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A prankster truthfully renamed sections of his local bookstore and it was hilarious

Trolling has never been this much fun.

WHEN IT COMES to pranking your local book shop, there aren’t really that many options out there – but one genius found a way to make it happen.

Jeff Wysaski, of the Obvious Plant blog, went out of his way to reprint the names of sections of his local book store in LA – and the results were top notch.

There was this literal description of the front covers

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Calling out cookbooks for what they really are

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And the take-out menu left below for easy access is the finishing touch you so desperately need.

These people all look so… professional

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This needs to be a real section in every single shop

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*tugs nervously at collar*

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All gullible people go upstairs, please

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Yeah, what’s your deal, Caitlin?

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All his fears in one concise section of the store

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If all book shops took this unique approach to section labelling, the world would surely be a better place.

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