England has many strange, yet real, traditions such as
- Bog Snorkelling,
- Bonfire Night,
- Cheese Rolling
- Haxey Hood.
For less than $1 you can read This book which describes 40 made-up traditions in a similar vein to the real ones. All the stories are distinct and can be read independently; this is a book for the busy individual who has a spare five or ten minutes to discover the secrets of Biscuit Rolling.
Amateur Psychologists can gain a better understanding of the British and their way of life by reading about Turtle Rinsing in London, Arrow Catching in Staffordshire, and Animal Gambling in the Forest of Dean.
Armchair travellers can discover where a Duck Quacking contest, a Pipe Cleaner Festival, and a Thimble Throwing competition take place.
Former athletes and DIY enthusiasts can marvel at people’s spitting, blowing, and digging exploits.
If you like any of the following authors, this book is for you:
Bio: I am a writer. I love writing creatively especially about subjects such as British traditions, where my made-up traditions are no less ridiculous than the real thing. A list of my books, both fictional and factual (about travel), can be found here.