With a title like that, it could get pretty raunchy up in here (not that there’s anything wrong with that) but I’m thinking more along the lines of words that elicit a specific response.
I have a foot rest thingy under my desk and it has the name “Fellowes” printed on it. Every day, when I first pull my chair out to sit down, I look at it and sing (in my mind, because I’m at work) the song from the SNL Tracy Morgan skit. “Brian Fellows , Brian Fellows” and then picture TM saying “I’m Brian Fellows”.
Another one from work is a lot of the young men around here wear the slim cut trousers that are in fashion these days. It’s all I can do not to sing out loud “Everybody’s talking 'bout my tight pants, about my tight pants, I got my tight pants on” and do the accompanying dance (if you don’t know what I’m referring to, look up Will Farrell or Jimmy Fallon and “Tight Pants”).
One that I don’t have occasion to do anymore because I changed jobs is, whenever I’d cross over Hercules Street on my way to work I’d have to clap my hands and say “Hercules! Herculeeees!” a la Eddie Murphy in the Nutty Professor. To be fair, that particular job was making *me *quite nutty and that was about the only joy I got each day.
Finally, when anyone says “in London”- and they do so quite often here because we have a lot associates in the UK- I feel compelled to say “in London!!!” Joey Tribiani style.
So, what words bring out the goofball in you?