These nifty little notebooks come as a set of four with covers like British, American, Cuban and Russian passports. Perfect for any international doodler and list maker.
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Fantastic comedy value. Ideal for note taking at presentation meetings.
Nifty little notebooks for your pocket or bag with a fun cover
On the Run Notebooks are a great and unusual present to pop in handbags, school bags, and rucksacks. Both children and adults think they are really amusing and different.
Excellent notebooks; good quality and kids can easily pretend they're real ones (for their spy-games). A nice novelty article!
The On the Run Notebooks are 4 little notebooks with pretty good covers. A good, fun present for a frequent traveller.
Bought the On the Run Notebooks for my brother, and he loved them! They look great, a really different present for someone with a love of writing.
Funny and practical, the On the Run Notebooks make the perfect stocking filler. My son is going to enjoy showing these off to his friends.
Admit it, everyone's pretended to be a spy at some point! The On the Run Notebooks do cause your friends to do a double take!
The On the Run Notebooks combines fantasy with practicality. They are the right size for putting in your pocket on your travels. As a gift, they are unique and will brighten up your day at work whilst keeping all your important notes together.
Bought the On the Run Notebooks for my sister as a Christmas present. Bit disappointed that the pages are all blank inside, it would be cooler if they were watermarked like real passports. The covers look quite realistic, not a fan of the back cover though which has the disclaimer that could have been hidden inside the front cover. This makes it look less like a real passport.
Childish these may be, and entirely without any practical purpose, but these little passport beauties are just so much fun. Granted they are completely pointless, possibly worse than that they have the potential to entirely scupper any overseas travel plans if you are unfortunate enough to mix them up with the real thing and therefore arrive identityless at an airport. However, I can forgive them all of that because there is something so appealing about the fantasy of escaping the harsh economic climate with a new identity and a new start overseas. I particularly like the inherent amusement in thinking a Cuban passport would be a passport to anywhere, and I have no idea what country one of the set is supposed to be from, but who cares. I got these delivered to me at work, and such was the enthusiasm of my colleagues I've donated some to be a prize in a Race for Life raffle... might have to buy some extra tickets myself though as don't really want to part with them. ...
...or you might find yourself in trouble at immigration. As notebooks go, they're a nice size for slipping in a pocket on your travels. As a gift, they're a funny, thoughtful gift for a traveller - and one that's as much fun to give as to receive while you sit and watch the penny drop. Just be wary of giving it to the kind of person who likes to answer "yes" to the security questions or the next birthday present might be bail.