In the absence of anything more illuminating to share with the class (it is Wednesday, after all, the day when Satan roams through Belgium releasing children from school early and requiring them to attend far flung, pointless extra-curricular activities) I thought we could look at today's keywords in a little more detail, and perhaps pair them with the artistic or commercial medium in which they would be best expressed.
"Margaux showed off her voluminous bouquet"
This surely, must be large print romantic fiction, in the Mills & Boon mode. I wonder whether Antonia could incorporate it into her fantasy hard core Mills & Boon fiction project, along with her other treasured phrase, "his icy cold member". I challenge you, Antonia, to do so.
"Dry waffle skin"
I can't decide whether dry waffle skin would make a better pair of medium height, block heeled court shoes, or a better capacious, no-nonsense handbag. Any thoughts?
"Rabbit's milk cheese"
Here we are in an alternative wholefood restaurant run by a bunch of provenance mad food bores. Sustainably sourced rabbit's milk cheese from a Wiltshire smallholding please.
Hmm. For some reason I am fixated on this being a good name for a racehorse, but I'm open to other suggestions.
"Belgium fuck the Walloons"
I suppose this might be some form of interpretative modern dance. Or a video installation piece?
"Shiny sardine organ"
I see Shiny Sardine Organ as likely to be a progressive electro-thrash trio. Probably from Leuven, or Maastricht.
"Dog with opposable thumbs Belgium"
This sounds like a dark Belgian fairy tale to me. The people who brought you Moitié de Coq would be quite capable of transforming the happy, edifying tale of a dog who can pick stuff up into a nightmarish dystopian vision.
"Charlotte Gainsbourg clitoris forum"
Obviously this is some kind of on line, edgy celebrity genital discussion group . Or maybe I'm being too literal? I suppose they might be Shiny Sardine Organ's rivals and near neighbours from The Hague?
Ok, now your turn. What ideas do you have for the following, and of course for the title search? If you think I have it all wrong above, do let me know too.
"How to wear your flannel"
"Uncensored yellow dragon"