Inspired by the success of the "Barry Trotter" series of Harry Potter parodies, I decided I might be thinking of contemplating writing my own. Originally, I had envisioned a character named "Hairy Pothead", a mute stoner that was shipped off to an historic penitentiary facility and had all sorts of crazy adventures with the inmates (I got the idea after watching The Last Castle) But the names "Harry/Hairy Pothead" already exist in some lame-ass parodies from other, less talented and presumably child-murdering homosensual people. Therefore, I decided that if I were to write a a parody, it would be parody on the "concept and implementation" of Harry Potter instead of just the various incarnations of the franchise, and thus more of a satire than a parody. A name "Harry Butter" would be perfect to craft a satirical story dealing with the way the series was milked to death. However, "Hairy Butter" has the added benefit of communicating the vulgarity of some parts of the story to potential readers. But, there is some artist named "Hairy Butter" (no shit!) and thus I'm using it only unless that person complains, otherwise I'm switching to "Harry", IF I'm going through with it at all. Here's the first paragraph which I wrote about ten minutes ago; Obviously it's just a draft and therefore poorly constructed, but it gives you an idea of the tone of the book. So, according to you, should I or should I don't (do it)?