Or not. Depends on how you look at it.
In this third installment of our series on titles, we’ll look at humor.

Irony and Opposites

Thought-provoking humor may result from using words that say the opposite of what you really mean.

At a simple level, this might involve turning a virtue into a vice, or the reverse of this.

Popularly held beliefs about certain individuals or institutions are another source of inspiration.
Some examples:
“Truth”: A tale of deception.
“Valor”: A tale of cowardice, under fire.
“Guide to Gourmet England – A mini e-book”: Playing on the commonly held view that England’s native foods are notoriously bland.
“The Angelic Used Car Salesman”: A rare breed?
See you, in round four.