Tweet Tales Tuesday Week 55

15 Minute Tweet TalesAfter knowing a bunch of the words last week, this week was back to mostly head scratchers. The fact that one means sausage-shaped (allantoid) and another means tongue-shaped (ligulate) seems a bit suggestive. Maybe my theory about this being an erotic book in disguise has some merit . . . or maybe I just have a dirty mind.

Here are the 15 Minute Tweet Tales for the week:
1/23 - Usually a model student, Kim failed philosophy due to distraction: the hot professor gave peripatetic lectures wearing tight jeans.
1/24 - His need to be a surgeon was ruined by allantoid fingers; but murder didn't require dexterity and still gave him power over life and death.
1/25 - The kidnappers' downfall was forcing him to make the ransom call: his wife was a prosody expert who cracked his code to their lair.
1/26 - Julie grew up as a human semicolon, her sole purpose to be the syndetic link between her parents whose divorce could destroy a nation.
1/27 - He watched "Crocodile Dundee" on a loop until he perfected his postiche accent. Too bad he misheard: she only dates guys from Austria.
1/28 - "The meat is ligulate." "Yes, it belonged to my late husband who moaned about my cooking." He laughs. She doesn't. "Looks tasty, dear."
1/29 - He knocked over his milk. She used an irenic tone to calm him. Too late, his cries attracted stares, which recognized the missing boy.
Play along and write tweet tales for the above words. If you’re willing to share, post them on twitter with the hashtag #15tt or add them below in the comments because I’d love to read them. Any thoughts about this week's tweet tales or #15tt words?