thesis shmesis

school is hard and stressful. I’m trying to think of a title for my thesis and I just keep thinking up old trustys that already exist. it’s weird how I have no imagination. here is the product of my recent brainstorm. the brainstorm was filled with lightning and electricity. tell me know which ones you like best in the comments, and you could be a winner.

A River Runs Through It

Winter in the Blood

Tales From the Crypt

A Tale of Two Cities

Other Terrors Lurk (gospel website)

Lolita By Vladimir Nabokov (alice bolin)

Stop me if you’ve Heard This One

Only the Lonely

Lord of the Rings

The Newer Testament

Life is Painful

How to Win Friends and Influence People

A Contemplation of the Separated Evidence (thesis title generator)

Welcome to the Jungle

Welcome to the Jungle Book

After the Flood

My Thesis

Out After Dark

On the Slip

Instructions on How to Love

A Murder of Crows

Things that are Dead

Except on Fire

The End of the Affair

The Worst

Bury Me With It

Doom Revisited

The Davinci Code

Another One Bites the Dust

I’m Not Gay but My Boyfriend Is

What Not to Wear

Off the Rails

Forgetting Jacob Johnson

Armageddon Days are Here Again

A Loud Alarm

Several Exits

Addicted to Love in All the Wrong Places

She had it Coming

Oh No and Other Poems

The Dog in the Hat in the Nighttime

Two Guys, a Girl, and a Pizza Place

It's Not What you Think


8 thoughts on “thesis shmesis

  1. “school is hard and stressful.”

    I thought the same thing until I graduated and started working full time. Then I realized school is relaxed and wonderful.

  2. Definitely:
    “The Worst”
    “Addicted to Love in All the Wrong Places”
    “Oh No and Other Poems ”

    I think The Worst. It’s punchy.

  3. Entitlement Of Heroes and balls of string.

    (Cause classical references are always witty and show ur edification)

  4. @Susan – The Newer Testament is the name of Ted’s latest novel project. It’s about a cult. My thesis is not really about a cult.

    “The Worst” has become a serious contender. Let’s see what Kevin Canty thiiiinks…

  5. At the bookstore, my favorite question would be a great title. “Who wrote Dante’s Inferno?” I get that more often than I should.

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