You know, I think the best way to summarize this book is with an example:
Sure, it's not highbrow or anything, but a couple of the images struck me as funny enough that I couldn't help audibly sniggering. In public. Which I find extremely embarrassing.
It's a short book--about 150 pages-- and you can flip through the whole thing in less than half an hour. Each image is accompanied with a short comment. Some of the pictures were funnier than others, but in general, I found the images amusing rather than the comments, which struck me as a bit over the top. In retrospect, the fact that the author writes for CollegeHumor.com isn't a surprise. Most of the images are just misspellings or mis-shelvings or mass production gone wrong, but they're amusing nonetheless, and I can think of worse ways to spend a few minutes.
~~I received an advanced reader copy of this ebook through Netgalley from the publishers, Andrews McMeel Publishing, in exchange for my honest review~~