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Sunday, December 28, 2008

G - Sunday's Alphabet Prompt

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Suggested prompt...
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Grab your dictionary or visit Merriam Online...
find a nice big G word, an unusual one, one that
is thick on your tongue or twists it up.
garganutan
gangrenous
gyroscopic
Now, create something inspired from the word you picked.



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A Tribute to a Cheese

Take Handel's "Hallelujah" Chorus from his Messiah, remove the word "hallelujah" from the text, and substitute the word "gorgonzola" in its place. Sing zestfully. Follow up with platters of sliced gorgonzola and a nice Dom Perignon. Enjoy.

Repeat until gorgonzola and champagne are gone.

~ Hedgie




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6 comments:

Hedgie said...

A Tribute to a Cheese

Take Handel's "Hallelujah" Chorus from his Messiah, remove the word "hallelujah" from the text, and substitute the word "gorgonzola" in its place. Sing zestfully. Follow up with platters of sliced gorgonzola and a nice Dom Perignon. Enjoy.

Repeat until gorgonzola and champagne are gone.

Laura Jayne said...

Oh... so love this Hedgie!

And here so you all can sing properly - http://uk.youtube.com/watch?v=4Fu8YIG8uyQ

Shawn Michel de Montaigne said...

Garrulogian: the lost society of those who speak endlessly about nothing all day long.

Ian Buchan said...

Gremlin: a gremlin gets into my software when I'm despesately trying to make a mask for and old photo. The gremlin got inot my system when I tried to install a new SATA hard drive. Gremlins are encountered in all walks of life, clooging up or obstructing the things you're trying to fix or work with. Originally i think used in the printing industry to justify unwanted typo's . I suspect soem gremlins are related to Murphy's Law:" if some thing can go wrong, sure as nuts it will".

Simply Heather said...

Look at me; I am ever so gorgeously made. Some may say I am quite "grandiose" but it is ever so important for you to have pleasure. Fix your ears upon my "grandiloquence". You must listen to my wisdom, the splendor of your hearing sense. What am I, you ask? Why, how could you not know this? I "gallivant" before and behind you causing you dizziness and you do not know who I am? The nerve of you...I am the "grandest", the "greenest", "Grasshopper" that you shall ever see!

CJ said...

I typed "gib" (don't know why I picked those letters) into my digital dictionary, and chose the first interesting word I found: "gibbous". If you can’t define it after reading my poem, I have failed.

BE CAREFUL WHAT YOU WISH FOR

When she was young, she wanted gibbous breasts.
In a few years, her manageable crests
Were replaced by heavy and bulbous humps.
Now she wishes she had her smallish lumps.

Soon all of her exuded gibbousness,
Which put mind and body in constant stress.
A few cookies here, crunchy munchies there,
Now she displays a gibbous derrière.

Her stomach protrudes extra gibbously.
Weight strains her ancient and arthritic knee.
So never wish for any gibbousness.
Like her, you could become a gibbous mess.