Who doesn't like to laugh? Get started with Texts From Jane Eyre And Other Conversations with Your Favorite Charactersopens a new window and then read on for more ways to tickle your funny bone.
FIFTY SHADES OF GREY
- Spend some time in the kitchen with Fifty Shades of Chickenopens a new window. How does Mustard-Spanked Chicken or Learning-to-Truss-You Chicken sound for dinner?
- Meet Earl Grey, who is ashamed of shopping at Wal-Mart on Sundays, in Fifty Shames of Earl Grey: A Parodyopens a new window.
- Hamilton mania swept the nation, but how do you feel about listening to Spamilton: An American Parodyopens a new window?
- Love Star Trek? Love to laugh? Try Redshirtsopens a new window, a Star Trek-esque parody that will make you laugh aloud. BONUS: the audiobookopens a new window is read by Will Wheaton who played Wesley Crusher on Star Trek: The Next Generation.
- All seven Harry Potter books are condensed into one graphic novel called Harry Potty and the Deathly Boringopens a new window.
THE LIFE-CHANGING MAGIC OF CLEANING UP
- Maybe we can't always clean, but we can read about The Life Changing Magic of Not Giving a F*uck: How to Stop Spending Time You Don't Have With People You Don't Like Doing Things You Don't Want to Doopens a new window.
- You didn't think we could leave out the Bard, did you? Try The Serpent of Veniceopens a new window, which is Shakespeare plus Edgar Allen Poe.
- Throw down some pop beats as popular songs are reimagined as Shakespearean sonnets in Pop Sonnets: Shakespearean Spins on Your Favorite Songsopens a new window.
THE HUNGER GAMES
- What if the Hunger Games are more about death than food? So argues The Hunger but Mainly Death Games: A Parodyopens a new window.
- What about a parody in graphic novel form? Try Hunger Painsopens a new window.
- William Shakespeare's The Phantom Menance: Star Wars Part the Firstopens a new window
- William Shakespeare's the Clone Army Attacketh: Star Wars Part the Secondopens a new window
- William Shakespeare's Tragedy of the Sith's Revenge: Star Wars Part the Thirdopens a new window
- William Shakespeare's Verily a New Hope: Star Wars Part the Fourthopens a new window
- William Shakespeare's The Empire Striketh Back: Star Wars Part the Fifthopens a new window
- William Shakespeare's The Jedi Doth Return: Star Wars Part the Sixthopens a new window
- William Shakespeare's The Force Doth Awaken: Star Wars Part the Seventhopens a new window
- Goodnight Darth Vaderopens a new window
- Vader's Little Princessopens a new window
THE LORD OF THE RINGS
- LOTR is incredibly long and detailed, so I couldn't help but laugh when I came across this title: Bored of the Rings: A Parodyopens a new window.
- Not enough zombies in your life? Spend some time with the Bennett sisters as they rid the English countryside of the undead in Pride and Prejudice and Zombiesopens a new window. Check out the graphic novelopens a new window version too! Or the "sequel" Pride and Prejudice and Zombies: Dreadfully Ever Afteropens a new window.
- What about sea monsters? Try Sense and Sensibility and Sea Monstersopens a new window to see if you can stay out of the clutches of sea monsters.
- Can cute neighbor boy Laurie stay away from the four March sisters in Little Vampire Womenopens a new window?
- That's right, stores can be parodied too! If you like quirky, Scandinavian goods and horror, read Horrorstoropens a new window.
DANTE'S THE DIVINE COMEDY
- Who says we can't introduce kids to the the Italian classic of a journey through hell by using Disney characters in Mickey's Infernoopens a new window?
ALICE IN WONDERLAND
- Do you sense a theme with zombies making good parodies? Here's another: Alice in Zombielandopens a new window.
- Upstanding valet Mr. Bates—I mean, Mr. Gates—is a secret agent in Agent Gates & the Secret Adventures of Devonton Abbey: A Parodyopens a new window.