As usual, I'm finishing off the previous month's books in the middle of the following month!
Moore is an Australian travel writer with a knack for bad experiences.* The title comes from a sign posted in a cafe in China. This book is written in a Q&A format with Moore providing sarcastic, funny, and yet often practical responses to a reader's queries about world travel. He also draws on his experience to offer "Top 10" lists of what to avoid.
Though there is a helpful glossary, I couldn't always follow Moore's Aussie slang (my copy is a UK edition so it's not Americanized). Also the book is aimed toward backpackers, a particular kind of traveler. Overall I found this book amusing but not great. I think my wife enjoyed it more than I did (I read it aloud), although she was initially put off by the title. I'd give it three and a half stars (out of five).
* Not to be confused with Tim Moore, a British travel writer whose books I've read.