Wordplay Thursday #109

Wordplay Thursday

Welcome to Wordplay Thursday!

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.

“His alibi was as _____ as _____.”

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

“His alibi was as flimsy as wet cardboard.”

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!

And thanks to Mark Johnson, Theresa, Tommy Kib, Debbie Davidson, Ken Matthiesen, Mike Baker, Nila, Jeff Green, Debbie Convoy, Nick S., Linda Keser, Joe Sly, Kim Kondrashoff, Carol Katterjohn and everyone else for your great additions to Wordplay Thursday #108 (read it here)! Great job!

Wordplay Thursday is a great way to the get the creative juices flowing and get some songs started. But what about finishing songs? Sometimes that can be more difficult. That’s why I’ve written “Finish Your Song! 20 Ways To Overcome Creative Roadblocks.” Click here to find out how to finish more songs faster and better. Or click on the image below. Thanks!

God Bless,

Brent

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14 thoughts on “Wordplay Thursday #109”

  1. His alibi was as full of holes as a fishing net
    His alibi was as shaky as a rotten front porch
    His alibi was as solid as a roller coaster in motion
    His alibi was as holey as his Sunday blue jeans
    His alibi was as weak as a flickering candle
    His alibi was as holey as those fishnet stockings

  2. His alibi was as believable as a campaign speech.

    His alibi was as wild as his youth.

    His alibi was as mixed up as the shoes on his feet.

    His alibi was as honest as corner store crab meat.

    His alibi was as true as his love for her.

  3. His alibi was…
    as tight as the knot on a balloon.
    as suspicious as a trenchcoat in July.
    as thin as a scalpel’s edge.
    as shady as a yoga mat under a banyan tree.
    as solid as a gymnast’s abdomen.

  4. “His alibi was as _____ as _____.”
    -thin as a wedding night gown.
    -solid as ice on a pond in august.
    -shakey as a California quake.
    -lame as a two legged mule.
    -believable as if george washington gave it.

  5. His alibi was …
    as thin as his Twitter biography
    as pale as his sigh under pressure
    as silly as James Bond retiring to an orphanage

  6. His alibi was as___as___
    distinctive as peach cobbler..
    as sweet as the Way..
    as painless as the Truth..
    as immovable as mindfulness.

  7. His alibi was as:

    … as airtight as pre-shrunk plastic wrap
    … as airtight as an astronaut’s spacesuit
    … as weak as an infant with the flu
    … as flimsy as a silk negligee
    … as flimsy as cellophane in the breeze

  8. His alibi was as:
    .. airtight as pre-shrunk plastic wrap
    .. airtight as an astronaut’s space suit
    .. flimsy as a silk negligee
    .. flimsy as cellophane in the breeze
    .. weak as an infant with the flu

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