Signspotting III: Lost and Loster in Translation

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Penguin, Sep 1, 2009 - Travel - 160 pages
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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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User Review  - ladycato - LibraryThing

This book was a quick, hilarious read last night, and was just what I needed after a day of stress. These actual pictures signs from around the world try so hard to master the English language and fail in delightful ways: SPEEDO CHECK AHEAD NEXT 5KM Read full review


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About the author (2009)

Doug Lansky, a writer and a traveler, has chronicled his travels around the world in his hilarious and vividly descriptive column, The Vagabond. His travels have included cruising up the Amazon on a cargo ship; living and blowgun hunting with Jaguar Indians in Peru; buying a horse and riding it to Colombia; hitchhiking through Syria and Jordan, where he befriended sergeants in the Iraqi military; riding a camel across the desert in India; and sailing down the Nile. Lansky's articles have appeared in Spy and Might magazines as well as in numerous major US daily newspapers. He is also the coauthor of How to Survive High School with Minimal Brain Damage, published when he was just sixteen years old.

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