Features hundreds of ridiculous examples of the misadventures in English discovered all over the world - from hotel signs to baffling advertisements, such as the German beauty product offering a 'Cream shower for pretentious skin' or the Japanese bar that boasts 'Special cocktails for ladies with nuts'.
Why use one word when you can use fifteen? Using the hilarious examples given in 'Eats, Shites and Leaves', learn how to confound and confuse, puzzle and perplex, baffle and bemuse. Brevity might be the soul of wit, but the underrated art of verbosity can be riotously funny, too!
Presents a selection of the bloopers, mistakes and misunderstandings that kids have boldly come out with in their school work: from the innocent mispronunciations of younger children, to the facetious, inventive, or just downright stupid remarks of older students who should know better.