Can you form a sentence involving these five words?...
Ok, here's the challenge: you have to form one correctly structured sentence which involves the following five words: Christmas, Cockadoodledoo, Spot, Lollipop, Flamingo. I chose these words at random, clearly! haha
You can change the words to fit the sentence, for example, "spot" can go to "spots" etc. The words can be in any order and it can be as bizarre, as whackey, as non-sensical and as long a sentence as you like - have fun with it! Ready? ...Go!
On Christmas Day, the Flamingo spots a lollipop and goes, "Wow, Cockadoodledoo. It must have dropped from Santa's Sleigh, but hope it doesn't give me the runs."
Nearly Christmas, Jenny went to the Lollipop Festival to find a gift for her students, when she arrived there was a flamingo riding a dog named Spot, they were both yelling, "Cockadoodledoo, she grabbed 23 lollipops and left very quickly.
“Cockadoodledoo, is that a Flamingo I spot?” exclaimed Lollipop, the talking chicken I was given last Christmas.
My most vivid memory is of last Christmas Day when I saw a most absolutely weird spectacle of a Spotted Flamingo that was intermittently sucking on a Lollipop in between Cockadoodledoos!
Spot the Flamingo started screaming cocadoodledoo early Christmas morning while licking on his lollipop.
"Cockadoodledoo," crowed the panicked Flamigo, "I see my Christmas Lolliop in your doghouse, Spot - you bad dog!"
Spot, the dog, stole a lollipop from under the Christmas tree while bumping into a flamingo ornament and a toy rooster that crowed, "Cockadoodledoo!"
last christmas morning while looking out the window i heard a "cockadoodledoo" when i turned to investigate i spotted a flamingo eating a lolipop!
It was the night before Christmas when all through the house
all the creatures were stirring, even my spouse.
When the stockings were hung on the chimney with such care,
when the animals glared on a sole item that had fallen on the chair.
While visions of lollipops danced in their heads,
No one was nestled in their snug beds
when a screech could be heard from the flamingo in a cap
as he raced to the prize, disturbing the rooster from his nap
With a cockadodledoo, he made such a clatter
that the dog jumped up to see what was the matter
Away to the chimney he ran like a flash
He saw nothing but spotty ash....
"Cockadoodledoo!", cried Lollipop, the Flamingo, when she discovered a spot on her Christmas dinner outfit.
A flamingo named spot received a toy rooster that exclaimed, "Cockadoodledoo!" and a lollipop with a rainbow swirl for Christmas.
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