Signspotting III: Lost and Loster in Translation (Google eBook)
A full-color illustrated collection of humorous, confusing, and amusing signs from around the globe.
From ?UFO University? to ?Speedo Check Ahead? to ?Fecal Face Dot Gallery,? Signspotting III: Lost and Loster in Translation takes the reader on a pictorial worldwide tour of the bizarre and hysterical street signs and advertisements that provide way more laughs than information.
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Review: Signspotting III: Lost and Loster in Translation (Lonely Planet Signspotting #03)User Review - Peter Berg - Goodreads
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Review: Signspotting III: Lost and Loster in Translation (Lonely Planet Signspotting #03)User Review - Kathleen - Goodreads
Purchased for a quarter by a member of the household, this fun little book has been making the rounds and is popular sharing material with the young, backseat set. Read full review
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