"Freud is dead but his slips are alive and well!"
I wanted to write a book about the cyber space war between Professor Anonymous and the Doctor. I could not make up my mind about the title; too many suggestions and ideas. Can I ask for your help to make up my mind? Please! This book is neither "pro-Anonymous" nor "pro-Doctor".
Here are some titles that under consideration for now. Either help me to point to one or come up with yours or just ask me to shut up and forget about it. (I prefer the later!). Here we go:
The Hunchback of Boston Verses the Cowboy in Texas
The Devilish & the Derwish- a love story
Short Slips vs. Tall Slips
"The Doctor and I", by: the Professor.
"The Professor and I" by: the Doctor.
"The Doctor, the Professor and I" by: Dar Daa.
"The Anonymous Con-Theory", by: the Doc.
"The Road to Al Dordado" by: Citizen Urbane.
"Libyans Listen up…" by: Wa Ashrah Laha
" 'Doddy' my Friend", by: the featherless Bird.
" 'Daddy' the man", by: Doctor, NO.
"Green Tea or Red Tea" by: Bagleonion & Kakawiya.
"The Libyan Slips of all time" Co-authors: David & Goliath
"1001 Slips" or " The Libyan Nightmare" by: Slick & Slippery.
"Libyan Slips are the Best" by: Sigmund Freud
"WE, The Two Stooges" by: Two Guys from Benghazi.
"My Two Good Friends; Sholgoom wa Bolghoom" by: Sharmoola.
"We Doctors are Humans II " by: DeShisha
"Gone with the WIN" by: Ali Baba and 14 Hareimi (not the dish).
"I am not who you think I am, but I agree with Me" by: HDNM (Height Does Not Matter)
"Weekend in New England- A Texas Ranger Dream" by: The Fistful.
"To Slip or Not to Slip, that's the question" by: The Mid-Evil Quarterly.
"Anonymous, You can hide but you can't run the Boston Marathon" by: The Boxer.
"There are more slips committed by Anonymous and the Doctor than anyone else" by: Abu Nidal
By: Slips any one!
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* "The term "Freudian slip" is derived from psychoanalytic theory and therapy which was founded by Sigmund Freud. A Freudian slip is a mistake or substitution of words either spoken (lapsus linguae) or written (lapsus calami). The mistake is contrary to the conscious wishes of the person speaking or writing. Freud believed that such "slips" come from subconscious and repressed wishes which are expressed through the erroneous word or words -- either spoken or written. Most of the time people do not even realize that they have made the error, and are often embarrassed when others point out their "slip" to them." From : Freudian Slip Definitions.