Tuesday, April 9, 2013

Top Ten Craziest Book Titles

Top Ten Craziest Book Titles

1. The Mullet: Hairstyle of the Gods, Mark Larson
*Holy Mullet!

2. Zen of Farting, Carl Japikse
*I think I'll cut some cheese to grate over my bean dip to enjoy this book. It's good for the heart.

3. How to Pee Standing Up: Tips for Hip Chicks, Anna Skinner
*Does this technique really require a book?

4. Wallbanger, Alice Clayton
*I actually read this one and I loved it. The humor was spot on hilarious.

5. 101 Super Uses for Tampon Applicators, Lori Katz and Barbara Meyer
*Way to be resourceful. Yhew!

6. Be Bold With Bananas, Crescent Books
* I ain't even touchin' that one.

7. Raising Smart Kids FOR DUMMIES, Marlene Targ Brill
*The perfect baby shower gift.

8. On Bullsh*t, Harry G. Franfurt
*With the amount of BS in this world, I bet this book is over 1,000 pages.

9. The Hollow Chocolate Bunnies of the Apocalypse
*I knew it! I knew those chocolate bunnies would come back for revenge. They keep making them bigger and bigger. The apocalypse is upon us in the form of leftover Easter candy!!!

10. Knitting With Dog Hair, Kendall Crolius
*There are no words.

Honorable Mentions:

11. A Brief History of Everything
*Oxymoron, anyone?

12. Goblin Proofing One's Chicken Coop, Reginald Bakeley
*This is a serious problem. I'm so glad there's a book that addresses this issue. I just can't seem to keep the goblins out.

13. The Big Coloring Book of Vaginas, Morgan Hastings
*Stocking Stuffers!!!

14. Living With Crazy Buttocks, Kaz Cooke
*I live everyday with a crazy buttocks!

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  1. A few years ago, I read "Hollow Chocolate Bunnies..." just for the title, and it was actually quite good.

    1. The title is so absurd you know it has to be good. I may just have to read it knowing you liked it.