Saturday, 25 June 2011

Alliteration Obliteration Winner!



And the winner is –

NOM-yom-yom-yom...YOM-nom-nom...

Tex, please. Chew more quietly.

Nim-nim-nim-nim...

Thank you. And the winner is...

Sam McKenzie! Congratulations on a job well done. Sam submitted a limerick to us that was not only filled with astonishing alliteration but it rhymed! No small feat, Sam.

Good show.

Thank you to everyone who entered! And please remember there is still time to submit your piece for the Blast from the Past - Fox Edition challenge!! Don't be late or I'll send Tex out to hunt you down and chew on your fingernails. Now, without further ado, here is Sam McKenzie's piece for the Alliteration Obliteration challenge:

How the War Began

I tramped through the trees in Tramine
And tore off the twigs the whole time
My dress made of tulle
Was was ate by the stool
As revenge for my troublin' crime.




1 comment:

  1. Salutes to Sam on his simple, yet splendid, submission ;)

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