Better Book Titles, conceived by Dan Wilbur, is a wit-crit site that reconfigures book titles. Sometimes pithy, sometimes inappropriate, Wilbur posts old book covers with new titles. The Great Gatsby he calls Drink Responsibly. And he reimagines Eric Carle’s children’s classic The Very Hungry Caterpillar as Eat Until You Feel Pretty.
Don’t Judge A Book By Its Existing Cover : NPR

Better Book Titles, conceived by Dan Wilbur, is a wit-crit site that reconfigures book titles. Sometimes pithy, sometimes inappropriate, Wilbur posts old book covers with new titles. The Great Gatsby he calls Drink Responsibly. And he reimagines Eric Carle’s children’s classic The Very Hungry Caterpillar as Eat Until You Feel Pretty.

Don’t Judge A Book By Its Existing Cover : NPR

It’s Almost A Beatles Song: ‘I’m In Love’
Neil  Innes may play guitar and sing, but you come for his wit, not his  guitar  chops. You may know Innes as a member of Monty Python’s Flying   Circus, or from the psychedelic jazz and art rock crazies The Bonzo Dog  Doo-Dah Band. Or maybe you  thought The Rutles had a keen place in  British rock invasion history  only to learn (spoiler alert) that  they’re only satirists  dressed in Piccadilly parody.
VIDEO: Neil Innes: Tiny Desk Concert : NPR

It’s Almost A Beatles Song: ‘I’m In Love’

Neil Innes may play guitar and sing, but you come for his wit, not his guitar chops. You may know Innes as a member of Monty Python’s Flying Circus, or from the psychedelic jazz and art rock crazies The Bonzo Dog Doo-Dah Band. Or maybe you thought The Rutles had a keen place in British rock invasion history only to learn (spoiler alert) that they’re only satirists dressed in Piccadilly parody.

VIDEO: Neil Innes: Tiny Desk Concert : NPR

The news from Libya is sad, but this AP style note reminded us of…

Announcer: And now, “SNL Newsbreak”, with anchor Brian Doyle-Murray. Brian Doyle-Murray: Good evening, I’m Brian Doyle-Murray. Our top story tonight: This man, Libyan leader, Col. Moammar Kadaffi, has been the study of intense news coverage this week by every major news origanization in America. However, every time his name appears in print, it has a different spelling. The Chicago Tribune spells it K-H-A-D-A-F-Y; The Los Angeles Times spells it K-A-D-A-F-I; Newsweek Magazine, K-A-D-D-A-F-I; TimeMagazine, G-A-D-D-A-F-I; The Wall Street Journal, Q-A-D-H-A-F-I; The Washington Post, Q-A-D-D-A-F-I; The New York Times, el-Qaddafi. My personal favorite is from the comic book publishers - Kadaffy Duck. Brian Doyle-Murray: How do you spell Kadaffi? Let us know. [ news screen scroll many weird spellings of Kadaffi ] Our news research department has determined that no two people spell it alike. Send us your spelling of Kadaffi, and remember, it can’t be the same as any of these spellings you’re seeing on the screen right now. The most original spelling of the Libyan leader’s name will be awarded a one-way ticket to Tripoli - that is, if your passport allows you to go there. so, send that in, let us know how you spell Kadaffi! 
(Saturday Night Live Transcripts)

The news from Libya is sad, but this AP style note reminded us of…

Announcer: And now, “SNL Newsbreak”, with anchor Brian Doyle-Murray. 

Brian Doyle-Murray: Good evening, I’m Brian Doyle-Murray. 

Our top story tonight: This man, Libyan leader, Col. Moammar Kadaffi, has been the study of intense news coverage this week by every major news origanization in America. However, every time his name appears in print, it has a different spelling. The Chicago Tribune spells it K-H-A-D-A-F-Y; The Los Angeles Times spells it K-A-D-A-F-I; Newsweek Magazine, K-A-D-D-A-F-I; TimeMagazine, G-A-D-D-A-F-I; The Wall Street Journal, Q-A-D-H-A-F-I; The Washington Post, Q-A-D-D-A-F-I; The New York Times, el-Qaddafi. My personal favorite is from the comic book publishers - Kadaffy Duck. 

Brian Doyle-Murray: How do you spell Kadaffi? Let us know. [ news screen scroll many weird spellings of Kadaffi ] Our news research department has determined that no two people spell it alike. Send us your spelling of Kadaffi, and remember, it can’t be the same as any of these spellings you’re seeing on the screen right now. The most original spelling of the Libyan leader’s name will be awarded a one-way ticket to Tripoli - that is, if your passport allows you to go there. so, send that in, let us know how you spell Kadaffi! 

(Saturday Night Live Transcripts)