The Junk Drawer Blog is goofing off somewhere this week, but she left an assignment for her commenters. She stole a comment game from Comedy Plus.
Here’s how SHE explained the Comment Game.
It’s very simple. I start the game off by listing two words or phrases, like waffles or pancakes, and you pick the one you like better. You can explain why if you like.
She started with Twitter or Facebook. Nice start, but OMG, her commenters responded with choices like:
- Mac or PC
- Coffee or Tea
- Boxers or Briefs
- Peanut Butter or Jelly
I. am. NOT. kidding. And it goes on for over 100 comments.
I played too, here were my choice:
- Po or Laa Laa – which the next person said they didn’t have a clue about. Dur, Hello Google? So I came back with…
- Clarabelle or Crusty – which the next poster didn’t know, but chose Clarabelle because it was a nice name! OMG, puh-leeze! My final entry, before I decided to hijack this idea was…
- Simon Cowell or Simon & Shuster. The next commenter chose Simon Cowell because she hadn’t heard of “the other one.”
LISTEN UP. Here’s the deal. I am taking over this idea.
There is a big prize involved.
A wonderful Marilyn Monroe shirt from the wonderful people at TeesForAll.com. I wanted a gift certificate from TeaseForMe.com, but haven’t heard back. TeesforAll.com is not doing this because they like me, they want to sell you some Tee shirts. Surprise. Surprise. Surprise. They have a really cool Stones shirt, and some other Boomer targeted stuff.
No, it doesn’t have to be the Marilyn Monroe baby-doll with pink stripes, unless you want it. And then I want a picture of you in it.
HERE’S HOW WE’RE GONNA PLAY:
It’s kind of like the The Junk Drawer Blog contest, BUT, the combinations need to be weird, arcane, tricky, smart, obscure, clever, whatever. (Like my examples! 🙂 )
AND: you must explain why you chose the word you did, to avoid miscellaneous fakery.
After a while, I’ll close the comments and then we will vote on the best combination. Finalists may be contacted to provide a full and complete explanation of their word combinations so you can’t fake it easily.
Got it? Good.
Here is my combination, you take it from here:
Sky King or Enola Gay?