A funky rhyme that can’t be beat.
Because today Pat and his cat
Are here to amuse at my mat!
Please welcome Pat Hatt of It’s Rhyme Time, who will show you a proper rhyme.
Festival Time In Rhyme!
So since the cat is all done the A to Z he figured he'd fill some time with a guest post for the ninja wannabe. But what could he do? Why give festivals to visit for all of you.
Frozen Dead Guy Days.
Catch some sunny rays,
In dead guy land.
Wouldn't that be grand?
Tomato Fight Festival should be on your list.
Then just make sure you are good and pissed.
Take a tomato and whack one in the head.
They could join the above if they turn out good and dead.
Monkey Buffet Festival sounds yummy.
Don't you want monkeys in your tummy?
Could get a neat disease,
Or maybe just fleas.
This one I'd avoid,
Of them the cat is paranoid.
Although Crying Baby Festival may be for you,
Especially if you have one or two.
And if that isn't your cup of tea,
You can grab your baby and flee.
Going to the Baby Jumping Festival around the corner.
Just don't step on little Jack Horner.
I bet some could pass this test.
They have such zest.
They would prove they are the best,
By winning the National Hollerin Contest.
Don't come near my OCD, bud.
I do not want any mud.
But Boryeong Mud Festival could be fun,
If you like that type of thing under your sun.
This one will be all the craze.
You will get there and gaze,
Maybe even graze.
Soaking up Mike The Headless Chicken Days.
I'll skip the Festival of Near Death Experiences this year.
Although I have been there I fear,
The dress code is rather strict.
Bring your own coffin the rules depict.
Ewww ewww ewww.
But that is all the more for you,
As you go to the Testicle Festival event,
Joining 10,000 people eating 4,000 pounds of bull testicles under a tent.
See, there are lots of other fun things to do, and surprisingly, none of these were made up at my zoo. So if you ever need a good festival at your sea, you can now find one thanks to me. On most though I would pass, especially the last one, as it scares my little rhyming ass.
Enjoy your winter, smash a printer.
Pat is the author of over twenty books and his latest is Fight for the Light, available on Amazon.
IWSG post last week!
(Sorry, it’s not real!)
And in honor of Pat and his cat, today’s trivia is all about cats.
1 – How fast can a housecat run?
2 – True or false – cats can drink seawater.
3 – What’s the technical term for a hairball?
4 – How many different sounds do cats make?
5 – Which pet is more popular in North America – the dog or the cat?
Answers on Wednesday!
Thanks everyone for another amazing Insecure Writer’s Support Group post day. I wish I could visit every person on the list, but I do give it my best effort to reach as many as possible.
Bish Denham released her first book last week, Anansi and Company. Congratulations, Bish!!
Cate Masters’ latest is out now, A Wedding at the Blue Moon Café. Congratulations, Cate!
Angela Orlowski-Peart revealed the cover for her next book, Almost Broken Up. Looks great, Angela!
Been there. Done that.
Feisty and independent, Anya Davies lives by her own rules. The one thing she’s hell-bent on avoiding is a conventional relationship.
Enter Christophe Mondesir…
J.L. Campbell is a proud Jamaican, who is always on the hunt for story-making material. Find her: Website, Goodreads, Twitter, and Amazon.
Michael di Gesu is hosting the Coffee Hop this Friday!
Visit him for details and your chance to win Columbian coffee.
That’s right, it’s back – National Wormhole Week, March 10-16!
Hosted by Stephen Tremp, L. Diane Wolfe, and Alex J. Cavanaugh.
2014 National Wormhole Week: Name one thing where science advances mankind, and one where technology will go too far and set us back. They can be the same thing or different.
De-extinction or bringing back extinction species through backbreeding, genetic engineering, and cloning.
With all the breakthrough discoveries mankind is on the cusp of, are we playing God?
Where do you see science moving us forward and where do you see it moving us back? Feel free to quote a movie. (Jurassic Park is a great example.)
Join us below for Wormfest!
Follower of Pat and his rhyming cat? Know any of the cat trivia? Excited about the new releases? And who’s up for Wormfest?