New rhyming game

Charlie Bernstein

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Some words get rhymed over and over and over and over - love/above, you/true, and so on. But others get left completely left by the wayside. Unfair!

So here's a game designed to give those forgotten words their day in the sun.

The rules:

1: I write a pair of rhyming words that I've never heard used in a song.

2: You post a couplet that uses them. Use the first word to end your first line and the second to end the second line.

3. Then you post two more words that rhyme but never show up in songs.

4. Someone else uses them in a couplet and posts two more never-used rhyming words.

5. And so on. The winner is whoever posts last.

I'll start:

- parasol
- aerosol


Now you make a couplet with them and give us a new pair of words for us to rhyme.
 
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KCKC

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like a Sh_- Brickhouse they were afflicted
and no one's going home tonight
6 feet deep as predicted
on the wrong side of raging might

Hold her

Bolder
 

KCKC

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We were rollin' on the couch
ouch, ouch,
MyFirst time out
ouch, ouch,
She surely weren't no slouch
ouch, ouch
Rollin' on the couch

Hunk / bunk

Just reread rules and realized I'm 2.5 times over the line limit! Sorry... Might actually use them in a song "Tix to the rodeo!"
 




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