Signspotting: The World's Most Absurd Signs (Lonely Planet Pictorial) Paperback – 21 Oct 2005
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Washington Post, December 25, 2005 'Giggle without leaving home with this album of the most ridiculous street signs from around the globe.'
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Its a wonderful book to read when relaxing, and a perfect choice as a gift for friends in need of cheering up.
The author and me really don't seem to be on the same wavelength. Some of the signs are very funny all right, but many I didn't find funny at all.
I also found it annoying how the author had tried to divide the book into thematic chapters, but proved totally unable to. Again and again, I opened a new chapter and watched in amazement how most of the signs in that chapter were in no way connected to the chapter's title.
In other words, both the selection of material and the structure of the book are extremely amateurish. My guess is that you'll find much better stuff when you spend 20 minutes with Google image search or something.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Present for my nephew good fun and well worth a look . Will get one for my brother for christmasPublished on 13 Nov. 2013 by Susan whitlock
So funny and silly :) Great for leaving on a coffee table for visitors to look through. I'd recommend it to anyone with a funny bone :)Published on 28 Oct. 2013 by NaomiD
Some funny ones some I have seen before, good for the price nice little gift, would make a good stocking fillerPublished on 20 Jan. 2013 by Dem Bones
"CAUTION. Please be aware that the balcony is not on ground level." - as pictured in SIGNSPOTTING. Gee, you think?
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