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Who wants to play the book game again?

Asked by Stinley (11505points) March 11th, 2015

I asked this a while ago but who wants to play again with me? The rules are that there is a topic and you think of a book title then change the title to fit the topic. Puns are very acceptable. So for the topic of Crime, I chose Wuthering Heights but changed it to Wuthering Fights for my entry. Hope that’s clear.

Your topic is “Women” – since it was international Women’s Day on Sunday

Suggestions for topics welcome

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I’ll start:

Of Mice and Women

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Moby Vagina

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The Talented Mrs. Ripley

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Dombey and Daughter

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Daughters and Lovers

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Lady Chatterley’s Lesbian Lover

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Daniella Deronda

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“The Sound and the Fury”

wait, I didn’t change anything!

“The Red Badge of Courage”?

lets not go there! How about

“Madam Ovary”

Finally!

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The Maidenhead
The Daughter Also Rises

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“Fifty Shades of Wrong”

A novel written for women about men

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Plain Hair by Charlotte Bronte (Her style was not to dye)

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The Old Woman and the Sea.
To Her the Bell Tolls.
The Godmother.

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Drum Majorette Barbara.
Gentlewomen Prefer Baldies.

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Babes in Boyland
When Eight Belles Toll
Fifty Maids of Grey Hair
To Kill a Talking Bird
Game of Crones

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Seven Cocks for Seven Dwarves.

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Womandingo

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Far from the Maiden Crowd

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Julius Sieze-Her!

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“A Sale of Two Titties”

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“Alice’s Adventures in Walmart”

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“The Story of O verstock.com

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A Midsummer Wife’s Dream

Counting on Mounting Krista

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The Bowl, The Nipple and the Wardrobe Malfunction

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The Codfather (fishing families at war)

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Lay Miserable

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The Exorcistess!

Brianne’s Song.

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Hitchhiker’s Guide to the Kitchen

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Gisella’s Travels
The Great Dianna
Francine’s Pendulum
A Belle For Adrianna

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Harriet Potter and the Half-Blood Princess.
Harriet Potter and the Chamber of Secret Pancakes.
In Her Steps: What Would Jesussa Do?

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Foundation – Maybe it’s Maybelline xD

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Atlassie Shrugged.

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A Most Wanted Woman
The Man Who Walked into Doors
A Gathering of Insightful Old Women

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No Country for old Hags.
Ferfumes and Ladies in Las Vegas.

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I’m loving all your work. Ready for a new topic?

Food and Cooking

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Don Quichejote

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Adventure of Huckleberry Pie

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Ooooooh! Oooooooh!

What about “The Hunger Games”?

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Or the one by George Oral

“Nineteen Ate-at-Four

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The Quiche of the Spider Woman

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Kimchi Grows in Brooklyn

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The Three Musketeers Bars

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Or the one by James Eatermore Pooper – “The Last of the Mojitos” ok, so that is a drink, it could be food

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Fifty Shades of Grape

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Jane Pear

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Donna Quixote

La Bourgeoise Femme Gentille

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Lord of the Fries

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The Old Man and the Cerviche.

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The Dough also Rises.

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Across The Table and Into The Mouth Also by Hemmingway

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How to Cook up a Storm at the Whistle Stop Cafe
A History of Insect Cookery

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Catcher in the Rye Bread
Chocula
Frankenberry! ;-o
To Grill a Mockingbird.
Donkey Oatie.
JFK’s Profiles in Curry

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One Flew Over the Couscous Nest.
The Malty Falcon.
The Lady in the Cake
Of Rice and Men
Feast of Eden
The Winter of Our Dyspepsia

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A Christmas Carrot
A Kale of Two Cities

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Dr. Hilda Zhivago, Ob/gyn

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A Hitchhikess’ guide to the Honeymoon.

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Are we still talking about food? I don’t get those last 2 entries.

The Artichoke Heart of Darkness

Oliver Twist of Lemon

Wuthering Pies

Grape Expectations

Bleak House Dressing

The Olive Pit and the Pendulum

Gone With The Mints

Pie and Prejudice

Little Doritos (Charles Dickens, get it???)

Pilgrims Progressive Dinner Party

Brine Kampf (My Strudel)

The Art of Fondue (Benjamin Franklin)

The Crepe Gatsby

The Secret Garden Burger

MacRib (by William Shakespeare)

The Old Man and the Seafood Buffet

Brine and Punishment

Lord of the Hot Wings

A Midsummer Night’s Dreamsicle

Catch of the Day 22

The Strange Cake of Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde

All Croutons Great and Small

One Fish, Two Fish, Red Fish, Bluefin Tuna

The Poi Luck Club

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Sorry, I didn’t notice the category change.

Chili 44.
The Doughnut Code.
The Hunger Games (no change needed I think).
To Kill a BBQ Bird.

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@Kardamom, I thought the topic was women.

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@Stinley switched it mid-question. Some folk didn’t catch it.

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Ah… in that case…

The Call of the Wild Rice
and
The Souffle Also Rises

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A Spoon for the Misbegotten

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My Dad once referred to the movie “Love in the Afternoon” as “Love After Lunch.” True story.

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Animal Farm-Fed
The Catcher in the Rye Bread
The Naked Lunch Guest
The Prime Rib of Mrs. Brodie
To Kill and Cook a Mockingbird

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@Pachy Catcher in the Rye Bread – @Brian1946 got there before you but it is one of my favs so far :-)

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Banana Karenina by Leo Toadstool.

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Goodbye Mrs. Chips covers both categories.

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Shall we change the topic?

Since yesterday was Pi day (3/14/15 in American format) how about :

mathematics

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Ps feel free to give a title on any of the previous topics if you have a good one!

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Life of 3.14159….

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Math is my enemy, but oh well…

Subtracted Island.
Mathematic River.
Value’s Height.

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Flowers for Algebra

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Brave New Math

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A Farewell to Algebra

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For Whom the Bell Curves

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Great Calculations
The Counting of Monte Cristo
The Scarlet Number
The Sum Also Rises

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The Length of Pi

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Nineteen + Eighty Four

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The Remains of the Division

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One Flew Over the Cuckoo’s Nest, Two Flew Over the Cuckoo’s Nest, Three Flew Over the Cuckoo’s Nest

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My last bad pun, I promise…

The Mathin’ Chronicles

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Pinky Promise?

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What about A Calculus for Leibowitz?

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The Cosine of Four

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@rojo, I fibbed.

Far from the Mathing Crowd

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A Moon for the Mathbegotten

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Square Roots.

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Trigadoon

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Can we change the category now?

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As far as I’m concerned, go ahead.

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I suggest school.

The Big Doze.
Night Has a Thousand Homework.
The Schoolgirl in the Laboratory.

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War and PE

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The Grades of Wrath.

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Far from Maddening Homework
About a schoolboy

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The Silence of the Library.
A Modest Ph.D.
Cheating and Punishment.

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Homeroom is Where the Heart Is

School Magnolias

For Whom the School Bell Tolls

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The Picture of Dorian Gray By Little Johnny

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The Counting of Monte Cristo
(this would work for the mathematics one also!)

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