Reading is a very healthy hobby. Sometimes, book contents are so fascinating and useful that help readers look at the world with a brighter view. However, there are books that make readers have to question the author’s worldview right from the title. 

1. How To Talk To Your Cat About Gun Safety

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How To Talk To Your Cat About Gun Safety

This book along with this cumbersome title is about how to talk to your cat about “abstinence, gun safety, drugs, Satanism, and other dangers that threaten their nine lives”. With such a broad and weird topic, we wonder how the author will present their ideas in the book. 

2. Learning To Play With A Lion’s Testicles 

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Learning To Play With A Lion’s Testicles

We’re pretty sure that bookstores will put this book on the “Nature Survival Skills” shelf. Many readers are unsure about what the book’s opening will look like, and also hope that there won’t be any unfortunate events taking place.

3. How To Traumatize Your Children

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How To Traumatize Your Children

We can't help wondering which types of parents the author of this book actually is. Anyway, make a round of applause to congratulate the author on successfully “traumatizing” young readers just with the book’s title. 

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4. Everything I Want To Do Is Illegal

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Everything I Want To Do Is Illegal

Another confusing book title of the list. It brings a thrilling feeling and even sounds a little bit dangerous despite its bright-looking cover. 

5. What To Say When You Talk To Yourself

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What To Say When You Talk To Yourself

Not sure what kind of readers that this book is aiming at. In real life, these are signs that someone needs psychological assistance from a specialist.

6. How To Fake Your Own Death

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How To Fake Your Own Death

This book is probably most suitable for detective novel fans or those who intend to write detective novels. 

7. 50 Ways To Eat Cock

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50 Ways To Eat Cock - Healthy Chicken Recipes With Balls?!!

The author is possibly playing with words or showing off their great sense of humor. However, under many readers’ perspectives, the key phrase “cock with balls” used on the book’s cover does hit them hard. 

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