Funny book covers and titles

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funny book covers and titles

Classic Childhood Books With Updated Titles Are Beyond Hilarious

This website uses cookies in order to enhance your experience. Please review our Privacy Policy to learn how we may use cookies and how you can change your browser settings to disable cookies. By continuing to use this website without changing your settings, you consent to our use of cookies. Psychotherapists live their entire professional lives confronting neurosis, anxiety, and past trauma. But psychotherapist, artist, and author Johan Deckmann has no problem finding the humor in the dark side of humanity. The Copenhagen-based artist has combined his love for psychotherapy and creativity into a series of fictional self-help book covers that expose the secret thoughts and feelings that most people have but never communicate.
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Remember Scott Rogowsky? People laughed, giggled, gave him weird stares, and took a few snaps. Like on Facebook. The video has been well-received among netizens. In fact, it immediately got over , views after it was published just last May 16, Slow clap for the two pranksters! Which covers were among your your favorites?

For the sophisticated lady, with other raunchy comments you shouldn't really talk about. Are you naturally gifted, or just a hard worker? Edited by some asians with a forward by some nerds. A guide for men who are having trouble seeing women as people and not as alien sex dispensers. Besides, it's pretty. Celebrate your canine listening skills with this funny book cover about dogs. Perfect for dog lovers, or people who just hate cats.

There is no shortage of terrible book covers for the classics, and scrolling through these abominations on the internet is always good for a laugh. Titles by Austen, Shakespeare, and Dickens that have crossed into the public domain are part of a never-ending assembly line of cheap reprints saddled with bafflingly ugly covers. Amateur Photoshopping and corny stock images abound. More often than not, the cover art is misleadingly sexy for the purpose of driving sales. Among the endless, nameless print-on-demand publishers producing this crap, one name stands out: Wordsworth Classics. Wordsworth Classics came into this world in , the product of UK-based publisher Wordsworth Editions.

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