Doug Lansky contributes to Esquire, National Geographic Adventure, and other publications, while serving as travel editor for Scandinavian Airlines' in-flight magazine. To date, he has been on the road for roughly ten years in more than 100 countries.
Signspotting III: Lost and Loster in Translationby Doug Lansky
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/i>/b>
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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The sample is total bull. Three pages long and you can only read two. Which is the cover..... and the publishing info. Guess who won't be giving her hard earned money to those cheap son of a guns- this gal.
What a disappointment! Scatalogical and contrived. A real tumble from the original Signspotting, which was clever and amusing.
I love the subject matter and lots of funny signs.
The book was entertaining and fun to just flip through. We pick it up and take a look (and get a giggle) often.
What a fun read! I found myself chuckling when I was all by myself. I wrapped this for a teenage grandson for Christmas. What a hoot! First his eyes sparkled, then he grinned and asked "Is this for real?" He shared many pages with his boy cousins (and they actually smiled!) For a teen to have a positive reaction was rewarding. Now I'll have to find I, II.