Saturday, February 18, 2017

Andrew Lloyd Webber gets writer's block

Don't cry for me, __________.

San Diego.
Cairo, Egypt.
Kansas City.
Nagasaki.
Acapulco.
Pennsylvania.
Costa Rica.
San Francisco.
Alabama.
Okinawa.
Salt Lake City.
Glasgow, Scotland.
Brick, New Jersey.
North Dakota.
Rapa Nui.
Pensacola.
Stockholm, Sweden
Perth, Australia.
Madagascar.
Macon, Georgia.
London, England.
Honolulu.
Ellis Island.
Albuquerque.
Indonesia.
Fort Worth, Texas
Bangkok, Thailand.

I think I'll stop for today. Nothing seems to be working.

Hey, Evita, want to go out for pizza?

10 comments:

Emma Springfield said...

You are simply too much!

rhymeswithplague said...

Why, thank you, Emma!. That was a compliment, wasn't it?

Yorkshire Pudding said...

"I Left My Heart In..." ?
Canton, Georgia?
Sheffield, Yorkshire?
Hiroshima?
A stainless steel bowl in an operating theatre?
WHOOAH! LET'S GET SILLY!

rhymeswithplague said...

Yorkshire Pudding, so you are familiar with the game then.

All Consuming said...

We'll always have . . .

ASDA car park
The back of the bike sheds
Grimsby
Timbuktu?

Hehehehehe

rhymeswithplague said...

All Consuming, I'm not sure you understand the rules of the game. Grimsby conforms to the pattern, but your other suggestions do not!

25%

Jinksy said...

I'm obviously the class dunce, as I have no idea what any of you are talking about - my heart comes with me wherever I go, and I seem to have managed never to lose it - yet?! Ergo, nobody need cry for me, though I grant you, I'm not part of a geographical map, only a monetary nomenclature! Go figure...

rhymeswithplague said...

Jinksy, we have no dunces in any of our classes here at RWP University, as all commenters are extremely vetted before their comments are allowed to enter. Actually, it is I, your instructor, who frequently is/am accused of not making the grade. I am clever enough, though, to figure out what you meant by "a monetary nomenclature". It's not a puzzle, class. It's Jinksy's offline moniker, or rather its more folksy nickname: Penny!

All Consuming said...

I see Yorkshire Pudding gets away with a stainless steel bowl but I'm penalised for ASDA car park!

rhymeswithplague said...

All Consuming, thank you for calling this to my attention. Yorkshire Pudding's grade has been lowered from 100 to 75 on the strength of your observation. Although you are in the good graces of your class monitor, you are probably no longer in the good graces of Yorkshire Pudding. You must be on guard henceforth against possible counter-measures emanating from the direction of Sheffield. You have been warned.