Lawns. Lawns and hair show an obvious resemblance, and many of the tools used for one have equivalents used for the other. There could be an opportunity here for entrepreneurs: where is lawn dye? Mix pigment with fertilizer to drape the cities in technicolor suburban quilts and diversify golf courses (black grass shows up the ball, but hides the terrain; white grass lets you play by moonlight). And what of verbs? If we can scalp our enemies, why not lawn properties—gleefully tear up pampered, insatiable grass—"Yes, I was the one, I lawned that house—the one just up the hill, where the wildflowers are growing."
— Paul M. Rodriguez