Twitter provides some pretty funny and clever literary quips and we’re proud to be a part of the Twitter literary community. Over the last couple of days, the #LiteraryTypos hashtag has been trending to hilarious effect, showing some real imagination and creativity.
These games are so much fun to get involved in, but they’re also a great way to find new followers and seek out all the best literary members of the Twitterati. Here are a few of our favourites from the #LiteraryTypos hashtag, why not head over there and get involved yourself?
— Yaron Melman (@NrouteHQ) April 14, 2017
Some people even got a little political about the entire thing.
— President Bannon (@POTUSteveBannon) April 14, 2017
While others used hilarious visual aids
— Kevin Gonzalez (@typekev) April 14, 2017
Barnes & Noble stepped in to remind us that #LiteraryTypos aren’t really a joke in the funniest way.
The typos continue over on Twitter right now, check out the latest ones here or tell us your own in the comments!
Anyone who has read or seen the tragedy would know that the plight of the poor youngsters may have been prevented if a letter had arrived on time. Their deaths were at the hands of a late delivery! Perhaps Royal Mail had neglected to remember that fact when they chose this play over LITERALLY ANY OTHER.
Twitter became awash with snarky comments from ‘um actually’ types who couldn’t wait to let Royal Mail know their mistake.
During a TED talk yesterday. author and computer scientist Ray Kurzweil introduced a new search engine called ‘Talk to Books‘, a tool which scans over 100,000 volumes in Google Books and brings users insightful and interesting answers from relevant titles. Read More
The eight titles below have had their titles removed and had a bit of harsh reality in its place. If you have any more ideas for brutally honest book titles- do let us know!
From drug taking to sexuality- nothing is off limits with these altered Ladybird book titles. The combination of obscenity and cutesy, retro drawings we know and love make for a very funny and entertaining read.