Signspotting: The World's Most Absurd Signs
Lonely Planet, 2005 - Travel - 160 pages
"Lonely Planet: The world's leading travel guide publisher*"
Anyone who has spent time on the road knows that you often have to depend on signs...to navigate the town, locate your hotel, and even obey the law. A scary thought if you've ever come across any of the publicly posted absurdities that appear in this book: signs about as easy to understand as a Swahili auctioneer (to a non-Swahili speaker) or as well-planned as the dance steps in a mosh pit. With the help of signspotters around the globe, we've assembled a collection of some of the most unintentionally entertaining postings on the planet - we hope they confuse and amuse you!
Author: Doug Lansky
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LibraryThing ReviewUser Review - Stahl-Ricco - LibraryThing
Funny, though very similar to "Ultimate Signspotting: Absurd & Amusing Signs from Around the World", which I had just recently read. Ah well... Read full review
Hilarious!User Review - gussiecat - Overstock.com
My husband and I are still working our way through this book after owning it for several years. It is best savored in small doses as a substitute for costly psychotherapy. Ive bought it for gifts on ... Read full review