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Fake book covers to give the illusion of risque reading

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Now, I know fake books already exist, but they are for other usages, these book covers can contain perfectly mundane titles, so giving the illusion of a more risque inclination.

The most obvious one is a fake "Scouts in Bondage", closely followed (by the same author) by "Trawler Boy Dick".

I have decided to exclude Horatio Alger, on the grounds he was (allegedly y'r honour) a bit pervy anyway.

So, no longer need that ISO 9001 manual give away a mundane reading habit, simply put it in the fake sleeve and ate voila, your kudos are restored!

not_morrison_rm, Jul 01 2014


       50 Shades of Gray: user warranty for your low-end black and white security camera.
RayfordSteele, Jul 01 2014

       Pondered on the 1902 classic "Grimm Tales Made Gay", but it's not very funny, hence excluded.
not_morrison_rm, Jul 01 2014

       Hey, I've got a well worn copy of ISO 9001:2008 Rev. E that I carry around on a daily basis...
normzone, Jul 01 2014

       WKTE - numerous examples of geeks reading PC World concealed in a soft porn magazine ...
8th of 7, Jul 01 2014

       [8th] I think all your example may actually be not-so-bright geeks (of who there are surprisingly many) who have somehow managed to accidently fold their PC world inside their porn instead of vice-versa.   

       But that aside agree, fake covers, even fake books (empty boxes with book covers to fill out an otherwise empty bookcase) have been done.
Skewed, Jul 01 2014

       Flashing Neon battery operated cover:   

       "50 Showgirls Inside!" With Sidewalk Barker Audio   

       'step right up... see the girl with three... only a buck... etc.'
popbottle, Jul 01 2014


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