Think Pink Thursday #1: “A Tiny Conundrum”

Welcome to the experimental first round of Think Pink Thursday, where I give you a theme, a clue, and a Think Pink for you to figure out. First person to post the correct answer in the comments gets a feature on this blog! (Sorry, too broke to give away any cool prizes). If this becomes popular enough, we can play this weekly.

Think Pink - Tag, you're it Banner

How to Play

1. Think of a two-part rhyming phrase. Number of syllables have to be equal in each part. (Ex: cattle battle, Knickerbocker liquor locker)

2. Signify how many syllables your phrase has total:

  • 2 syllables = think pink (Ex: fat cat)
  • 4 syllables = thinky pinky (Ex: cattle battle)
  • 6 syllables = thinkity pinkity (Ex: resident president)
  • 8 syllables = thinkiditty pinkiditty (Ex: Knickerbocker liquor locker), etc.

3. Give a creative clue as to what the phrase is (Ex: cattle battle: “A violent altercation among bovine”)

4. Copy these rules and the Think Pink banner and paste them in your post – share and have fun!


This week’s theme is Mystery. Come up with a Think Pink related to Mystery and share it on your blog.

My phrase this week is a thinky pinky and the clue is in the title of this post. As always, have fun, and if you think you’ve figured it out, post it in the comments below!

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3 thoughts on “Think Pink Thursday #1: “A Tiny Conundrum”

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  2. I haven’t figured anything out, SoS, but it did inspire something: ‘Bikini Linguini Mystery’- 100words Flash Fiction news story. It’s done, but on ice, for now, until I figure out what exactly I want to do with it, but I have an idea. And I’ll definitely ping it back to Think Pink when it appears. Cheers.

    • Ha! I love the sound of that! Look forward to reading it when you post.

      The great thing about Think Pinks are how incredible simple they can be and befuddling at the same time. I have done a lot of facepalming (myself and my friends) upon bring told what the phrase was.

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