Commuter Waiting Games
Things to Do While Driving, Riding, or Flying
According to efficiency experts, average commuters spend 25 minutes every day waiting for trains, sitting in traffic, or hoofing it to their place of employment. By the time you take the A train to meet the big guy in the sky, you’ll have spent a full year of your life traveling to and from your workplace.
Now, at last, there’s an activity book to help frazzled commuters and travelers make the most of their time. Commuter Waiting Games is a witty, illustrated collection of more than 50 how-to projects, puzzles, games, and activities. You’ll discover exciting new sports (Airline Safety Card Volleyracket), amazing weight-loss techniques (Commuter Train Calisthenics), guidelines for tapping your inner muse (Traffic-Sign Haiku), and hilarious group participation events (Airport Check-In Limbo).
You’ll also learn how to:
• Design a Newspaper Bridal Gown
• Practice Trainscendental Meditation
• Honk a Morse Code Message
• Relax with Commuter Headrest Shiatsu
. . . and much, much more!
HAL BOWMAN is the celebrated author of Computer Waiting Games. He honed these activities after three years of commuting by car, train, and shoe leather.
- Paperback ISBN: 9781931686273
- Book Dimensions:6 1/4 x 7
- Page Count:95
- Release Date:May 1, 2003