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which one is better, your opinion counts.

His hungry sister...lego my egogh

How could I improve the wordings of this?

His wife's sister...Dont gogh

His wife’s sister...Time ta go

-vincent's wife.. let me gogh

I wanted to do ne with indigo, but I don't know.

Maybe: His indian friend obsessed with blue: Indi-Gogh: Does that make sense.
How could I improve this one, that is if it doesn't make sense.

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    I thought of this one, but not quite sure if it's funny:

    Vincent’s used up model...take it and gogh

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