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     Here’s your chance to flex some creative muscle, show off your sense of humor, and test your spontaneity . . . 

     Below are two-word combinations of common terms and expressions that use body parts or functions.  Can you pick one pair and write a funny sentence with it?  Can you pick another pair and write a funny paragraph with it?  Maybe even a short story?  Give it a try.  You might surprise yourself!   

Deaf ears.  Soft shoulders.  Angry eyes.  Trench mouth.  Loose lips.  High brow.  Bad hair.  Ankle biter.  Knee jerk.  Head lock.  Sea chest.  Back pack.  Arm wrestle.  Hip hop.  Tongue twister.  Liver pool.  Heart throb.  Belly button.  Finger nail.  Wrist watch. Head band.  Lip lock.  Tennis elbow.  Achillis heel.  Tip toe.  Dumb ass.  Brain drain.  Kidney pie.  Back lash.  Collar bone.  Funny bone.  Skin alive.  Shin splint.  Jaw breaker. Tongue-in-cheek.  Brass knuckles.  Green thumb.  Tooth brush.  Face cream.  Finger tips.  Hawk eye.  Bull nose.  Califlower ear.  Brown nose.  Eye drops.  Gum drops.  Runny nose.  Runny eyes.  Nose bleed.  Ear shot.  Cone head.  Nose cone.  Fisty cuffs.  Tummy tuck.  Bare hands.  Penis envy.  Palm tree.  Thigh high.  Crotch rot.  Rib cage.  Eye lash.  Ear canal.  Back talk.  Speak easy.  Tongue tied.  Skin flint.  Fire arms.  Beat feet.  Leg up.  Butt heads.  Muscle bound.  Knee pads.  Elbow pads.  Lip stick.           

     If you come up with something that makes someone else laugh, you’ve passed the test with flying colors, and if it’s that good, please consider sharing it with a post at the end of this post. 

     Include your name and email address for a personal “1-5 YUCKS” (5 being best) response . . . AND so I can FWD your contact info along to any interested talent scout in case your creation is good enough to prompt requests from other visitors to hire you for comedy writing ventures!  Have A Great Lip Lock Day!            halalpiar  

2 comments so far


  1. Rex Ryanon 06 Aug 2011 at 2:15 am

    I am extremely impressed with your writing skills as well as with the layout on your blog. Is this a paid theme or did you modify it yourself? Anyway keep up the nice quality writing, it is rare to see a nice blog like this one nowadays..

  2. Hal Alpiaron 06 Aug 2011 at 1:34 pm

    Thank you, Rex. I appreciate your visit and your comments. Watch this site tomorrow night for post number 1,000 special message! Thanks again. Regards – Hal

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