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The 113 *@K̕-Ups: a nightmare of inadvertent calamities

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Paperback, 96 pages
Published 1995 by Grub Street
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Jan 25, 2015 Coenraad rated it it was amazing
A wonderful book for a few moments of sharp-witted fun. What would happen if you have an angled roof garden, forget to set the alarm, or ask 'Gustaff Eiffel' to design a pylon? Cleverly drawn, not always obvious - a mini-festival for those seeking a daily dose of laughter.

Spitsvondige prentjiegrappies oor selfone wat op die verkeerde tyd lui, ontdekkers wat nie aandag skenk nie, evolusionêre flaters - 'n fees vir almal wat 'n slag lekker moet lag. Die ensiklopedie deur die redakteur wat gek is o
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