Derby #72: Book Titles Re-Interpreted

This should be fun.

Hm sounds interesting, but I feel like there’s a lot of overlap with movie titles reinterpreted :confused: We’ll see though I suppose, good luck everyone :slight_smile:

You guys are really milking this idea, aren’tcha?

Finally, that took a while to get up.

I was hoping for a derby like this.

If there was ever a derby to include text, wouldn’t this be it?

Ahahahahahahaha - dibs on Vonnegut’s Slaughterhouse Five.

I’m surprised Moby D!ck isn’t on a “banned” list…

(stupid filter… making me change a perfectly legitimate book title)

Just stay away from Moby you know what. It will be rejected.

Unless it was the musician going around tripping people?

I was hoping for something challenging and original, not another recycled theme.

Joel, can we get some clarification? Is it specifically book titles, or can we also use the names of series? Many book series, trilogies, cycles, etc. have separate names.

Also, can we get a clarification of whether the titles of short stories are allowed or not? If it’s strictly books, most short stories won’t qualify.

Looks like it’s time to get me to a library.

I can’t wait for “Everybody Poops”.

You might have more fun at a nunnery. :stuck_out_tongue:

Was that from Hamlet or another one?

Hmm… more clarification! Are plays allowed?

Deja Vu… I guess I’ll go to and try to go back to when I had time to read… :stuck_out_tongue:


Oh wait… it doesn’t have to relate to the book, so def just looking for clever titles… :smiley:

It’s all ready, now go vote!

Well I wasn’t around for the other ones, so it’s new to me. :stuck_out_tongue:

Hamlet is correct, sir.