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Ten Ways A Farmer Would Rewrite Classic Literature

by Anne_Miller_mt on ‎03-30-2014 09:28 PM

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In times of War and Peace, a farmer should be allowed a little Pride and Prejudice in rewriting the Classics. So here are ten (with a bonus five):

 

1) The Old Man and the Bee

2) Tender is the Carrot

3) Of Rice and Men

4) The Roguer in the Rye

5) For Whom the Weed Pulls

6) Catch 11-52

7) Their Eyes Were Watching the Cow

8) The Scarlett Header

9) Pride and Peaches

10) The Canning Jar

 

and...............

11) Uncle Tom's Calving

12) Gone with the Hail

13) The Tale of Two Seasons

14) White Frost

15) Great Yields

 

And there you have the Classics folks!

What'vya got? Post your best ones below!