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Borat: Touristic Guidings to Glorious Nation of Kazakhstan/Minor Nation of U.S. and A.



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Borat: Touristic Guidings to Glorious Nation of Kazakhstan/Minor Nation of U.S. and A. by Borat Sagdiyev
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"Very Entertaining"
5 stars"
Purchased on Mighty Ape

This book was for my brother and he loved it. He often praised how funny it was so i to had a look. It was very enjoyable with a lot of references from the movie. Some pictures were to pretty nasty but still extremely funny.

"Very funny, but gets old towards the end."
3 stars"
Purchased on Mighty Ape

Just like the millions of times that people imitate the character, does this book imitate the humor brought to us in the film.

The book was quite a funny read and will definitely make you crack a smile or even a loud laugh from time to time, but the continual use of the broken English and one-liner captions wears thin towards the end. However the humor brought forth in the book is true to the nature of the film and to Borat and as such will appeal to those that like both, but don't expect this to be a laugh-out-loud book you will be showing all your mates and referencing after a few beers.

"Borat book"
5 stars"
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Laugh out loud funny!


Jagshemash! Fresh from the worldwide success of his smash-hit movie film, Borat Sagdiyev - Kazakhstan's 4th most famous man - has returned home and put together an indispensible travel guide to the U, S and A. "Touristic Guidings" will help you negotiate all of the common challenges you will face on arriving in America, from the secrets of Western dating to negotiating public transport, local food, and how to get your wife's cage through customs. Flip the book over, and Welcome to Kazakhstan! Borat presents everything you ever wanted to know about Glorious Nation of Kazakhstan, home of the cleanest prostitutes in the region, popstar Billy Sexcrime and supermall Viktor Hotelier's Shopcity - three stores and electrical staircase! Filled with never-before-seen photos and tons of original material, this four-colour romp through the World According to Borat is laugh-out-loud funny, gloriously shocking and never knowingly politically correct.

Author Biography

Borat Sagdiyev is the fourth most famous man in Kazakhstan, has two arms, two legs and 'chram thick like can of Pepsi'. He has had hair on his pubis for 35 harvests and is currently married to his third wife -- the first two are dead. (He did not kill them.)
Release date NZ
November 1st, 2007
Country of Publication
United Kingdom
Unabridged edition
Boxtree Ltd
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