#SoCS for 11/14/20

Howdy folks. Wowser! Five and a half years of prompts. Thanks Linda!! Stream goes so many ways which is why I will resist the urge to review prior as you suggested though this could be a first for me having been a long time listener, first time caller @ 2017. If you fine folks would like to play along or read the other offerings, here are the rules and ping back.

Linda writes and I re-write: Your Friday prompt for Stream of Consciousness Saturday is “ring.” Use it as a noun, a verb, an adverb, or an adjective…use it any way you’d like. Have fun!

Lolly, Lolly, Lolly get your adverbs here. Ring as an adverb is NOT happening 🙂

Ring as an adjective. What’s an adjective? Skipping that too. Haha.

Leaves noun and verb options

Well Ring-A-Ding-Ding. Is that ole Blue Eyes or Dean Martin? Pretty sure it’s someone from the Rat Pack, not be to confused with the Brat Pack from the 1980s. St. Elmo’s Fire! Squirrel!!!

“We have a really big shew tonight” says Ed Sullivan and “Wunnerful, wunnerful! Ah one, and ah two, and ah…” Lawrence Welk. I am deeply lost in music, TV, and/or movies. And yes, the prompt ring led me here. But there is oh so much more! Sky is the limit as “they” whoever “they” are say.

If you liked it then you shoulda put ring on it ~ Beyonce

You can ring my bell ~ Anita Ward

Oooh sexy songstress as Bruno Tonioli would say. That reminds me. I have a Dancing With the Stars episode on DVR to catch up on. Going to be an excellent Saturday!! Cheers to you and yours. Ring ya later. Oh behave 😉

As always, more to come.

22 thoughts on “#SoCS for 11/14/20

  1. “Ring A Ding Ding” was Sinatra, but I think Dean Martin and Sammy Davis Jr. did it, but might not have recorded it. It was written by Jimmy Van Heusen and Sammy Cahn, who wrote a lot that Frank did, as I recall.

    I read somewhere (Wikipedia, maye) that “Ring My Bell” was originally intended as a kids’ song…

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      1. A few years ago, I was behind a car at a stop light. The car was rocking back and forth because the old hippies inside were rockin it to the radio. I’m sure we did that back in the 70s but we couldn’t see ourselves.

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