Fictional Fail

The Consumerist posts a humourous picture of a shelving error at Barnes & Noble. Perhaps they might consider hiring a librarian, if for no other reason than we know the difference between fiction and non fiction.

See if you can spot the fail.


Looks like David Irving's work (or one of his fans).... ugh...

I didnt catch the Anne Frank book until the second time I looked at it. I was thinking the Guinness Book was what was being referred to.

I think they both are, along with I Know Why the Caged Bird Sings

maya angelou's book is sometimes referred to as autobiographical fiction; the Guinness book is a load of made-up stuff; the Holocaust never happened; and most of those 50 short stories are only "pretty good."

since those are clearly Fiction, that leaves Dan Brown as the sole truth-teller about Jesus and his great-great-great-great-great-great-great-great-great-great-great-great granddaughter. so Dan is FAIL. what do I win?

You win a button that says "Humor Fail".

I want that button. Forget the shelving errors!

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