Friday, March 27, 2015

Feature Friday: Fake Self-Help Books in Real Bookstores

In case you could use a chuckle.


Jeff Wysaski, public prankster extraordinaire, is at it again with a new series of hilarious bookshop pranks... he has now planted self-help books with fake covers for unsuspecting shoppers to discover as they browse the aisles of an unnamed bookstore in West Hollywood.
The books are just fake covers placed on old used books, but it makes you wish he’d write a book just to see what he’d say about dealing with children who are centaurs.


14 comments:

  1. Ba ha ha! My favorite part is the "Gary the Skateboarding Duck" bit.

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    1. Haha! I thought that part was hilarious too.

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  2. Do they have one for mothers whose sons are warlocks? :-/

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    1. Been reading Harry Potter, hmm? There is no recovery for that, I'm afraid. You can take comfort in knowing that Voldemort is dead, I guess.

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  3. Ha ha ha! These are awesome! I so want a son who has been turned into a centaur so I can read it to him, lol. And, I love that his bio says he is the President of the citizens of the Assembly for Satan. Hilarious!

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    1. Everything about these is so witty. I love that they're hidden among real self-help books in a real bookstore. That just kills me. I wish I could see the faces of patrons as they unsuspectingly come across each of these.

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  4. These are hilarious. I wish he really did write books. They would be funny.

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    1. As great as these jackets are, you're right. A full blown book would be hilarious.

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  5. This made me laugh so damn much. Thanks for sharing!!

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