Less Interesting Books: Today's Twitter Trendlet

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The Twitter echochamber was consumed today by yet another trend: #LessInterestingBooks. Following in the vein of #LessAmbitiousMovies, users toned down great works into underwhelming literary flops. For example, The Great Gatsby became The Mediocre Gatsby, Fight Club became Pillow Fight Club, and so on. Below, we've collected some of our favorite short-form witticisms. Tweet your own contribution with the hashtag #LessInterestingBooks.



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Jared Keller is a former associate editor for The Atlantic and The Atlantic Wire and has also written for Lapham's Quarterly's Deja Vu blog, National Journal's The Hotline, Boston's Weekly Dig, and Preservation magazine. 

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