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Lonely Planet Signspotting 2 : The World's Most Absurd Signs (Lonely Planet Signspotting) (No. 2) Paperback – September 1, 2007
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Top Customer Reviews
I found it so amusing, I bought the first in the series, and took them with me while visiting family for Thanskgiving. Leaving them on the coffee table, folks of all ages (teens, parents of young kids and grandparents) picked them up over the course of several days, reading them to one another and laughing out loud.
I like "Signspotting 2" slightly better than the first, "Signspotting" only because the photos are better quality/resolution, but both are great reads.
Lonely Planet Signspotting (Lonely Planet Pictorial)
Doug Lansky is a great guy to put it all together, so we can sit and laugh our fool heads off!! A GREAT GIFT BOOK FOR ANYONE!!
Yeah, the picture I submitted to Doug is also in the book (shame shame!)
Seriously, this is a very funny book!!
S.M. from Elk Grove, CA
I do have to say that the captions prove a bit distracting and that I think most folks would rather come up with their own tag lines for these truly funny photos.
The book still could be improved by having better information such as a street address to where these signs actually are so travellers can find them and check them out for themselves.
Forget the first book and get this sequel instead!
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I think this series of books is especially entertaining. They make great gifts.Published 9 months ago by C. A. Lee
Ha ha ha ha I am still laughing and laugh again every time I pick it up. The more pages you read, the funnier it is. Guests laugh until
tears roll down their faces. Read more
My children and I have a rip roaring time going through this book. We have actually started looking for signs also. Highly recommend.Published on June 9, 2014 by Mauidreemn
Many aren't all that funny, but the thought that they actually exist is. It's amusing to try to imagine what series of snafus or mistranslations led up to them.Published on May 27, 2014 by Dianne Taylor
I think this one is the best of his Signspotting books. I can read it over and over and smile each time.Published on April 7, 2013 by kk
I hate to say it, but I'm old enough to remember passing Burma Shave signs and reading them aloud with delight on long, boring car trips. Read morePublished on August 19, 2010 by mango
Of the three, or at least the first three, this is the best. Just got done flipping through it, and these are hilarious. Read morePublished on June 8, 2010 by Christopher M. Fulton
I am unable to fairly review this book, as I purchased it for my 7 year old grandson who loves signs. Read morePublished on December 30, 2009 by Jasmine's mom