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  1. William S. Burroughs’ The Little Engine That Shot Its Wife
  2. Green Eggs And Ham On Rye by Charles Bukowski
  3. A Clockwork Orange: My First Book Of Colors And Time by Anthony Burgess
  4. Are You There, God? It’s Me, Esther by Sylvia Plath
  5. Justine And The Terrible, Horrible, No Good, Very Bad Day by the Marquis De Sade
  6. Franz Kafka’s Metamorphs #1: Insectified
  7. Henry Miller’s The Cheerful Little Tugboat Crosses The Equator
  8. The Horse And His Boy by Peter Shaffer
  9. D.H. Lawrence’s I’ll Love You Forever
  10. How The Grinch Stole The Best Minds of My Generation by Allen Ginsberg


supermonkeyx


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Sweet, I finally have a required reading list for my children.

Thanks Woot!

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howdoesth


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You're never going to get ahead in humor by making jokes that require people to know things about stuff. :/

sTyLeS


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howdoesth wrote:...know things about stuff.



I wonder which of us, howdoesth, fall into this category.

grawk


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Ah, but Shel Silverstein's real work, The ABZ Book is easily as good as those fake ones .


I is for Ink. What rhymes with Ink? D R _ _ _.

E is for Egg. See the Egg. The Egg is full of Slimey Gooey White Stuff and Icky Yellow Stuff. Do You Like To Eat Eggs?

E is also for Ernie. Ernie is the Genie who lives in the Ceiling. Ernie loves Eggs. Take a Nice Fresh Egg and Throw it as High as You Can and Yell "Catch, Ernie" "Catch The Egg!" And Ernie will reach down and catch the egg.

roningaijin


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This entire list went over my head.

quarlesr


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How about this one...

"POP goes the hampster and other great microwave games"


soliver


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quarlesr wrote:How about this one...

"POP goes the hampster and other great microwave games"



I'm sorry, but that is absolutely inexcusable.

Hamsters don't pop. They explode.

And they don't have a 'p' in them either.

compu829


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Don't forget about "Politically Correct Bedtime Stories: Modern Tales for Our Life & Times"
by James Finn Garner. (Yes, It is a real book). Also, anything by Roald Dahl.

jaburg


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I forwarded this only to people I know will get half of them.
It was a pretty short list.

dontwantaname


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grawk wrote:Ah, but Shel Silverstein's real work, The ABZ Book is easily as good as those fake ones .


I is for Ink. What rhymes with Ink? D R _ _ _.

E is for Egg. See the Egg. The Egg is full of Slimey Gooey White Stuff and Icky Yellow Stuff. Do You Like To Eat Eggs?

E is also for Ernie. Ernie is the Genie who lives in the Ceiling. Ernie loves Eggs. Take a Nice Fresh Egg and Throw it as High as You Can and Yell "Catch, Ernie" "Catch The Egg!" And Ernie will reach down and catch the egg.



Shel Silverstein wrote for Playboy?!?!? It is amazing what you can find out following google links.


WE LURV YOU TOO! Dork!!!
No greater love is lost than that not shared.

patrish


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You didn't tell us where to buy them....


If you find a picture of me online, it isn't really me!

Snapster


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Don't forget -- after bedtime stories, it's time for bath:

http://www.theonion.com/content/news/johnson_johnson_introduces_nothing

skyjellyfetti


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Harold and the Purple Microdot by Timothy Leary