Onomatopoeia is a great way to make a seemingly innocent situation…
OK, let’s say you’re a cat.
Just play along.
OK, but if I’m a cat, I’m a cool cat.
Sure, whatever. Like you’re walking along, minding your own business,
When a witch throws an itch potion on you!
I said, a WITCH THREW AN ITCH POTION!
But never fear! Super Snail has raced to save the day -
Inch... Inch... Inch...
Super Snail? Are you kidding me?
Yes, yes, stay with me.
As I was saying. Super snail is on his way, and...
He's left a trail of slime
That's it. That's all I can take of this scenario!
Why? What's wrong?
First, you turned me into a cat (not that I have anything against cats)
Then you made me itch all over.
THEN you had some "super snail" inch to my rescue leaving a trail of icky slime which is...
You figured out the solution!
It's still pretty icky.
Maybe. But what did you expect from an 'i' post?
SO, whenever you need to make the situation a little more uncomfortable, try out some onomatopoeia.
P.S. This blog post is part of the A to Z Blogging Challenge, which you should totally check out:
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