Fun Fridays – October 6, 2017

“Destroy a Book Title with One Word” A fun game to play today!

This hilarious pun-related exercise has been around for years but thought we might have fun with it today.

Below are some Christian book titles which either have a word added, a word changed, or a letter added or changed, with bizarre results! The first nine are my own creations and the rest are ones I’ve come across in the past. Please add your own to the list in the comments. Enjoy!

90 Minutes in TSA

God Gave Us Glue

Your Best Burp Now

The Acts of the Apostates

The Pursuit of Odd

Bad Girls of the Bible College

The Kingdom of the Dolts

Redeeming Coupons

Kittens Come Softly

The Great Divorce Lawyer

The Briefcase for Christ

In His Dub Steps

Rich Christians in the Age of Hunger Games

I Kissed Carbon Dating Goodbye

The Purse Driven Life

The Radio Shack

Heaven is for Real Housewives

 

I also had some fun with general market titles (the first seven are my own creation):

Celsius 232.778   (Okay I cheated…I changed two words. But technically the second is not a word.)

Blender’s Game

Iron Deficient Man

The Failure of Two Cities

Harry Potter and the Order of Two Cheeseburgers, Fries, and a Diet Coke

The Mysterious Affair with Style

Pat the Killer Bunny

To Cook a Mockingbird

Lord of the Fries

Horse Sense and Sensibility

For Whom the Taco Bell Tolls

And Then There Were Nuns

Furious George

The Whining

 

 

YOUR TURN!

10 Responses to Fun Fridays – October 6, 2017

  1. Katie Powner October 6, 2017 at 6:52 am #

    Bringing Up Boyfriends

    The Five Love Letters

    Pilgrim’s Protest

    • Katie Powner October 6, 2017 at 7:19 am #

      And I think Bad Girls of the Bible College is my favorite. And I also think it’s probably about me!

  2. Bob October 6, 2017 at 7:47 am #

    Websters Pictionary; The Cross and the Electric Switch

  3. Carol Ashby October 6, 2017 at 7:54 am #

    Piercing the Navel

    The Practice of the Presents of Gold

    My Utmost for the Highest (Memoir of a Pole-Vaulting Olympian)

  4. Amber Schamel October 6, 2017 at 9:25 am #

    Haha, these are great. Some of them might actually make great titles for the right book. Like The Pursuit of Odd or Rich Christians in a World of Hunger Games.

    Pride & prejudice and zombies is one of those that worked.

    Alright, I’ll try a few.

    The Magic of Sinking Big (I’m imagining a documentary about the Titanic and the revenue the sinking created.)

    Snow White and the Seven Barfs.

    Shotgun Wars: Attack of the Drones.

  5. Rebekah Love Dorris October 6, 2017 at 10:02 am #

    Forest Dump. (An expose on landfills)
    For Whom the Veil Rolls. (A how-to on dry-cleaning wedding dresses)
    A Farewell to Harms. (Documentary on rehabilitating villains)

  6. Stacy Thowe October 6, 2017 at 10:38 am #

    This is harder than it looks, but fun. So here it goes:

    The Hand that Rocks the Ladle (My personal favorite. This could actually be title for Cook book)

    Tuesdays with Morrie the Elephant.

    The Not-So-Great Gatsby

    Thanks for sharing this.

  7. Margo Carmichael October 6, 2017 at 10:43 am #

    Haha Gun game,,, , oops, typo, I was going to say fun game. Okay how about

    Have Fun Will Travel

    Midnight in the Olive Garden of Good and Evil

    Barefoot in the Dark in which Robert Redford breaks his toe in the tiny bedroom and divorces Jane Fonda

    Done with the Wind in which Don Quixote gives up

    Harry Hotter in which a late bloomer grows up

    Pride and Methodists (and the rest of us, of course.)

  8. Robin E. Mason October 6, 2017 at 10:57 am #

    Who Knocked over the Cuckoo’s Nest (i cheated, changed two words… )

    Anna Carolina

    Of Rice and Men

    Runaway Jewelry

    having too much fun with this, i could do this all day

  9. David Rawlings October 8, 2017 at 11:35 pm #

    Christian fiction, hey Steve?

    How about one of the biggest selling CF book series of all time: Left Unread? 🙂

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