A Phrase I Imagine Wrong #2

A Phrase I Imagine Wrong #2 "he plundered her mouth". 3 panels. First panel, man in feathered hat leans in to kiss woman with gorgeous messy blonde hair. Panel 2, instead of kissing her, he sticks an arm down her throat, and she is very, very surprised. Panel 3: he pulls out a treasure chest and says "YOINK"


Feathered hats are a pre-requisite for plundering. It’s just a fact.

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8 responses to “A Phrase I Imagine Wrong #2”

  1. actualconversationswithmyhusband Avatar

    I may NEVER stop laughing at this. Please translate other bodice-ripper speak for us!

    Liked by 1 person

    1. Lucy Grove-Jones Avatar

      … I could have so much fun doing that.

      (But I don’t want to make fun of only that romance sub-set because I’m not into shaming reading choices and, really, every genre has its weird descriptive conventions and quirks. Sometimes it’s just more obvious. I’m more of a ‘laughing with and in un-ironic enjoyment of’ type than an ‘laughing at’ type.)


  2. Chelsea 549 Avatar

    😂😂😂😂 my first thought when reading my first romance novel.

    Liked by 1 person

  3. Jay Avatar

    Hahaha, what has been seen cannot be unseen!

    Liked by 1 person

  4. Arionis Avatar

    OMG! I don’t think I’ve encountered that sentence in my whole entire life until right now. Is that a phrase often used in romance novels?


    1. Lucy Grove-Jones Avatar

      It definitely shows up in romance novels, but I don’t think it’s limited to them.


  5. itsmayurremember Avatar

    Oh I can’t wait to see this in a movie someday.

    Liked by 1 person

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