In 1968, a textbook for Shakespeare's Macbeth went missing from Walton High School in New York State. This is the sort of mystery no one expected to see resolved, probably because it wasn't a mystery at all.
When some people don't like a book, they complain to their friends. When others don't like a book, they actively set it on fire. Mostly what they do, however, is type out poorly-worded complaints about what they claim is a badly written excuse for a book.
Before there was Google, where did people go for answers to their obscure, specific, and sometimes alarming questions? They went to the library.
Happy Friday, party people! The work day is nearing it's end; it's almost time for you to unzip your pantsuit, pour yourself a glass of something strong, and get ready to live out all of your wild, wicked weekend dreams!
If you haven't heard of Milk and Vine, the hilarious parody book that gained a lot of attention last year, then you have seriously been missing out. Milk and Vine satirized Rupi Kaur's hit collection of poems, milk and h
The Lyttle Lytton contest, if you're so unfortunate as to be in the dark about this incredible competition, celebrates the worst opening sentences.
NSFW: Dinosaur Erotica Connoisseur Dr. Chuck Tingle Is Back at It Again, This Time with a Reddit AMA
Dr. Chuck Tingle is ridiculous. Ridiculously great, we think. The author of such memorable titles as Pounded in the Butt by My Own Butt and Gay T-Rex Law Firm: Executive Boner, has something of a cult following.
Your English professor assigned you a book. You didn’t read it.
Gasp. I know, I’m sorry. I hope I haven’t shattered your conception of reality. I hope I haven’t robbed you of gravity itself. I hope you still have access to oxygen on planet Earth.