Here is my fifty eighth entry for Linda’s Stream of Consciousness Saturday. Hope y’all enjoy my take on this challenge. I hope all of you are doing well and staying safe & healthy. Here’s a link to Linda’s blog

The Friday Reminder and Prompt for #SoCS Sept. 12/2020

Your Friday prompt for Stream of Consciousness Saturday is “collar.” Use it as a verb, a noun, or metaphorically. Bonus points for using it in all three ways! Enjoy!

Movies with Collar in the Title

1.) Blue Collar (1978)

2.) White Collar (2009)

3.) La dama del collar (1948)

4.) Collar (2014)

5.) The Deadly Collar (1960)

6.) Collar (2015)

7.) A Feather in His Collar (1946)

8.) The Red Collar (2018)

9.) El collar (1972)

10.) The Golden Collars (2012)

TV Shows with Collar in the Title

1.) Collaroshow (1979) 

2.) Collar de esmeraldas (2006)

3.) Lipstick on Your Collar (1993)

4.) Collar of Duty (2017)

5.) Pink Collar Crimes (2018)

6.) White Collar (2009)

7.) The Diamond Collar (2014)

8.) Blue Collar TV (2004)

9.) Blue Collar Millionaires (2014)

10.) White Collar Blue (2002)

Songs with Collar in the Title

1.) “Lipstick on Your Collar” by Connie Francis

2.) “Blue Collar Man” by Styx

3.) “White Collar Boy” by Belle and Sebastian

4.) “Poppin’ My Collar” by Three 6 Mafia

5.) “Blue Collar Jane” by The Strypes

6.) “Blue Collar Night” by Brad Cotter

7.) “Pop Ya Collar” by Usher

8.) “She’s My Collar” by Gorillaz

9.) “White Collar Crime” by Grace Jones

10.) “Black Tux, White Collar” by A$AP Rocky

“I remember in that red leisure suit I sort of felt like a Pizza Hut employee, and the white one was the ultimate, with the white turtleneck collar, that was the ultimate in bad taste.”

~ Johnny Depp

“I’m louder and bigger with my curls. There’s power in that. Also, straight hair is kind of annoying. It gets caught in my collar.”

~ Yara Shahidi

“There’s part of me that would love to wear a ruffly collar, do a period drama, but that’s not going to happen. You don’t have Asians in those sorts of things.”

~ Adeel Akhtar

“All the open buttons of his shirt was a style and the unbuttoned collar of her top was shamelessness.”

~ Richa Sharma

“His locked, lettered, braw brass collar, Shewed him the gentleman and scholar.”

~ Robert Burns

“The key to transforming your look with a collar is ensuring that it looks as if it’s part of the dress, so there shouldn’t be any skin visible underneath.”

~ Kate Garraway