Comment of the Day: When Lady Books Become Man Books

Thank God, Esquire has bravely stepped forward to publish fiction specifically for men. But why let them have all the control? Our commenters took the time today to re-imagine some popular women's titles and turn them into books for men. Really the whole thread is genius, but it was BoxMeowBox that got it started with this:

Fifty Shades of Camo.

Then Peppermint Butler stepped into the fray:

Comment of the Day: When Lady Books Become Man Books

Burt Jones's To-Do List

The Devil Wears Dockers

Jack Collins's "The Douchebag"

purpleprose78 added two gems:

Twilight: A Deer Hunter's Story
The Hunger Games: A competitive eater's memoir of hot dogs and chicken wings

BoxMeowBox had another stroke of genius:

Hello, God, Are You There? It's Me, Jayden.

Finally, kafe1357 brought it full circle:

50 Shades of Tree Bark

Kudos to all!

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