My friends brought over a fun word game the other night: The Game of Things. One person picks a category card that describes "Things that...," and everyone writes her/his example to fit that category on individual slips of paper. The player who chose the card collects all of the slips and reads them aloud. Then the players guess, one by one, who wrote which example/answer, pondering and usually laughing over the appropriateness of each response.
One of the players at our table picked a category card that read something like, "Things that Will Keep You from Getting to Heaven." My smart friend Tina's response will stay with me for a long time: "A lack of good direction." Literally and figuratively, one needs good direction to get to Heaven, yes! That answer won my prize for memorable words--a mention in my blog! Woo hoo!
How would YOU answer this category with a double entendre: "Things that Move"? Or how about "Things that Slow People Down"?
Can you make up your own category that might lend itself to a profound double meaning? Try it; it's fun!
P.S. My answers to the above two proposed categories: "letters being typed into words" and "worn-out soles/souls."