This book is for the older guys. The Disneyesque artwork from the children's version of "Learn To Tie A Tie With The Rabbit And The Fox" has been cast aside. The storybook has been condensed to bare bones Illustrations. Now, it’s just, cut to the chase, “how to tie a tie with the rabbit and the fox” in 6 easy steps...with some mnemonics thrown in for good measure. If you want to remember the movements of the fox chasing the rabbit through the forest but you don’t want to be caught dead reading a children’s story book, this book is for you! This quick start set of instructions for tying a tie via the rabbit and fox method is for teens or adults who might not be interested in the “kiddie” version of the story! There are 6 basic movements to follow to complete a “four in hand” knot. For generations, the instructions were passed from father to son by word of mouth through the tale of the rabbit and the fox. That little story utilizes mnemonics – the art of memorizing something by associating it with words, phrases or sentences which have been especially designed to help you REMEMBER. The illustrations in this “Quick Guide For Older Guys” will teach you that story without all of the storybook stuff that comes with the children’s books. In 6 easy steps, your tie will be tied. Twice around the tree, under a bush, over a log, into the hole and the necktie is tied! Once your necktie is neatly knotted, you will look good and you'll be ready to share what you know with the little guys.