'The Rules of Spilling a Secret' Does Damage Control

By: Marie C. Hudson - Published: Sep 8, 2011 • References: awesome.good.is & good.is
If you're prone to ruining surprises due to excessive excitement or an absent mind, try reading 'The Rules of Spilling a Secret' for some tongue-in-cheek tips, created by Christie Young of GOOD.is. The illustrated guide walks readers through the steps of being told a secret (in this case a surprise party), and then through the inevitable secret-spilling incident and recovery steps.

As someone who has been known to spill the beans about a surprise once or twice, I definitely took away some helpful hints from this charming infographic, although I'm not sure I would go so far to wear camouflage, as the guide suggests, to disguise my secret-spoiling self. I always look forward to Christie Young's hilarious self-help infographics, and 'The Rules of Spilling a Secret' is another awesome guide to add to the list! Stats for Surprise Party Spoiler Guides Trending: Older & Warm
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