I Am a Life Support System for a Vagina, Hear Me Utter a Full Loud Prolonged Sound

I Am a Life Support System for a Vagina, Hear Me Utter a Full Loud Prolonged Sound

I love amusing myself with dictionaries. Bonus points if you can guess the proverbs.

1. A shuttlecock in the hind foot of an ape is deserving of a couple in the advertising.

2. Soon to a place of sex relations and soon to increase in fervor or intensity, cause a husband robust, rich, and skilled in magic or divination.

3. Everything that’s superficially attractive or exciting isn’t a medal awarded as the top prize in a competition.

4. Prepare a reward while the glory has a bright glowing appearance.

5. A couple of toilets is greater than half a one-dollar bill.

6. The primitive fellow seizes the snake.

7. Work diligently while the great strength, hardness, or determination is currently popular or in demand.

8. Carry on burning passion with liveliness of imagination.

9. Huge desires anticipate in the same manner, form, or degree.

10. No matter that is newsworthy is suitable previously unknown information.

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6 thoughts on “I Am a Life Support System for a Vagina, Hear Me Utter a Full Loud Prolonged Sound

  1. I only got less than half of them.
    Title: "I am woman, hear me roar!"
    1: Bird in the hand is worth two in the bush
    2: Early to bed, early to rise make one healthy, wealthy and wise.
    3: All that glitters is not gold.
    5: Two heads are better than one.
    6: This old man, he plays one. :^p ??

    I’m sure Brendan will get them quicker than I. 😀

  2. parl, thanks, you’ve made me blush!

    I concur on the title, and 1, 2, & 3. I didn’t get 5.

    I think 6 may be "The early bird gets the worm."

    10. No news is good news.

    April, the title is awesome. You are one funny vaginal life support system!

  3. I concur with parl’s and Brendan’s guesses.

    4. Make hay while the sun shines.

    I didn’t get 7, 8 and 9.

  4. I’ve not heard "Make hay while the sun shines" before.
    I guess there bits of wisdom still out there for me to absorb!

    I kinda guessed at 5. hoping it was correct. That "half" part confused me. (which isn’t hard to do)

  5. Well… looks like all but 7, 8, and 9 (the ones I deliberately made difficult) have been guessed correctly! If anyone is still determined to guess the last three, here’s hint:

    #7 is a six-word proverb.
    #8 is a four-word proverb.
    #9 is a four-word proverb.

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