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  • so funny
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    my son has all the onion books. it's a tradition. can't wait for the next one.

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    tankandsam September 30, 2011
  • Sidesplitting and biting
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    ..a great commentary on our world. It's not for everyone, but for those who appreciate a 'smart' read, it's worth it, especially at this price. Enjoy!

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    magnaridersd February 22, 2008
  • lots of fun
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    entertaining read. fun to share with friends. it's the daily show of geography books.

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    sue6vega February 11, 2008
  • book review
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    Awesome. Very well written. This book offers many hours of entertainment. Information given in a humerous format that I thouroughly enjoyed!

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    id40 January 11, 2008
  • Hilarious (if you have a sense of humor)
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    This was a gift and the person was not only engaged immediately in the book but was laughing out loud. It became our coffee table book and was the envy of a lot of my husband's friends. The key thing is: this is a complete spoof on the social geography of the world. It pokes fun at every region of the world using generalizations and localized stereotypes. If you know the publishers.. The Onion, that says it all. Get familiar with their work before buying.

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    iogato January 5, 2008
  • Book "Our Dumb World"
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    Bought this as a requested gift. Nice Hardbound book. I scanned it before wrapping it and was impressed with the wealth of info and the nice graphics. The giftee really liked it.

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    grits64 December 31, 2007
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    anre April 29, 2016
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