New York Competition No. 44: Replace a Word With ‘Kitten’

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Welcome back to the New York Magazine Competition. On alternate Mondays, we lay out a challenge and offer a sample responses. Enter in the comments section, or on Twitter with the hashtag we’ve provided, and the editors will select a winner. Criteria are highly subjective, but heavily retweeted and favorited posts will have an advantage. The prize is a year’s subscription to New York in print or a two-year subscription to the iPad edition (winner’s choice). Full rules are here.

COMPETITION NO. 44: “REPLACE A WORD WITHKITTEN.’” Please modify a familiar phrase, title, or aphorism by replacing a word with “kitten” or “kittens.” For example:

Star Wars: The Kitten Strikes Back
The New York
Times: “All the kittens that are fit to print.”
The Unbearable Lightness of Kittens
Everything You Always Wanted to Know About Kittens (But Were Afraid to Ask)

Enter on Twitter with the hashtag #replaceawordwithkitten, or in the comments thread below, by April 2.

RESULTS OF COMPETITION NO. 43: “SHOWS FOR BROS,” in which you were asked to offer a TV show tailored to the dude sensibility. 

HONORABLE MENTION TO:

A’ight, Claudius
RustyShackelford

Bar Trek
OldYeller62

Charles in Charge of the Remote
gianna13

The Six Million Dollar Man Cave
KathleenS

The Big Breasts Theory
rmtmiller

The Screw-and-then-Dump Mindy Project
gmg22

The Dick Von Dutch Show
BambooLounge

American Horror Story: Fraternity Row 
dimestorekarma

Everybody Loves Ray-Bans
nycityofmind

Not Very Blackish
RegisMayhem

One Tree Murray Hill
Classicist

Tank Top Chef
JDuggar

Sleepy, Hollow
@DannyGroner 

NBC Nightly Brews
EBarb

Friends: Special Victims Unit
queasyrider

The Douche of Hazzard
kaboomm

How I Met and Banged Your Mother 
NY8

Just Beer Me
@elizabethwisker 

AND THE WINNER IS

I Love Lucy But I’m Not In Love With Lucy
kaboomm