The girls at work got their hair cut.
One had blonde “tips” on her brunette ‘bob.’
Another had decided Spring meant pink “tips.”
Billy Joel’s “Piano Man” needed ‘tips’ from bar customers.
When an old-fashioned man “tips his hat,” he shows respect.
“Hot tips” can help someone win a bet:
Which team is going to win?
Whose horse is the best runner?
Which jockey is the most competent?
Is it best to buy stocks while they are low?
Which company’s stocks are going up?
Who will ‘throw’ the boxing match?
Where is the best food around?
Locals who know the ‘in places’
May share their ‘tips.’
When things go awry, some may say,
“It’s just the ‘tip’ of the iceberg!”
Drinking margaritas on a bar stool, don’t expect to
Stand up straight, may be a little “tipsy.”
Serving drinks, the barmaid or bartender need ‘tips.’
Serving food, the waiter or waitress deserve ‘tips,’ too.
Be careful when you are in a rowboat or canoe- –
Don’t want to see you “tip” it over and get wet!
This reminds me of the Presidential campaign:
Tip a canoe and Tyler, too.
No, “Tippecanoe and Tyler, too” in 1840,
Which was shortened to “Tip and Ty.”
(William Henry Harrison and John Tyler.)
Although vegans may be dismayed,
I enjoy my sirloin ‘tips’ medium rare.
Do you wish to give me healthy “tips?”
The poison “tip” of an arrow killed the warrior.
When the artist uses his extra-thin felt “tip” pen,
His drawing includes so many details.
Speaking of felt, do you make sure to chalk
Your billiard or pool stick’s felt “tip?”
When you get out of the shower,
Do you use a Q-tip?
My ‘dandy’ Grandfather wore cordovan
Leather wing “tip” shoes.
Have you ever experienced a chill or thrill
Running up your spine. . .
From the top of your head to the “tip” of your toes?
When someone whispers in my ear,
I feel this same exhilarating shiver.
Children in ballet class look so awkward
As they attempt to balance on the ‘tips’ of their toes.
Yard darts are called “Jarts” which
Have really sharp “tips” to stick into dirt or grass.
I like when children have suction cups on the “tips” of
their darts to stick to walls and other flat things.
Word plays are enjoyable to engage in.
Can you add some more “tips” to this volley?