Wordplay Thursday #46

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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.

“Her skirt was shorter than __________.”

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

“Her skirt was shorter than a toddler’s attention span.”

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!

SHOUT OUT!

Thanks to Scott Clements, Matt Martoccio, Steve, Andrew Clayton, Debbie, Jessica Stewart, Jillian Silcox, Linda Mckenzie, Janet Goodman, Carrie Beck, Tommy Kib, Willa Thompson, Robert Sans, Ronnie Jones, Dan Retzlaff, Jerry Childers and Joseph Lekkas for your great additions to Wordplay Thursday #45 (read it here)! Great job!

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20 thoughts on “Wordplay Thursday #46”

  1. Her skirt was shorter than__________.
    – her parent’s appreciated.
    – the dress code ever considered.
    – her idea of style.
    – a poor man’s grocery list.
    – Tyson’s temper.

  2. Her skirt was shorter than the rising of the tide… just her way of letting go the pain she harbored deep inside~d

  3. Her skirt was shorter than just mowed grass
    She wiggled like a worm enticing bass
    Her voice was honey on the vine
    And I knew I had to make her mine

    That be how a pro do it!

  4. Her skirt was shorter than the leash she held on her man
    She don’t care what you say or where you stand
    She does things her way because she can

  5. Her skirt was shorter than the Gettysburg Address.
    Her skirt was shorter than a New York City minute.
    Her skirt was shorter than the Happy Birthday song.
    Her skirt was shorter than a pit stop at Indy.
    Her skirt was shorter than a preacher’s amen.

  6. Her skirt was shorter than sailor sex
    She looked at me and I was hexed
    Twenty years of broke and blue
    That’s my life with Cindy Sue

  7. “Her skirt was shorter than his wedding night”

    “Her skirt was shorter than it was in his dreams”

    “Her skirt was shorter than a member of the lollipop guild”

    “Her skirt was shorter than the 15 minutes of a one hit wonder”

    “Her skirt was shorter than a sermon on a summer sunday”

  8. Her skirt was shorter than an Indian Summer
    Her skirt was shorter than the 21st of December
    Her skirt was shorter than our love affair
    Her skirt was shorter than the longest days of winter

  9. Her skirt was shorter than a teenage romance.
    Her skirt was shorter than the time it took me to love her smile.
    Her skirt was shorter than Daisy Duke’s hot pants.
    Her skirt was shorter than the rules allowed.
    Her skirt was shorter than she thought a lady should wear it.

  10. Her skirt was shorter than…..
    A poor mans order,
    At a fancy restaurant.

    She diverted all attention,
    Causing lots of tension,
    Men trying to peek all nonchalant.

    But the women were smarter,
    As their men’s eyes drew farther,
    Glued on the short skirt debutante.

    Enjoy the view short and tight,
    You’re heading for a lonely night,
    As cold as January in Vermont.

  11. Her skirt was shorter than WOW
    Her skirt was shorter than a vacation
    Her skirt was shorter than Manson’s parole hearing
    Her skirt was shorter than a Mayfly’s life span
    Her skirt was shorter than each quick glance I gave

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