Rhymes with ump
Since words are being used as weapons in the political arena, I wondered if I could write a few sentences that did not include swear words, but indicated humor and satire.
Remember the spelling exercise in grade school where a word was given and then used in a sentence?
Here are some samples that can be used to define a public figure but never is too scandalous.
Maybe he fell out of his crib as a baby and got a big bump on his head.
Chumps are all around waiting to be taken advantage of as they see their freedoms crump(le).
Many people are down in the dumps on account of this last election.
We could say that Melanie is not a frump, but quite the opposite in her Barbie Doll style.
Half of our country is acting like a grump, but tries to hump along as usual.
Jumping through hoops of tangled prose is especially difficult.
One side has to take some lumps, but not to like it.
The rise of mumps will probably take place once millions lose health care.
We would like to pump up the economy.
We are told to keep quiet and take our thumps. Some thump back instead.
You have a bump on your rump.
A sump is something to keep the water from rising, but will do no good when the water destroys a golf course owned by Rhymes with Ump!
There- I never said anything harmful here or mentioned anyone by title or last name, but you get the picture.