Tuesday, 1 June 2010

Word To Yo Mothers


Thankfully it has stopped raining in Sydney. Who knows for how long, so I've tossed the small fry outside to work out the surplus energy. A mad exercising frenzy. Because it's probably going to bucket down any moment now and then they'll once more reform into Thing One and Thing Two. Or Chocolate Thunder.

Anyhoo, today I have a wee giveaway to share. Three punters can share the spoils - a small Theodore and Simon softie each.

Alvin & the Chipmunks 2: The Squeakquel is coming out on DVD. To celebrate Toys 'R Us are hosting an activity day at every store on June 5.
All you have to do to enter is tell me something that rhymes with chipmunk.

15 comments:

Vic said...

Ooooh that's easy - hip-Punk lmao.

Speaking of hip Punk's, she watched Alvin & The Chipmunks when it was on telly the other night & cried when they got shut out in the rain... naaaaaaw...!

Cindy said...

spunk hunk. How annoying are those voices yet the kid loves them and is hourly practicing his chip,unk voice - yippee

gretchen said...

oh thats easy shitfunk..... terribly salty sailor of me but an accurate albeit fowl description of the madness in a moment when you or something around you short circuits real bad.

Cath said...

hmmmmm chipmunk....
oh I know what about keeeer plunk... the sound of my head falling off if Busy keeps whinging today...

Allison said...

Er... lip funk?

New name for the (common) phenomenon of stumbling over (my) words = LIP FUNK.


Or "is that a cold sore, you must be run down?" - "Oh this? No, just a mild case of the Lip funk..."

Monique said...

KER-PLUNK! The sound of children stomping in puddles are days and days of rain.

Bird Bath said...

er "pre-shrunk" will that do?
I know my little girls will be looking forward to watching the squeaqual:) They enjoyed the original on the weekend.

Christina said...

Le Dunk?

I was thinking ker plunk, but Monique beat me to the gate on that one.

A certain little Cohen has just learnt how to kiss his toys, so please warn them if I am in the running.

:)

Sammy said...

Funky Junk, as in Peter Andre's timeless classic "Funky Junky"...

Ohhh Peter, return to the music world! hahaha

Cath W said...

Hunker-munk. I have no idea what it means but I think I read it on an American site.(Just googled it - Hunker Munker was a mouse. Obviously Hunker-munk is his nickname. Ahem.)

Elizabeth said...

"Flip-Flop-Funk" Dancing in your flip flops (even though i'm Australian and call them thongs!)

Angela said...

Ummm what about hip chunk, could be a new word for the muffin top!!

Me said...

slam dunk?? that is my suggestion I guess... not as funny as the others though!!

danita said...

cheap skunk!
mf'?)&%er!!!!!!!!!!

pottymouth styla!

Cath W said...

Hey there Mrs PM - did anyone win the funky 'munks?!
: )
cath@riban.co.uk