Thursday, May 16, 2013

flippy floppy fuzzy friday fragments flow fast

I wonder if Mrs. 4444 favors the “f” sound in words over other sounds. As bloggers weave a wide wonderful wacky world on the web I find my ears listening for a wobbling “w”. Elmer’s wacky wabbit expressions wrecked my wrain. I had more fun with Donald Duck sounds but those have the flying spit problem.  I like to keep a clean screen.




Even though blogs can offer sounds, most focus on words so on with the words and the fragments they make.


Half-Past Kissin' Time


Oh it’s a slippery salsa slope I find myself on. It’s not just for tacos anymore. Hot salsa on Mother’s Day leftover breakfast casserole makes a Monday morning tasty. This could be the start of a salsa habit.

%%==creme tangerine==%%

Rubber cement (invented in Chicago) produces a strong, yet flexible bond. Relationships that stick like rubber cement are not easy to achieve.

%%==cool cherry creme==%%


So often we think of ideas to say after slamming down the telemarketer call. One time I started talking to the young lady on the other end and asked her why she want to work in a job that annoyed people. I suggested that she change jobs. It was a fun talk.

My brother did one better. Years ago ( prebirth for some of you) when aluminum siding was growing in popularity he had a very persistent sales call. “Ok fine if you insist come on out to the house.” So the sales guy drove out my brother's house (back then its location was more rural) . The salesman was shocked when he stepped out his car. "You have a brick house!" "Yes, I would have told you that but you didn't let me explain why I was not interested." my brother smirked.


%%==nice apple tart==%%

“It's 106 miles to Chicago, we got a full tank of gas, half a pack of cigarettes, it's dark and we're wearing sunglasses.” Remember the movie that line comes from?

%%==ginger sling with a pineapple heart==%%

Today’s fragment separators have been brought to you by the Beatles’ Savoy Truffle. The other night I was youtube surfing old Beatles songs. I posted/shared one to FB adding these words to my post (guess the song):
All the Facebook people
Where do they all come from?
All the Facebook people
Where do they all belong?

Warning: the following youtube clip may ruin your diet plan!

16 comments:

Rebecca said...

So your 'f' comment reminded me of a very important frag to share. Thanks! :)

Also, your Donald Duck comment reminded me of a joke I read this week. Don't remember where....

What Mouse Walks on 2 legs?
~Mickey Mouse
What Duck Walks on 2 legs?
~Donald Duck
No~ All Ducks!

lisleman said...

good joke I will pass it along to the grandkids. I will certainly need to read what fragment I jogged loose in your mind. thanks

Dawn Saros-Kirk said...

Salsa! I could eat it anytime. I can't wait to have the fresh ingredients from my garden to make some. Have a great weekend!

Tami said...

I l.o.v.e what your brother did to the salesman! Very creative indeed! Have a wonderful weekend!

Cheryl P. said...

Funny story about your brother.



I have no idea about the "106 miles to Chicago" line but my guess would be something to do with the Blues Brothers....because of the sunglasses and most of Belushi's movies had a Chicago reference.

doreenmcgettigan said...

Dang I need chocolate NOW!!
I enjoy messing with telemarketers too much. Lately I start telling them about my book and where they can purchase it..too funny.
Have a fun filled fragment free Weekend!!

lisleman said...

You guess right. It's from the Blues Brothers movie. Good Chicago movie

I took pictures of Jake and Elwood at the airport once.

http://afcsoac.blogspot.com/2010/02/jake-and-elwood.html


thanks

lisleman said...

I did put a warning in the post. If you can get reverse sales going from those calls more power to you. thanks

lisleman said...

thanks have a great weekend too.

lisleman said...

That sounds better than from a jar. thanks

Laurie Matherne said...

I like the paragraph separators. Very weird, lisleman.

lisleman said...

Weird and tasty too.
thanks

Ann Javoroski said...

Eleanor Rigby---a favorite of mine.


One of my favorite giggles is the story my cousin tells about talking to the phone company salesman so long that he hung up on her. He was trying to sell her the "package" of features----of which she only wanted two or three, and he finally gave up in exasperation. She tells it all so well!

lisleman said...

Funny story. Keeping them busy but not buying anything is a good way to get even with the company. A good start is "So glad you called. I haven't spoken with anyone in days."
thanks for sharing

Single Mom in the South said...

I think I like your brother! :-)

lisleman said...

thanks I pass that along. Of course if he came over here and read my blog once in awhile he might read it himself.

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