What If John Travolta Renamed Our Fave YA Novels?
By now, everyone in the world who has a television or owns a computer has seen the infamous moment when John Travolta mispronounced Idina Menzel's name at the Oscars. By accidentally renaming her "Adele Dazeem," he set off a flurry of internet snark. But we like to think that, instead of messing something up, he actually came up with an imaginative alternative. That got us thinking—what crazy, Bizzaro-world titles would Travolta come up with for our favorite YA novels? Our scientists in the MindHut lab tapped into JT's database (that's what he calls his brain) and found this amazing list. Check it out!
Harry Potter and the Sorcerer's Stone = Harley Pinzer and the Sceptic Sting
Beautiful Creatures = Brandishing Cronuts
The Perks of Being a Wallflower = The Parks of Walla Walla, Washington
Divergent = Deranged Mints
The Hunger Games = The Hankey-Gram
The Fifth Wave = The Filth Wig
The Fault in Our Stars = The Franklin Line Storm
Twilight: Breaking Dawn = Twerking Breakdown
Ender's Game = Grandma Jib-Jib
Warm Bodies = Wrap the Bubble Tea
Amelia Anne is Dead and Gone = Trevor Blandly Has a Head Cold
Not to mention these old school classics:
Harriet the Spy = Hair Nets Never Dry
Tales of a Fourth Grade Nothing = Trample the Freckled Grape Nectar
Are You There God? It's Me, Margaret = Can You Hear Me? I'm Eating Sherbet.
Translate your favorite book title to Travoltese below!