Alluringly Alliterative

 

“Paul’s purporting to be pedantic,” Polly purred. She stretched a slinky arm, serviceably sinewy in its sheath of shiny satin.

Lazily, Lucas leaned in to the lady’s luscious locks, lamenting his lame leg. Purporting Paul purposely picked a piece of pie that Polly would peck a prevaricated pinch of.

Timothy was titillated by the tumultuous tension twanging in the tent.

 

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some much needed nonsense for Trifecta this week šŸ™‚ : 33-333 words including the word pedantic, using its 3rd definition:

1 : of, relating to, or being a pedant(see pedant)
2 : narrowly, stodgily, and often ostentatiously learned
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14 thoughts on “Alluringly Alliterative

  1. David Wiley

    The amazing alliteration is absolutely alluring, driving David to describe the divine diction with delight. šŸ™‚

  2. How fetching, fantastic and fun-filled. Makes me want to play along. It is indeed, alluringly alliterative.

    • Ha, best! There’s something so ridiculously silly about it, I’m glad you played along and made me laugh šŸ™‚

  3. Ha! You’re a goof, but this works very well. Oh! and, alliteration is my favoritist writing device ever!

  4. BraVO!!! Standing ovation! *clap*clap*clap* Bully!

  5. Ha ha! I love the word ‘purporting’. Great use of it!

    Remember to come back and vote!

  6. Draug419

    My mind is tongue tied (:

  7. This is fun! I read it aloud for fun (yes, I’m a dork) and stumbled over it a bit. I think it would be entertaining to hear an inebriated person read it šŸ™‚

    • Bahahaha! now i have to go find some drunk people…You’re in good dorkhood company, because the best part of writing alliteration is stumbling through it out loud šŸ™‚

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