10 o’clock list: Textbook Titles That Could Be Confused With Erotic Fiction

Bad in all the right ways (via businessinsider.com).

Once you get out of high school, the social sciences and humanities have really weirdly-named textbooks (sorry STEM people, but most of y’all’s stuff is named so dryly). Gotta make your book stand out somehow, I guess. But sometimes I think author’s can miss the mark just a bit. Or maybe it’s my overactive imagination. Probably both. Here’s a list of some textbook titles and the erotic novels they could possibly contain inside.

1. The Bankers’ New Clothes: What’s Wrong with Banking and What to Do about It by Anat Admati and Martin Hellwig. Class: Money & Financial Markets. In what could be the most daring Wall Street thriller of the year, The Bankers’ New Clothes would be about a recent business school grad who rises the ladder of success while simultaneously climbing her boss. She also saves the United States’s economy by accidentally sitting on a keyboard while they’re doing it. Continue reading