Comedian Jeff Wysaski has a hobby which involves sneaking fake signage, CDs, and other things into real-world places, and posting the pictures on the internet for people to laugh at.

Perhaps his best plant to date is sneaking a bunch of fake CDs into a Los Angeles record store – albums with hilarious, dubious titles such as Frank Sinatra Makes 23 Train Noises, Dads: The Band – Music By Dads For Dads, and Songs To Drive Off A Cliff To Volume 3.

Best of all, when you open each CD case, there is a sign which reads “Sorry this album does not exist. Here is a different one instead”, under which is a copy of a Wilson Phillips album.

Check out all the fake covers, below.

I snuck some fake music albums into a local music store

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