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Discussion in 'Games' started by Dr. Fudd, Jan 16, 2014.
These come to me often, I wonder if I'm alone?
I knew a scary woman that was a French Chef, she gave me the crepes.
I love this kind of wordplay. Do you have more?
Chalk a line and see if he's moving.
This washed up a minute before I posted it. There's an ocean of them in my brain waiting to beach themselves so we'll have to sea. Hopefully this will tide you over until then...
...running around like a chicken with it's legs cut off....once uttered on my radio show....
That might be a completely different thread, butchered sayings. Yours, quite literally.
...indeed...only thing I could think of on quick notice....ummm, "She said the wine tasted "off". Personally I think it's just sour grapes"....
I like it. I'm also a big fan of miss-quotes like your butchered chicken quote. Specially because it's a missquote, and it represents a literal butchered chicken. Mmmmmm delicious! My stepmother is Bohemian. She messes up every saying or wives tale that she's ever spoken. When she tells a joke, the telling of the butchered joke is funnier than the joke told correctly. It may or may not be a genetic predisposition, but I've heard from others that know Bohemians, that they do the same thing to sayings and jokes. My apologies to all the Bohemians I've just insulted.
"Go fly a kite" is what I say. not sure if this is a real saying or not.I just made it up! My image is actually someone flying a kite when I say it....
By all estimations, you're only about 85 years late in making up this quote.
My dear old Mom used to say "Oh - go fly a kite!" (She was born in 1925!)
So maybe you have been reincarnated notebookgirl
Ever since I read Joyland, I like saying "Not such of a much". Not my quote, 'tis Sai King's.
Hmm, Renee originals, I got nothing right now. But I'll work on it a bit.
Not sure where I got it. I am the only one who ever says it that I know! ha! I should have looked it up before I posted, but I will keep saying it! Better than saying the latter!
Yeah, stick with "go fly a kite", 'Go fly a latter' just doesn't have the same ring to it...
My parents came from Appalachia and they had all sorts of weird sayings. Funny thing is, when I talk to my relatives back there, I find myself slipping back into the same jargon.
didn't make this one up but I like it: If drinking a beer is the only sin I have, I'm well-blessed.