Contents
    CATCHER IN THE AMERICAN EXPRESS
    In the style of J.D. Salinger

    PLEASE DON’T SQUEEZE THE CHARMIN
    In the style of Bernard Malamud

    THE GOLDEN ARCHES
    In the style of William Carlos Williams

    WHERE’S THE BEEF?
    In the style of Friedrich Nietzche

    I CAN SEE MYSELF IN THE DISHES
    In the style of Nathaniel Hawthorne

    REACH OUT AND TOUCH SOMEONE
    In the style of Gertrude Stein

    ALKA-SELTZER
    In the style of Kurt Vonnegut

    ROSIE’S DINER
    In the style of Ernest Hemingway

    OWN A PIECE OF THE ROCK
    In the style of Arthur Miller

    RING AROUND THE COLLAR
    In the style of Albert Camus

    i wish i were an oscar mayer wiener
    In the style of e.e. cummings

    TIDY BOWL
    In the style of Herman Melville

    SHOUT IT OUT
    In the style of William Shakespeare

    PUT A TIC-TAC IN YOUR MOUTH
    AND GET A BANG OUT OF LIFE
    In the style of Carlos Castaneda

    LET YOUR FINGERS DO THE WALKING
    In the style of Robert Frost

    THE COCA-COLA MANIFESTO
    In the style of Karl Marx

    THE MAIDENFORM WOMAN
    In the style of Jane Austen

    RABBIT KEEPS GOING AND GOING
    In the style of John Updike


    THE AVON LADY
    In the style of Emily Dickinson

    ONE FLEW OVER THE CUCKOO
    FOR COCA PUFFS
    In the style of Ken Kessey

    DR. PEPPER AND MR. HYDE
    In the style of Robert Louis Stevenson

    CHARLIE TUNA
    In the style of F. Scott Fitzgerald

    O FAB! I’M GLAD!
    In the style of Walt Whitman

    A TALE OF TWO DEODORANTS
    In the style of Charles Dickens

    FLY THE FRIENDLY SKIES
    In the style of Erica Jong

    PORTRAIT OF THE LEPRECHAUN
    AS A YOUNG MAN
    In the style of James Joyce

    IT’S NOT NICE TO FOOL MOTHER NATURE
    In the style of Edgar Allen Poe

    TONY TIGER
    In the style of William Blake

    MMMM, MMMM, GOOD
    In the style of Upton Sinclair

    RAID KILLS BUGS DEAD
    In the style of Franz Kafka

    REESE’S PEANUT BUTTER CUP
    In the style of William Faulkner

    THE GOOD NEWS RAZOR
    In the style of Sylvia Plath

    GREY POUPON MUSTARD
    In the style of Tom Wolff

    ONLY HER HAIR DRESSER KNOWS
    FOR SURE
    In the style of Agatha Christie

    MAYTAG’S COMPLAINT
    In the style of Philip Roth

    WHEN I BITE INTO A YORK PEPPERMINT PATTIE
    In the style of Hunter S. Thompson

    THE MANICURIST’S TALE
    In the style of Geoffrey Chaucer

    LIFE AND PUNISHMENT
    In the style of Fyodor Dostoyevsky

    THE ADVENTURES OF JOE ISUZU
    In the style of Mark Twain

    TAKE THE NESTEA PLUNGE
    In the style of Henry David Thoreau

    THE RIME OF CAP’N CRUNCH
    In the style of Samuel Coleridge

    EXCEDRIN HEADACHE #22
    In the style of Joseph Heller

    THE UN-COLA
    In the style of George Orwell

    WE BRING GOOD THINGS TO LIFE
    In the style of Mary Shelley

    FILL IT TO THE RIM WITH BRIM
    In the style of Dr. Seuss

    THE KEEBLER ELVES
    In the style of Jonathan Swift

    M&M’S MELT IN YOUR MOUTH,
    NOT IN YOUR HANDS
    In the style of Ayn Rand

    MY WIFE, I THINK I’LL KEEP HER
    In the style of D. H. Lawrence

    SNAP, CRACKLE, POP
    In the style of Lewis Carroll

    THERE’S NOTHING LIKE THE FACE
    OF A KID EATING A HERSHEY BAR
    In the style of Vladimir Nabokov