discussed in this narrated film with step-by-step subtitles. Give a pleasant greeting while minimizing physical contact! Air kiss.

How To: Practice proper etiquette for afternoon tea

Afternoon tea is becoming a popular alternative to the business breakfast or lunch. In this how to video, etiquette coach Syndi Seid offers some simple guidelines for proper tea table manners. Watch this how to video and you will know how to behave at an afternoon tea or high tea.

How To: Fold an American flag in the traditional method

Three students demonstrate how to fold an American flag. Two students hold the flag lengthwise, flat. They fold the flag in half with the stars on the bottom of the fold. Then they fold the flag a second time, gently pulling it taut. A third student keeps her arms under the flag as one of the students begin to fold small triangles down the length of the flag towards the student at the other end. The purpose of the third student is to keep the flag from falling. When the flag has been folded i...

How To: Turn down an invitation

With careful wording you can avoid lying and still avoid going to something that you just don’t want to attend. Even without a good excuse you can politely decline without hurting anyone’s feelings or ending up in an embarrassing situation.

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