Even though we’ve played several rounds of the alphabet game together already, I like to review the rules for newcomers. To play first pick your theme. In this case it’s winter. Next, brainstorm as many theme-specific words for each letter of the alphabet as you can. Lastly, arrange the words into funny sentences. Did I miss any winter alphabet words? If so, let me know by putting them in the comments!
A: An Antarctic avalanche annoys Ann’s anorak.
B: Brrr…bitter below zero weather begs boots and a bonfire.
C: Canada can claim it’s cold and chilly.
D: Diane drove the dogsled down a drafty drift devoid of downfall.
E: Elmo the Eskimo eyes evergreen earmuffs.
F: Frank feels freezing frost. F*ck…. it’s frostbite.
G: Gayle gave Gilbert gloves and galoshes for the gale.
H: Herman’s hat hides him from hail and huskies hankering for hot chocolate.
I: Iggy ice skates on igloos with icicles.
J: Jack frost just takes a jacket in January.
K: Kindly collect some kindling Ken.
L: Lake effect snow makes Larry lace up long johns and do luge.
M: Mary’s mittens and muffler melt the mess.
N: Nancy’s nose is numb from the negative north wind nor’easter.
O: Ontario owns over one million overcoats.
P: Polar bears and penguins party in parkas at the pole.
Q: Quiet queens keep warm under a quilt.
R: Reindeer’s radiators ride on the runner.
S: Sledding seals sling snowballs at the slushy snowman skiing in a scarf and slippers.
T: Tucker takes his and toboggan and turtleneck till the thermometer thaws.
U: Unicorns are unbearable when under the weather.
V: Valerie is very cold.
W: Will waits in the whistling winter wind.
Y: Yani yawns like a yodeler yeti.
Z: Zero degrees? Zip your zipper!
Hope you had perhaps a laugh or maybe even some stimulation of your ‘little grey cells’ so they don’t freeze up in this weather! Don’t forget to leave any fun sentences or words I missed in the comments…. especially if you come up with anything better for ‘X’!