But the real reason I'm publishing this list is the more creative entries: "fleshpopsicle," ... and "whiteswallow" ... Like an 11-year-old boy, we had not thought of saying these words until we heard them, but now those words taste so good in our mouths.
Use the phrase "flesh popsicle" in a sentence today.
I sat next to the San Francisco Twins at dinner tonight. They are a fixture here in SF, so I am sure they go unnoticed, but to a tourist like me it was a hoot. I didn't know if I should acknowledge them or not, but they were quite polite and gave me their "I am 8 minutes older/younger" speech unprompted. It was a most enjoyable experience.
She Wants Revenge "Tear You Apart" VS The Knack "My Sharona"
Granted, the guy just wanted to do a creepy remix of a creepy song, but when you try to remix She Wants Revenge, if you do it with anything from the late 70's/early 80's, it is overkill. She Wants Revenge is a great band that has somehow managed to appropriate and expand on several different styles from that period and create an excellent album. I did like the mix, though, being a big fan of The Knack as well.
Justin Warfield, one of the pair behind SWR, also created one of the best trip-hop albums I have ever heard, "My field trip to Planet 9." Again, he is just great at borrowing styles and making them his own.
I have found it helpful to do the stretching exercises my physical therapist recommends. Do some core strengthening exercises, such as the ones highlighted at The Mayo Clinic. By keeping your core strong, your back won't put itself in a position to cause that sciatica pain you are having.