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on 8 April 2010
I was already familiar with the blog, but this is a fantastic book to have to hand for idle moments. This is what coffee-table books should be about - something offbeat, wickedly twisted without being offensive, and absolutely hilarious! It also goes quite nicely with Cake Wrecks - which is a bit more hit-and-miss, but has the same laugh-out-loud quality to some of its features.
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on 15 December 2014
Oh man this is so worth buying - it is such a laugh to go through!
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on 2 December 2009
I've been following Terry's blog for a few years, so have seen many of these images before, but there were some nice surprises in here even for me. Bought it as a christmas present, for someone who has never heard of bent objects. I makes a fab coffee table or toilet book for visitors to flick through. Also it has a few pages at the back that show you how to make your own bent objects if you're inspired.
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on 3 February 2011
A very unusual and funny book. You will never have seen anything quite like these pictures of everyday items and objects behaving in very human ways. It's the kind of offbeat, entertaining book you can keep dipping into many times. Terry Border also has a blog with the same name that is well worth a visit: recent gems include the can of sweetcorn throwing up its contents. The photos are highly original and strangely poignant. Why hasn't someone made a TV series out of it?
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on 23 December 2010
I should have known from the pice that this book would be tripe, and it sadly is. Not all blogs translate well to book form, and this is a perfect example of it. Don't waste your money; have a look round your house for every-day articles and pose them, then take photos with your digital camera. An orangutang could do better.
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