I whipped out a blog post the other day, and then hit Spell Check and Mental Editor as usual. (The latter is the check-before-hitting-send/print/submit filter that I carry around in my brain.) Thank goodness I did. A reference to Lady Gaga’s Poker Face took on a whole, different meaning the way I had typed it: Porker Face.
What a difference the addition of one, tiny vowel or consonant can make in a word. Like The Box Tops said, sometimes it’s all about The Letter.
Mr. Moister: 80s pop band with a glandular problem sings of their search for love and a truly effective antiperspirant.
Wind Beneath My Swings: A tragic playground accident during a hurricane leaves a young woman searching for inspiration.
Gladys Knight & The Pimps: One woman is forced to work hard for the money to support 3 freeloaders.
Days of Whine and Roses: Life is one long bitch-fest for a boozing blogger on a downward spiral. And she likes flowers.
Two & A Half Omen: The signs pointed to a Charlie Sheen train wreck long before it crashed.
Good Glovin’ Gone Bad: A TSA security guard’s obsession with one, special business traveler ends badly for both.
Baby Phart: Hip, pricey clothing designed for the toddler who needs just a little extra diaper room.
Bead Romance: She knew she shouldn’t give in to her obsession, but she couldn’t stay away…from Hobby Lobby.
The Whom: Rock band explores the musical side of proper English.
Let’s Make A Decal: Public service announcements designed to get young people to check out less permanent, wearable art before tattooing.
You’re The Cone That I Want: Can a hand-dipped waffle cone find acceptance in a soft-serve world?
Win, Louse or Draw: The laughs never end when contestants race to turn in the best drawing. The winner gets cash and valuable prizes, while the loser goes home with head lice.
Mr. & Mrs. Smithy: They were an average husband-wife farrier team by day, but by night, they were paid assassins.
When You Swish Upon A Star: The moving story of a young trannie trying desperately NOT to be a real boy.
OK, now it’s your turn. What have you got for me?