Another 20 Ultra-Weird Books

You should always judge a book by his cover and I judge these books to be excellent.

17) Successful Muskrat Farming

Just so you know, the muskrat  is a medium-sized semiaquatic rodent native to North America. It’s called a muskrat because it looks like a rat and smells musky, simple as that. I don’t know what you would farm them for though. Their fur I guess. I’m pretty sure it wouldn’t be their milk. On a similar note, have you ever tried dog milk? Yummy.

Weird Book Covers - Succesful Muskrat Farming

18) The Best Fences

What’s worse than being a bus or train geek? A fence geek:

Weird Book Covers - The Best Fences

19) Stray Shopping Carts

The only thing that disappoints me about this book is the fact that it only covers the eastern section of North America. What about the other regions? So many shopping carts left uncharted?! In this book, author Julian Montague has created an elaborate classification system of abandoned shopping carts, accompanied by photographic documentation of actual stray cart sightings. I’m not sure it’s entirely serious, and even if it is, trolley spotting kicks the crap out of bus, train and fence spotting.

Weird Book Covers - Stray Shopping Carts

20) Baboon Metaphysics

Yes, exactly: BABOON METAPHYSICS. That’s right.

Weird Book Covers - Babboon Metaphysics

There you go, finished. If you find any ridiculous books make sure to pass them my way please @timboynewtron

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