Wordplay Thursday #27

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Here’s a writing prompt for you. It’s a simple fill-in-the-blank. You can use one word or several. Feel free to get as crazy, genre-appropriate, or as imaginative as you want. The point is to get the creative juices flowing. And it’s a good thing to dig deeper, so don’t stop at the first idea that hits you. Try coming up with at least five things.

“The next door neighbors argue like _______.”

I’ll give you an example to get you started:

“The next door neighbors argue like Auburn and Alabama fans.”

I’d love to hear what you come up with, so please share in the comments. Oh, and please keep your posts below an R-rating. It’s a family show, after all!

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Thanks to everyone for your great additions to Wordplay Thursday #26 (read it here)! Great job!

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8 thoughts on “Wordplay Thursday #27”

  1. “The next door neighbors argue like my tires squealing on hot blacktop.”

    “The next door neighbors argue like Congress playing their party lines.”

    “The next door neighbors argue like sisters falling for the same boy.”

    “The next door neighbors argue like my son at bedtime.”

    “The next door neighbors argue like a headline story of TMZ.”

    1. The next door neighbors argue like…man and wife.
      The next door neighbors argue like…the North and South.
      The next door neighbors argue like…RikiTiki and the cobra
      The next door neighbors argue like…a bunch of courtroom lawyers
      The next door neighbors argue like…an umpire and the manager who just lost a tournament game.

  2. The next door neighbors argue like two beagles over a steak bone.
    The next door neighbors argue like opposite sides of a picket line.
    The next door neighbors argue like Ralph and Alice Kramden.
    The next door neighbors argue like it’s the last minute of a blue light special.
    The next door neighbors argue like exes.

  3. The next door neighbors argue like cats ‘n’ dogs.
    The next door neighbors oink like sows ‘n’ hogs. (Went outside the parameters with this one).
    The next door neighbors argue like water and oil.
    The next door neighbors argue like my wife.

  4. The next door neighbors argue like children fighting over a toy.
    like family deciding on pizza toppings.
    like a bride and a mother-in-law.
    like teen-age sweethearts.
    like Republicans and Democrats.

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