Sunday, February 10, 2008

Sentences With Just Four Words

1) My armpit smells strange.
2) Look, Superman just tripped!
3) Is it in yet?
4) Chocolate is solid joy.
5) Soapy boobs are slippery.
6) Please don't ignore me.
7) Whose balls are these?
8) I just ate Fluffy.
9) It was an accident.
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Bonus sentences for Manic Monday,
where the theme word is "Heart"...

10) You broke my heart.
11) Die, you heartless bastard.
12) Koala hearts taste funny.
13) I hate candy hearts.
14) Got a "heart on"?

14 comments:

Yummy said...

What a creative way of doing it! Happy MM!

whall said...

Here, hold my beer.

Wait, officer, that's not...

Happy Valentine's day, sweetie...

I feel your pain.

I<3NY

maryt said...

Janna, these are fantastic! And so are your "6-word memoir" entries! Certainly a different take on "heart" :)

Mr. Fabulous said...

Sometimes chocolate is hollow joy, like with some Easter Bunnies.

the108 said...

My armpits smell fantastic.

I wish to say that I rutha lurve your Valentine's Day header. Vurry festive!

Sandee (Comedy +) said...

Love your Valentine's look. I also love how your mind works. Have a great MM. :)

Jamie said...

Janna,

Once more bouncing off the wall to make others smile. Nice heart you have there.

Mo said...

Love your new banner.

You named your burrito?

Hey, pull my finger!

Janna said...

Yummy: Thank you! :)

Whall: Thank you for the sympathy... I'll take all I can get!

MaryT: Excellent! Glad you liked them. I'd forgotten all about them until I saw your contest.

Mr. Fab: Good point. Hollow bunnies are a metaphor for dashed hopes. You expect solid chocolate, only to find nothing but air inside. Disappointment, in convenient chocolate form!

The108: Glad you like it. And congrats on the armpits!

Sandee: At this point I'm just glad THAT my mind works. Sort of.

Jamie: I try!

Morgen: Well, it WAS a fluffy burrito...

Mariposa said...

#11 crack me up! :D

Lynda said...

Sentences? Some of those are questions!

Janna said...

Mariposa: LOL! :)

Lynda: Yes.... Questions ARE sentences! Sentences can have periods OR question marks at the end. :) Or ellipses....

Lynda said...

Really....?

It's been so long since I had to know this stuff. I think it feel out my ear one night.

Janna said...

Lynda: Really and truly! :)