Whether you’re a Hamptons year-rounder, summer weekender or citidiot, Reynolds Dodson, author of “A Cockeyed Guide to the Hamptons,” thinks there are a few things you should know about the East End.

“If you’re interested (or not) in hearing other people’s cell phone conversations, you should take the jitney. If you have new money and want to be seen, East Hampton is the place for you,” Dodson told Metro.

The Southampton Press columnist and Water Mill resident has culled together more than 60 essays and has come up with a guide on how to Hampton that is chock full of insights. In case you’re wondering who is on the Long Island Road on 3 a.m. in the summer (no one) and the right breed of dog to Hampton with (Jack Russell terriers for the horsey set and golden Labs for surfers and fisherman) Dodson’s tome is the one to read while gearing up for Labor Day.

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