There’s a carnival clown on our TVs. His surname is the word you get when you merge tush and rump. Since those words are synonymous with each other, the merged word must also be a synonym of tush and rump.
I suggest we use this new word to replace another synonym – a word that some consider vulgar even though it appears in so much of our common lexicon. It would give us a way to say these things in “polite company.”
Be careful in the winter or you might “slip and fall on your trump.”
When faced with an annoying and difficult task, you could call it, “a pain in the trump.”
One that is willing to vote for the carnival clown could be said to “have his head up his trump.”
A football coach could encourage a player to hustle by yelling, “Get the lead out of your trump.”
Before the big game, that coach could end his pre-game pep talk with, “Now go out there and kick some trump!”
Hopefully by now you’re thinking up more of these on your own, and laughing your trump off as you do so. Have a good weekend!
BONUS ADDENDUM: Some years ago, a sitting US Senator had his surname turned into a disgusting profanity. It would be easy to build a sentence containing both of these new words, but I’ll leave that up to you.