Today Zielle posted this really neat tag, and she said “whoever can whistle, OR whoever types ‘At the end of the rainbow there is gold with broccoli.’ while looking up at the ceiling in the comments and gets at least 1 word right” can do the tag! 😀 So here I am. 🙂 Thank you Zielle!
1.Tag back to Zielle, and to the person who tagged you, and thank the person who tagged you.
2. Write your alliteration poem/story (it doesn’t even have to have a proper ending, or even make sense! But it would be better if it did. )
3. Tag as many people as you want!
So… alliteration is basically just a sentence with a lot of the came consonants. Here is mine! I will be using a random letter… and I plunk my finger on the keyboard… f! Okay. 😀
Fannie Froth formed four fat frogs from foam. Freddy Froth formed five fat frogs from flowers. Fannie fainted from fear of Fred’s flower frogs. Flapping ferociously, four fat foam frogs faced fifty filthy flamingo-feather fans fearlessly.
Ta-da!!! 😀 That was fun. 🙂 Now for some more fun. A program we do in school taught us a bit about alliteration and here were some examples. THEY ARE FUNNY. xD XD
Wait, I need to tag some other bloggers first. 🙂
I tag these people: Loren @ Blue Eyes Gray Eyes| K.A @ Cuddly Critters Blog| Genna @ Genna’s Ballet Place| Misty @ Creative World of Writing| Allison @ A Farm Girl’s Life| Hayley @ Flourishing by Restful Falls| Clara @ Clara’s Craft Corner|
Now, onto the other alliterations:
Betty Botter bought some butter,
But, she said, the butter’s bitter;
If I put it in my batter
It will make my batter bitter.
But, a bit of better butter
Will make my batter better.
So, she bought a bit of butter
Better than her bitter butter;
And she put it in her batter
And the batter was not bitter.
So, twas better Betty Botter
Bought a bit of better butter.
Read that out loud and it’s even funnier. Now for another..
Esaw Wood sawed wood.
Esaw Wood would saw wood!
All the wood Esaw Wood saw Esaw Wood would saw. In other words, all the wood Esaw saw to saw Esaw sought to saw.
Oh, the wood Wood would saw! And oh, the wood-saw with which Wood would saw wood.
But one day Wood’s wood-saw would saw no wood, and thus the wood Wood sawed was not the wood Wood would saw if Wood’s wood-saw would saw wood.
Now, Wood would saw wood with a wood-saw that would saw wood, so Esaw sought a saw that would saw wood.
One day Esaw saw a saw saw wood as no other wood-saw Wood saw would saw wood.
In fact, of all the wood-saws Wood ever saw saw wood Wood never saw a wood-saw that would saw wood as the wood-saw Wood saw saw wood would saw wood, and I never saw a wood-saw that would saw as the wood-saw Wood saw would saw until I saw Esaw Wood saw wood with the wood-saw Wood saw saw wood.
Now Wood saws wood with the wood-saw Wood saw saw wood.
Oh, the wood the wood-saw Wood saw would saw!
Oh, the wood Wood’s woodshed would shed when Wood would saw wood with the wood-saw Wood saw saw wood!
Finally, no man may ever know how much wood the wood-saw Wood saw would saw, if the wood-saw Wood saw would saw all the wood the wood-saw Wood saw would saw.
— W.E. Southwick
That one makes your head spin.
I’ll do one more in my next post. Would you like The Tree Toad or Ed Not & Sam Shott? 😛
Farewell now, thank you for reading this tongue-tying post.
Does anyone mind to go check out one of my posts that was posted in 2015 or older? 😀 I just want to see what you think about my other posts. 🙂 Don’t worry, you DO NOT have to. 🙂