Invent a definition for the word “flangiprop,” then use the word in a post.
Some things were too insane to be real, thought the bride. When a woman plans to get married, she doesn’t have time to think about anything but the wedding and the many details that could unravel if she isn’t careful. So when her groom walked in and said he finally picked up the rings, the last thing she expected to see were two flangiprops in front of her that she paid over $10,000 for.
“What is this?” she asked her husband to be.
“The diamond rings,” he answered matter of factly.
“Are you blind? Can’t you see they’ve slipped us a Mickey?”
“Oh good grief! These are flangiprops fool! Why am I marrying you again?”
“Are you serious? I didn’t notice!”
“Obviously, or you wouldn’t have brought them home to me as though nothing was wrong.”
The bride grabbed her coat, car keys and flew out the door before her husband had a chance to take his coat off the hanger.
“If they think they are going to get away with this, they’ve got another thing coming. Imagine, they are trying to switch out these flangiprops for our real rings. Not gonna happen. Not on my watch,” she said as she sped down the road toward the jewelry store.
Flangiprop (noun): Fake ring; this could include fake diamond, gold, silver or platinum.