"A Crockwork Orange."
Good luck. You'll need it.
More like SPF 451. Thanks to #SummerBooks on Twitter.
Brave New World Record. Thanks to #BookOlympics on Twitter.
Thanks to the #RemoveALetterSpoilABook hashtag.
The Great Gatsby should really be retitled Drink Responsibly. From comedian Dan Wilbur's Better Book Titles.
Have you read "The Little Prince of Bel Air"?
How many Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest?
Crime and Punishment just took on a whole new meaning.
Harry Potter and the Sorcerer's Stoned by J.K. Rolling. Thanks to #weedreads on Twitter.
Catch-22 Llamas. Thanks to the #ReplaceBookTitleWithLlama hashtag.
Tell someone how you really feel by giving them these books.
Do you know "who will toss your salad?"
The Central Perks of Being a Wallflower. Inspired by #FriendsBookTitles.
Comedian Dan Wilbur has taken some our favorite childhood books and improved the titles to more accurately describe their real underlying message.
Ben and Jerry's please, make these now. Via Quirk Books.
I'm so confused by this. Someone find me a professional bibliographer before my head explodes! If you've ever come across two totally different books with the exact same title, feel free to comment about it.
I wonder how many times this statement has been used in real life. By girls who look like that. (Via NextRound)
The hashtag #lessinterestingbooks is having a moment on Twitter right now. I think #14 is my favorite, although it could be a good read. What's yours?