Friday, April 15, 2011

A-Z Challenge M & M's

OK, all you writers out there. I have assembled a list of ready-made phrases for use in your short stories/poetry/novels. I'm sure you will be able to fit them all in! Here are my "M" phrases for use in various genres.
Mystery/Suspense/Dark, Really Dark
Malodorous Manifestations of Manure
Mangy Mausoleum of Malice
Malignant Mansion
Mummified Mammal

Unusual Foods You Might Not Want To Try
Macaroni and Mallard

Marmot Marmalade

Minced Macaw Muffin


Minty Masticated Meatballs
Mildewed Macaroons
Marble Mayonnaise

Mangled Monkey Meat

Millipede Meatloaf

              Character Descriptions

Mealy-Mouth Melanie (Gone With The Wind)
Magnificent Massive Mammaries

Materialistic Money Maker

Meddlesome Mysterious Mistress
Macabre Magician
Magenta Manicure

Mediocre Medium
Malevolent Millionaire
Mike Managed a Mediocre Mazurka, Minus Many Mis-steps.

Magnetic Metallic Moonbeams
Mandatory Military Maneuvers

Mere Mascara Makes Men More Masculine

Manuscript full of Malarky


Anonymous said...

Marvellous and Magnificent Malarky...hope you Manage to keep it up for the "N" day.

AllMyPosts said...

wow!!! Lot of pictures!!

Did you realize that we are half way through the A - Z blogfest already??

with warm regards
CatchyTips for Writers

Carrie said...

Great post. Love all these M words.

Scarlett Clay said...

So funny! I actually use the "mealy-mouth" phrase from GWTW often because my mother used it. Have a great weekend!

Darlene said...

Love your post. They just keep getting better and better. The magnificent massive mammaries? Holy cow!!! And, you're right. I do not want try any of the unusual foods!

Jeanne said...

Thanks everyone. In case anyone wonders, the mammaries do not belong to me. I am also a Gone With The Wind fan and can remember a lot of the dialogue. "Mealy mouth" had such an icky sound to it. I knew exactly what Scarlett meant.

Susan Fields said...

I love the malignant mansion - very spooky!

Gladys Hobson said...

What fun looking at all these m & m's!
The food suggestions do not make good matutinal reading but a good way to produce vomiting for those so inclined. The mighty mammaries should have a health warning for would-be lovers: smothering through mothering is not good for one's health!

Rachael Harrie said...

Lots of pikkies, one of those made my eyes pop out (guess which one, LOL). Great Challenge entry.



Jeanne said...

You comments are so much fun. I am learning new words from them! THanks, everyone!

JF said...

mama mia, happy hijinks. love your wordplay. Belated thanks for your comments on my blog--now following and look forward to more! JF

Lauracea said...

A messy mammoth. This is a lovely post and it had me in fits of laughter. Thank you! Have a great weekend.

Jaydee Morgan said...

The Millipede Meatloaf almost put me over - I'll never look at meatloaf the same way again!