How to Behave Like the 'Real Housewives of Beverly Hills'
How to Behave Like the 'Real Housewives of Beverly Hills'
On this week's episode of The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills, Camille gave Kyle the book How to Behave and Why. It's a children's book by Munro Leaf, published in 1946, that focuses on the four pillars of honesty, strength, fairness, and wisdom.

Camille was like "ha ha?" about it and Kyle was like, "ha ha you are lucky I don't scratch your face off." Many of us wondered if Camille had read the book before she gave it to Kyle, or if perhaps it was a re-gift. Either way, if you want to learn "How to Behave" like a Real Housewife of Beverly Hills, here is this list for FREE!

Greet one another with, "Hello, gorgeous!" or some commentary on how great they look.RHBHhellogorgeous.jpg
Have parties to flaunt your wealth (and/or beautiful family). Even a casual day of tennis is an opportunity! For example, when your butler brings in a chandelier-like tray of cupcakes and tea sandwiches, point out that the tray is real crystal.
Eat everything as seductively as possible. Remember the cotton candy?
Have tiny dogs, even if your child is allergic to them.
Ask someone about their tragic upbringing at a birthday dinner. It's totally appropriate.
Kiss your friends' husbands on the lips. Just do it like you've never seen each other naked.RHBHkissthatdbag.jpg
Get your boobs out there in front of children, as long as there's someone to watch.RHBHbikiniout.jpg
Get each other really bitchy "gag gifts." You know, self-deprecating!RHBHgaggift.jpg
Whatever you can take away from this photo, about how to have a good time at a party.RHBHsadcake.jpg
(images courtesy of Bravo)