Book lovers will really enjoy this one.
A hilarious hashtag swept over Twitter this morning and saw Irish people using their full creative faculties to desecrate centuries of top-notch Irish writing.
Using the hashtag #RuinAnIrishBookInOneLetter, twitter users attempted to alter famous literary titles with just a single character change.
And it yielded brilliant results.
Angela’s Rashes #RuinAnIrishBookInOneLetter
— Ballybane Library, consumers of salad. (@Ballybanelib) September 3, 2017
This probably isn’t what Frank McCourt had in mind for his popular memoire, published in 1996, though it certainly piques your interest.
The Book Of Kells
— máirt (@HolyHonda49) September 4, 2017
It seems as though the Book of Kells has been infused with some Fifty Shades.
The Book of Evidence
— James Conor Patterson (@JCPattz) September 4, 2017
Coronation Street fans will like this one. John Banville’s The Book of Evidence was given a TV twist with the addition of Dev Alahan, one of Corrie’s most long-standing characters.
How Many Miles To Babylon
How many piles to Babylon
— paul (@Hughes144Paul) September 3, 2017
Malone Diets #ruinanirishbookinoneletter
— bisted (@bisted) September 3, 2017
What would Samuel Beckett make of this?
P.S I Love You
P.S. I Love Yop#RuinAnIrishBookInOneLetter
— Ciarán Ó Raghallaigh (@Ciaran_O) September 3, 2017
This one really hits home for us. I mean, who didn’t love a good Yop back in the primary school days?
A Girl Is A Half-Formed Thing
A Girl Is a Half-farmed Thing #RuinAnIrishBookInOneLetter
— Irish Literary Times (@IrishLitTimes) September 3, 2017
To everyone who put their brains to the test this morning and came up with these genius titles, take a bow.