Fanciful Family Fun
Some Wiley Willy's Whistle:
Just fanciful family fun?
Not tongue twisters by definition, but a certain daffy-nition may apply to these single initial letter word sentences that invite trying to put some together on your own or with a companion or group.
So, just for fun, here are a few to get you started:
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Beautiful Beverly Barnes believes beauty bests brains because beauty begins before birth, but brains benefit best by being born.
Curly Charles Chambers combs colorful curls combining colors coordinated carefully cascading cross cheeks colored clearly caricaturing Curly’s clown costume.
Daring Dan Dailey doesn’t dance doing dangerous displays designed daringly down dizzying diamond designs descending downward during dreary dull days.
Fastidious Frank Farley finds fanciful fun for favoring females from farms far from France finding French fandangos fascinating for form, finally finishing favorably for Frank.
Gorgeous Gwendolyn Garrett got grace going gardening, garnering green grapes growing grandly, garnishing Gwendolyn’s garden gate.
Harried Harry Harrison hurried himself humbly home hoping he had herbs his helpful helpmate had heard helps heal headache’s harsh hurts.
Jolly Johnny Johnson’s jovial joy justified juries’ just, jubilant judgments; Johnny’s jurisprudence joining joyously jug headed judges’ jeers.
Wiley Willy Williams walked while whittling wooden whistles, wondering who would want wooden whistles Willy Williams whittled.
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Come to think of it, that last one sounds a little like a tongue twister, too!
Have some fun with words, and no cheating by inserting words like "a" or "to" and "for" unless of course as in "Fastidious Frank Farley" the word "for" is permissible.
In a group setting, such as in a long, boring ride to "too far away still" you can take turns adding the next word that starts with the same initial letter as the previous word, and perhaps the person who brings the sentence to a fitting end can be allowed to start the next sentence?
Yes, seven hugs a day, but good laughs unlimited.
© 2015 Demas W. Jasper All rights reserved.
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