This might be a bit esoteric, but as a literature fanatic I have to share it.

If you're not familiar with Franz Kafka, he's the Czech-born author of the short story "The Metamorphosis" (about a man who changes into a giant bug) and the novels "The Trial" and "The Castle", all of which involve individuals caught up in a "nightmarishly impersonal and bureaucratic world." (The last quote is from the ever-useful Wikipedia.)

And, well, hopefully that's all the background you need to watch this utterly fantastic video from The Onion:

Prague's Franz Kafka International Named World's Most Alienating Airport