This Guy Makes Fake Book Covers And Reads Them In Public

While some people might hide behind super smart book covers, pretending to read them to look highly educated, nobody pretends to read books to make themselves look weird or creepy. Nobody but comedian Scott Rogowsky that is. Not only that, but he did it on the New York subway, one of the busiest subway systems in the world. In full view of other passengers.

Reading a fake book in public.

Reading a fake book in public.

Reading a fake book in public.

Reading a fake book in public.

Reading a fake book in public.

Reading a fake book in public.

Rogowsky said very few people talked to him about the books he was reading. “I mostly got chuckles and guffaws and gasps. About a dozen people took photos, trying their best to be surreptitious. One girl pretended she was putting on makeup, using her phone as a mirror, when really she was snapping away.” If you are wondering how he managed to keep a straight face then the answer is simple. “It was actually the autobiography of Madeleine Albright under these book covers. The book titles that got the best reactions were Gay Garfield and 10,000 Dick Pics”.

Reading a fake book in public.

Reading a fake book in public.

Reading a fake book in public.

Reading a fake book in public.

Reading a fake book in public.

Reading a fake book in public.

Reading a fake book in public.

Reading a fake book in public.

Reading a fake book in public.

Reading a fake book in public.

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7 thoughts on “This Guy Makes Fake Book Covers And Reads Them In Public”

  1. The one with human taxidermy is not funny. Showing this in public will get you arrested in Germany.

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  2. …if she’s mortified and offended, or secretly amused. But asks if this is another “wonder” courtesy of AI.

  3. “The one with human taxidermy is not funny. Showing this in public will get you arrested in Germany.”

    You sure? I certainly wouldn’t do it, but I don’t see to get in lasting trouble for that. At the most you will have to answer to a police patrol.

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