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This is a very silly, completely bonkers but surprisingly engaging book that could guide you to some extremely unusual events across the country.
-- Sunday Telegraph, September 2008
About the Author
James Bamber and Sally Raynes are the creators of wackynation.com. Between them, they hold the World Russian Egg Roulette title, won silver in 2006's World Snail Racing Championships and, in the same year, Sally claimed second place in the World Stinging Nettle Eating Championship (women's event), having devoured 30 feet of nettles. Not all their endeavours are so successful. James came last at Shin Kicking and was disqualified in the World Stone Skimming Championships! Many of these exploits have featured on TV shows throughout the world.
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Their quest to explore the wacky nation and taken thousands of miles and through periods of sheer exhaustion, showing clear dedication to the cause whilst maintaining a great sense of humour.
If you ever attend a wacky event, be sure to keep your eyes peeled for the guys in the orange shirts, say hello, they're really nice people!
Cheers Guys for a great book.
I particularly like the way that pictures for every event are shown throughout the book as well as colour pictures in the middle (all too often books will only show pictures in the middle only).
A good book to buy, and strongly recommended.