Wednesday, April 1, 2015

A: Analogy Speaker


 My A to Z Challenge theme:
How to turn a Biker into a Wannabe Writer
 
A: ANALOGY SPEAKER
 
Ok, biker babes, when pretending to be a writer, you must drop analogies in random conversation. Especially when talking with other writers. By doing so, it shows how thought provoking and analytical you are, or at least pretend to be.
 
 

Ready to  practice?? Repeat after me with some simple "biker related" analogies:
1. The wind in my hair was exhilarating but became a tangled bird's nest.
2. The sound of your exhaust is as loud as a screaming hippo.
3. Those leather chaps fit like velvet skin from a distance, but up close is a bear in latex.
Velvet you say?
COMMENTER CHALLENGE: Give me an analogy of your choice. Biker analogies win big smiles. Non-biker analogies earn semi-grins. No analogy earns sad panda looks.
 




19 comments:

Natalie Aguirre said...

Great analogies. Sorry, I haven't had enough coffee yet to think of my own.

JoJo said...

Sorry....I think you'll have sad panda for me...I can't think of any either. lol

Debra She Who Seeks said...

How about "teeth furry with bugs" -- no? NO, NOT THE SAD PANDA LOOK!

Carole Anne Carr said...

The taste on my tongue was liked burned rubber.... must avoid that panda!

Tyrean Martinson said...

I was going to say something about grinning with so much happiness that I had bugs in my teeth . . . but I think that one might already be taken. How about riding like you've got a bee in your chaps? (happened to my husband once)

I like your analogies!

Chrys Fey said...

#3 made me chuckle. Sorry to say that after moving over the weekend and unpacking the past few days that my brain isn't working as it should. No analogies are coming to me.

Maria Catalina Vergara Egan said...

I love your fun biker analogies, they seem hard to match and I am not a biker.

The laughter coming from the other room sounded like a pack of well fed hyenas...
(I hope it gives you a grin )

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Pat Hatt said...

She takes those curves like an elephant with no brakes.

Sad Panda Face?

Alex J. Cavanaugh said...

I think my eyes are bleeding from that picture...
An analogy about riding and handlebars as it relates to a woman come to mind, but I won't repeat it here...

Susan Kane said...

LIke Alex, the images made my eyes burn like hot asphalt.

L. Diane Wolfe said...

Your muffler splutters louder than cowboys after a week of fried beans!

Hilary Melton-Butcher said...

Hi Tammy - some sad pandas here, who I will join, but then some clever bloggers who can related and come up trumps .. Diane's especially .. cheers Hilary

Elizabeth Seckman said...

His bum was as sore as an oft paddled toddlers?

Elephant's Child said...

When I look at that image I can only hope that she corners well. Losing it in the gravel could only result in acres of flesh fertilising the road.

David P. King said...

I'm horrible with analogies. Here goes...

Your goggles are speckled with more dead bugs than a trucker's windshield.

See, horrible. :)

Christine Rains said...

Awesome analogies!

The biker's mustache resembled ape-hangers so much that I wanted to reach out and rev them.

Donna McDine said...

Hmmm... I'm horrible at analogies, but enjoyed reading yours and your visitors! Good luck with the A-Z Challenge fellow Muffin Commando Squad member!

S.K. Anthony said...

Ha! I love this, you're for sure my kinda crazy biker chick! Okay I'm tweaking one I read somewhere . . .

When she rode her eyes twinkled like the mustache of a man with a cold :P

Melissa Sugar said...

Love your analogies. I am starting a letter A, like I mentioned in my comment on your letter E post. I will give it a try and write a biker analogy, but, don't know if I am doing it correctly .

As you pull in from, determined to be the leader of the pack, don't pull too far ahead, or you will only guarantee yourself a lonely ride.