Citizen Kane

 

It’s just a hunch, but …

Citizen Kane would probably be a more famous movie if it was called “Citizen Titty Lip Service”.

 

note: I’m sure this is a hamster character’s name in one of Tooty Nolan‘s books. … or it should be!

double note: I should read shopping centre directories more often.

triple note: I was watched outside of “Citizen” and remained mute around “Lip Service“, but I couldn’t resist “Titty & Co.“.

quadruple note:What’s in fashion this season?
                                        “Two

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Today #118

Today rolled off the tongue like some German word I can’t pronounce.

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7 responses to “Citizen Kane

  1. Is it a sign that you pronounced a German word because you unknowingly spat on someone? It is a very moist language to converse in.

  2. Just love the strange, quasi-English words the Japanese use for places! Hilarious!

  3. I haven’t seen Citizen Kane. Nor have I caned a citizen.
    I wonder if they use font to determine bra sizes.
    You could have:
    titty
    Titty
    tittY
    tiTTy
    TITTY

  4. I have this huge list of silly character names in my ‘writing box’ for any future Hamster-Britain tales. Citizen Titty Lip-Service is going to the head of it.

  5. Don’t look at titty, just glance.

  6. I expected “Titty & Co.“ to be a bra shop, or an implant surgery. But it just sells women’s clothes…

  7. Thanks for all the comments!

    guidopip: the only German word I use regularly is “Gesundheit” after someone sneezes. I don’t know what language a sneeze is, but it’s a pretty moist one as well. hee hee!

    S. Le: my favorite hobby is reading students’ shirts and telling them if they make any sense or not.

    writerdood: that’s a pretty good system! I’ll mention it after proposing they use my hands as a measurement. hee hee!

    Tooty Nolan: for some reason I thought of you when I saw this.

    omawarisan:Glancing Titty” sounds like a sequel to “Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon“. hee hee!

    Tony: I was kind of bummed out too.

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