This was discussed a few weeks back...as something fun to do. For those of you that do not like to rhyme....don't worry...an extra special "country song" clause has been added to this challenge. That means that all you have to do is come close to the word in diction, personal pronunciation, or "just in the neighborhood" of a rhyme...in order for it to count!
Go easy on your fellow hubbers...try using a word that can be rhymed with...in the first place...like space, trace, face, etc.
(If you do a hard one...you should be required to rhyme it first!)
To keep it rolling along: Answer the fun rhyme challenge in a sentence ending with the rhyme. Then...pose your new sentence with the rhyme challenge at the end. For Instance:
(The Previous Challenge:) Have I seen you before some place...?
(Your Answer might be:) I know I could never forget such a goofy face.
(Then you pose your own Challenge for a rhyme:) What are you doing to that poor log?
Then someone answers my Fun Rhyme Challenge...Go Ahead...Your Next!
It's for the sitting frog.
What have you done with the horse?
Tied him to the cart, of course!
Now, where'd you place my hat?
Yeah, mount a good horse and go run.
But, first I got to find some tack,
Your horse's tack...is on my horse's back!
Now...if I could just find the bit,
It's laying next to the fawn..
Now, where did you say you would be?
In the bathroom going pee...
It's time for me to comb my hair
Whoops...I forgot I shampooed with "Nair".
Now, I need something to help polish my bald dome,
Maybe I should try Google Chrome,
I wonder if that would work for me,
You could try Rogain foam...
I need to manicure the bikini area
Most certainly true, his hair turned blue, from cat swine flu he caught in the loo.
What are we to do?
[Whoops a tie between AE and Wordscribe...Poem Answerer's Choice to respond then...I call]
Recommend to be careful where it is the most hairy,-duh!
That could get scary...if you know what I mean,
And some of the results could well make you scream!!
So what was that to be careful about?
Waxing near your hoo hoo, no doubt.
Pruning THAT garden is tedious
Where the heck is Ms Chievous?
Do you love a really good salsa?
As long as it's not made from balsa (um, hard word Irohner)
I love pico de gallo myself.
Especially homemade instead of off the shelf.
My wife has a great salsa recipe,
May have mentioned her "ocassional outbreaks" too late.
Gee...I never saw that shade of purple down there,
It must have been covered by all of her hair.
Maybe she needs a vaccine?
But she said she was prom queen.
I shoud of been worried when,
I had to take a number...in line with several other men.
Uh...but let's change the subject...or give it an extra tweak,
The Doc says the itch will stop, by next week.
So may the men in line behind me say,
They all said that most Doctor's said...it would never go away.
But I know there are other fun topics...in which to post,
If it doesn't clear up, then off with his head!
The Pirate then cried "Aye Matey!"
Well...talked to Gus the Redneck and Redneck woman on Forums while Mark Knowles was having a debate-y.
Has anyone got another rhyme...step up and don't be shy,
I would like to ask you why
you're always sitting on that tractor
Who says that perhaps I'm not just some ol' actor?
Besides it has a nice steel seat...How can an Eye Reply?
Well you is alright by me...whether a joker...or a midnight toker.
One does not lie when writing...one just extenuates a theme,
Tho the end result might be read by trolls.
My keyboard continues to click, click, click...
Many times I read your stuff...I laugh on the floor...and rolls...and rolls...and rolls!
but enough of you...it is plain to see...this forum was started to talk about me!
whoops...tie goes to the Poem answerer...Tie between Irohner and myself...the next responder may choose their rhyme to respond with...! Well...Irohner was first in actuality...while i was busy typing...
I've got a polka dot one that's really cute...
Wearing it now, for something to do.
But it's a little small, boo hoo hoo!
As soon as I type this I'll head to the gym...
I'm spying behind the door on you!
I'd prefer to see you in red
Red is what I wear to bed
Silk, no cotton for this sleepy head!
I can't be in that discussion or my wife would give me a black eye, alrighty.
Hey...How's the weather in your part of the world...to keep things hummin' along
It's too hot...something is very wrong.
But soon it will be fall with crisp night air...
Down here...many a cool breeze...an answer to a prayer.
But it will be short lived...though we did get some rain,
And then the snow starts. What a huge pain.
My snowblower needs to get all tuned up...
At least your getting ready by putting something warm around the neck of your pup.
Down here we'll be in shorts and sandals...on in to January,
but only when served as an entree
Surely there's a rhyme for orange or purple?
Nu-uh-uh...you skipped! Here try something like contrary...or sanctuary...ordinary...customary...Sister Marry....Dirty Harry...to rhyme with January...
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