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Can you create an amusing story for wordplay that includes these “O” phrases?

Posted on November 20, 2010
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Question by Silva: Can you create an amusing story for wordplay that includes these “O” phrases?
Once upon a time
Oh my God!!
Over the rainbow
On top of Old Smokey
Oh Give me a home where the buffalo roames
Or WHAT???
Orville Redenbacher

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Answer by ☼♥Dillon
Dodge City, Kansas
Circa 1875

From The Diary Of Miss Kitty Russell

Once upon a time Matt Dillon was MY man. ….all 6’6″ of him……Oh my God!! He was my very own Adonis. He didn’t exactly dote on me, but we had some realllllllll good times together….REAL good. There was ONE time that he was actually jealous of another man. The gent’s name was Curly Bob Cadwalater; A cowboy from ElPaso. Well…..One day Curly Bob came into the Long Branch and walked right over to the table that I was sharing with Matt. My piano player was hammering out a great tune…..Went something like this:

♫ Orville Redenbacher is a good old man. He makes his popcorn in a frying pan.
He pops all night and he pops all day.
Ohhhhhhh, the girls all love him ’cause he……”♫
(It gets a little raunchy after that.)

Anyway, Matt told him to leave me alone.
Curly Bob replied,”Or WHAT???”
Matt growled, “Or THIS!!!!” He got into a fight with Curly Bob.

Oh, Matt. Dear Matt. Little did he know that Curly Bob was the Middle Weight Boxing Champion of the World !!

Matt was knocked unconscious. I was his nurse. I was Over the rainbow……Just me and Matt , alone in my room. True….he WAS unconscious, but I didn’t care.
When he DID come to, he was half delirious…..Kept talking gibberish about his days in the army when he was a scout…

Matt: ” I remember being On top of old Smokey. Yeah!! Those were the days……
♫4″Oh Give me a home where the buffalo roames , where the injuns and cowboys play.
I had me a girl. She was my whole world.
Oh, Smokey …..why’d you go away?”♫

I swore that if a woman named Smokey ever came to town, I’d kill her. Little did I know that another woman WOULD come to town. I say, woman! HA!!! She’s no woman…..I’m not sure she’s even HUMAN ! The idiot known as Sunshine MacMoron (Kitty forever changes her name in order to abase Sunshine as much as possible) has been the bane of my existence since the day she first descended upon Dodge. She stole my man. STOLE him, I tell you!!!

(Kitty takes another swig of her 0 a bottle Merlot and launches into a song of her own)

♫ Oh give me a man with a velvety hand. A sweet talkin’ son-of-a-gun.
Let him shoot Matt’s new girl….take her out of this world!
Do dee do do do do DOOOOOOOO dee do♫”

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One Response to “Can you create an amusing story for wordplay that includes these “O” phrases?”

  1. soupkitty on November 20th, 2010 1:19 am


    ONCE UPON A TIME a tornado swept through New York City and sent a young couple, Miss Piggy and Kermit the Frog, who happened to be in the wrong place at the wrong time, OVER THE RAINBOW to the Land of Oz.

    When they finally stopped swirling about, and the dust settled, Miss Piggy looked around and exclaimed, “OH MY GOD!! …. Where are we?”

    “I’m not sure,” replied Kermit, with a bewildered look on his face. “From the looks of things, we might have landed ON TOP OF OLD SMOKEY.”

    “It does look like it could be Kentucky or Tennessee, or one of those southern states,” agreed Miss Piggy.

    “I must admit I’ve had a hankerin’ to get away from the hustle and bustle of city life,” Kermit answered as he gazed admiringly about his new surroundings.

    “Well, that makes one of us,” replied Miss Piggy disdainfully. “Darlin’ I love, you but give me Park Avenue…. I adore city life.”

    ‘OH, GIVE ME A HOME WHERE THE BUFFALO ROAM,” declared Kermit, while flicking a bit of straw off his blue jeans.

    “Shut it, Frog!” exclaimed Miss Piggy, giving him an air karate chop “Since when did you turn into a cowboy?”

    “I feel safe here,” replied Kermit. “Since I found out they served frog legs at IHOP, I’ve been very nervous.”

    “What makes you think they serve frog legs at IHOP?” asked Miss Piggy incredulously.

    “Isn’t it obvious,” replied Kermit. “Doesn’t the name IHOP speak for itself? …. I’ve been thinking of picketing the place with some of my friends on their tiny little crutches.”

    “I’m too young to rot here in the hills and listen to this nonsense,” snapped Miss Piggy impatiently, tossing her blonde curls. “Think of moi career…. Moi fabulousness would be wasted here with these yokels!!”

    “While you were taking your beauty nap, I went down the mountain and spoke with some of the locals,” replied Kermit wearily. “I asked them if there was a helicopter or some other way we could leave because I knew you wouldn’t want to stay.”


    “They said we’d have to follow the yellow brick road to the Emerald City and the great wizard, ORVILLE REDENBACHER, would know what to do…..Or……Or…..”

    “OR, WHAT???” demanded Miss Piggy, stamping her feet.

    “We could click our heels together three times–or in your case, hooves–while saying ‘There’s no place like home.”

    Miss Piggy had already clicked her hooves together twice before Kermit could say, “I should tell you, when I was recruiting my friends to picket outside IHOP, I smelled Bacon.”

    Miss Piggy fainted!!

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