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Add a Word, Ruin a Christian Book

I am typically pretty disciplined in avoiding memes as they make their way around the Internet. Today, though, I made an exception when I saw the hashtag #AddaWordRuinaChristianBook showing up all over my Twitter feed. (After all, it’s my day off.) It’s simple: you add one word to a book and see how badly you can ruin it. The results have been pretty funny. Here are a few favorites:

Avett Brothers, We Are Not Professionals #AddaWordRuinaChristianBook

— Steve McCoy (@stevekmccoy) October 7, 2013

This Christmas Present Darkness #AddaWordRuinaChristianBook

— Marty Duren (@martyduren) October 7, 2013

Not a Ceiling Fan #AddaWordRuinaChristianBook

— Ted Olsen (@tedolsen) October 7, 2013

I Kissed Dating You Goodbye #AddaWordRuinaChristianBook

— Justin Boulmay (@JustinBoulmay) October 7, 2013

The Lion, the Witch, and the Wardrobe Malfunction #addawordruinachristianbook

— Christopher Hudson (@chudson71) October 7, 2013

The Message Bible #AddaWordRuinaChristianBook

— Doug Eaton (@doug_eaton) October 7, 2013

"Get Out of that Pit Stain." #AddaWordRuinaChristianBook

— Zeb Marcotte (@zebmarcotte) October 7, 2013

Surprised by Joy Behar #AddaWordRuinaChristianBook

— Bill LaMorey (@BillLaMorey) October 7, 2013

Heaven Is for Real Housewives #AddaWordRuinaChristianBook

— Tyler HuckaBOO! (@TylerHuckabee) October 7, 2013

Blue Like Jazz Hands #AddaWordRuinaChristianBook

— Jeff Lorow (@JeffLorow) October 7, 2013

Not a Bieber Fan #AddaWordRuinaChristianBook

— Mitchell Chase (@mitchellchase) October 7, 2013

The Valley of Night Vision #AddaWordRuinaChristianBook

— Ben Whisenant (@benwhisenant) October 7, 2013

What is a Healthy Church Casserole? #AddaWordRuinaChristianBook @ChrchCurmudgeon @MarkDever

— Lori McDonald (@aggiemcdonalds) October 7, 2013

Sticky Church Pew #AddaWordRuinaChristianBook @SBCmessenger

— Lori McDonald (@aggiemcdonalds) October 7, 2013

Tempted and Tried It #AddaWordRuinaChristianBook @drmoore

— Lori McDonald (@aggiemcdonalds) October 7, 2013

I Kissed Carbon Dating Goodbye #AddAWordRuinAChristianBook

— Brandon Ellis (@Brandon_M_Ellis) October 7, 2013

Not a Yankees Fan #AddaWordRuinaChristianBook @NPBlanco717

— Pace Holdbrooks (@thephobro) October 7, 2013

I French Kissed Dating Goodbye #AddaWordRuinAChristianBook

— Rachel Marie Stone (@Rachel_M_Stone) October 7, 2013

Don't waste your lifeboat by @JohnPiper #AddaWordRuinaChristianBook"

— Sharon Collins (@Tru3J0y) October 7, 2013

#AddaWordRuinaChristianBook This Year's Momentary Marriage

— Bitter Blue Betty (@BitterBlueBetty) October 7, 2013

Don't Waste Your Life Insurance #AddaWordRuinaChristianBook

— Steve Patton (@StevenPatton) October 7, 2013

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