Tomorrow, I have a couple of medical appointments. Dr. Connie has made arrangements for MRI scan of my brain. The last time they did this procedure, May of 2010, doctors discovered cave drawings of primitive hunters gorging themselves on buffalo fat laced with Cialis. Unfortunately, ancient man had no bath tubs, but the images did reveal males and females sitting next to each other in his & hers mud puddles.
Afterwards, I’m scheduled for a carotid ultrasound to see if there’s any blood getting to my brain. Many of you who are regular readers of this blog have often expressed concern about the inner working of my brain, or lack thereof. These tests will likely confirm your suspicions.
If you’re new to Friday Flash Fiction, the Surgeon General who has issued a mental health warning regarding the post below is C. Evelyn Croup Wisoff-Fields. If you’d like to participate in this exercise of madness, head over to her blog for step-by-step instructions. To view the fashionable hairstyles of the writers in FFF Hollywood Squares Authors Block click here.
Hello, boys and girls. Welcome to The Jingle Writer. This week we’ll learn how to work “Jingle Magic” for products no one wants to buy, but everyone needs in their medicine cabinet.
Finding words that rhyme with the product name can be tricky. In those cases, focus on the intended benefits and add a cheerful melody.
If there’s poison in your soup
And it’s either die or puke
Grab a bottle, drink it fast
Sandra’s Syrup of Ip-e-cac
Here’s another example;
When lame humor stories
Become a pain in the behind
Insert a Block Suppository
And ease your troubled mind.
Today’s post sponsored by;
Sandra’s Syrup of Ipecac ~ Sweet, yet extremely unsettling
Block’s Suppositories ~ Tapered, for Fast Relief