Tuesday, July 17, 2007

Peter Piper Picked a Peck of Pickled Pronouns

Round 7 is entitled -
All About Alliteration!


Here's the deal: You pick a letter to alliterate the heck out of (hopefully not ending your sentences with prepositions, like I tend to do) and then find words in your handy dandy Webster's Theasaurus or at Thesaurus.com that mean the same things as The Words I've chosen. I realize there are not going to necessarily be literal synonyms for every word, so do the best you can. Don't kill yourself trying to write anything lengthy - I'm finding this one to be kind of difficult. (But maybe that's me.) If you run into trouble, check out this post by GoingLikeSixty - he seems to have nailed the alliteration thing.

The Words:

Child
Pitiful
Cereal (Use a name brand if you want. Maybe that will make it easier?)
Cabinet
Bug
Sad

Please be sure to highlight or italicize or bold your chosen words in your story, since no one's will be the same.

Stories are due by next Monday, July 23rd at 10pm Oklahoma time.

4 comments:

Cap'n Neurotic said...

Are you trying to make my Nyquil-fogged brain explode?

GoingLikeSixty.com said...

One of my mother's favorite sayings was "never end a sentence, a preposition with."

顏色 said...

世間是非,要如水泥地般水過則乾。 ..................................................

3d電影 said...

弱者等待時機,強者製造時機........................................