- thumb, thistle, whistle, blizzard, canned peaches, bell
thumb…if opposable is really good for helping a hand/paw grip. thumb on it is an idiom i can’t put my thumb on it…general tom thumb is an exercise in size metaphors…thumb not so big. thumbing is an verb usually used in puroosals of books or shopping searching files/papers.
thistle is a flower of one kind of weed… milk thistle… thistle is the official flower of scotland/uk milk thistle is a variety of healthy suppliments usually for upping maleness/health..I think.. i haven’t sold suppliments in years well over a decade. it’s a formulary part of life vantageproducts.. shit forgot which one the pill one
whistle is either a noun/objest used to signal or a verb of either the device or mechanical actions of creatures. it’s nice as it rhymes well with thistle and grissol and missil and a brand of carpet cleaners..bissel. and a poorer secondary rhyme of pistol.
blizzards versus snow storms still get me sometimes as i neglect to remember the difference meterogically. it’s a trademarked desert so think you must spoon out this shake. descriptively its when a lot of something comes.
canned peaches are good for dessert action with a simple addition of bits of biscuit dough and perhaps adjustments for sweetness. it’s a dessert but one i rarely see
bell- interestingly skip hollowing out so much of a bell and instead of a churchly announcement, you’ve aboom boom toy to take down castle walls and thus the whole midevil age. bell can mean less churchly like school or invalid care announcings…or taco bell a fine thrifty for you money for foods offering fastfood as bell is beautiful, its not spelled this way but used to describe/name people.