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People Are Changing One Letter In Famous Book Titles To Parody Trump

"A Crockwork Orange."

Last updated on July 3, 2018, at 2:16 p.m. ET

Posted on September 1, 2017, at 11:48 a.m. ET

On Thursday afternoon, #RuinABookTitleInOneLetter started trending on Twitter. The hashtag challenged people to change one letter in the title of a famous book to completely change its perceived meaning.

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At first, people made general jokes about classic books.

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But things quickly turned political as many began using the hashtag to make jokes about President Trump.

Bride and Prejudice #RuinABookTitleInOneLetter

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A Crockwork Orange #RuinABookTitleInOneLetter

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The Secret Life of Pees #RuinABookTitleInOneLetter #peetape

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Fifty Shades of Cray #RuinABookTitleInOneLetter

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Some people also took the opportunity to make jokes about other political figures, like Steve Bannon.

Mystic Liver #RuinABookTitleInOneLetter

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And Mike Pence.

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Ann Coulter.

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To be fair, TWO letters were changed in this title.

Barack Obama.

The Audacity of Dope #RuinABookTitleInOneLetter

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And Joel Osteen.

Are You There Gold? #RuinABookTitleInOneLetter

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Well played, Twitter.

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